Thu. Jun 13th, 2024

Colby Corino recently made an appearance on “The Two Man Power Trip of Wrestling” podcast to discuss a wide range of topics, including winning the NWA Jr. Heavyweight Championship.

You can check out some highlights from the podcast below:

On winning the NWA Jr. Heavyweight Championship: “It was a moment of validation. It felt like for me, like I’ve always felt like that. I never felt good enough or that, like, I just, I wasn’t a good wrestler or I wasn’t good enough to make it in the professional wrestling world, but winning that championship at NWA 75 is like such a major event, the 75th anniversary of the National Wrestling Alliance and being able to be one of these pioneers that are ushering in the new era, that means a lot to me and I intend, like, if the junior heavyweight belt I have challenged for, it feels like 10 times unsuccessfully. The first time I wrestled for the belt was when I was 14 years old against Craig Classic. And ever since then, like, it’s kind of been in the back of my mind, like that major championship that’s been held by all these legends like Shinjiro Otani, Jushin Thunder Liger and Jimmy Rave and all these names. And it’s just. It feels like that moment of, I did it and I earned this and I know that I earned this and this wasn’t a fluke, this is hard work paying off.”

On wrestling Joe Alonzo at NWA Samhain: “ I don’t really care what people say about me, but, when you start talking about someone’s family, I feel, especially when my family’s not involved in pro wrestling, outside of my dad and my aunt, I really don’t think that they need to be brought up and made fun of, especially by someone who looks like he doesn’t even know someone named Jim. But if you have to resort to taking a low hanging fruit and calling out people’s family members that aren’t even in wrestling, I think it’s because you can’t cut it in the ring and you can’t make people excited for your matches by being a good wrestler. If the shoe fits, the shoe fits, you know? I don’t think there was ever a doubt in my mind that I was going to win, but I saw what Homicide did to him at NWA 75 and if he thought that was bad, it’s going to be, it’s going to be a new beginning. Homicide, he’s a tough dude, but let’s be honest, he’s a little past his prime, but I’m at the top of my game right now and I ain’t the champion for no reason. Everyone likes to talk about how hard I hit and how aggressive I am. It’s going to be on the next level with this dude.”

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