MLW’s Alex Hammerstone talks about how frustrating the pandemic has been
“think the beginning stages of things were the most frustrating, back in March because back in March, we thought we were going to be back in business by April. Then April, we thought June at the latest. They just kept going and going and going. I don’t think anybody foresaw how things were going to pan out, but after a while, I kind of, just to say this out there, almost got used to not wrestling. It was frustrating for us, but I understand the way everything was going, and MLW, they wanted a situation where they could provide good content, but also, they want to do to it the safest way for the staff, the wrestler [and] for everyone involved. So I respect that, but it is a good time for me because a couple weeks ago, we were able to open our wrestling school back up in Arizona. So I’ve been getting my reps in, and then some of the indie promotions have started to run, so I’ve got to have a couple of live matches back and get to the swing of things. So it’s not like I’m going to be a fish out of water. I’m going to be ready to hit the ground running.”
source: Wrestling Inc.