Barry Horowitz Wants To Work As A Coach For AEW

Former WWE Superstar, “Mr. Technical” Barry Horowitz was a recent guest of The Two Man Power Trip of Wrestling Podcast. In the following excerpt from the interview, Horowitz discusses how he’d like to lend his skilled hands and experience in the wrestling business to either AEW or to the WWE Performance Center. He also discusses and names many of the all-time great superstars he was wrestled over the years and why he was such a reliable craftsman in the ring. The full episode can be downloaded at this link.

What does Barry Horowitz bring to the table as a trainer or coach for AEW or WWE:

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"I think what Barry Horowitz brings to the table is over a 20 year career and resume. I've basically wrestled all over the world, I've wrestled almost everybody in the wrestling business and I mean top notch. I was taught by the best in my opinion in Professor Boris Malenko and I would like to instill that with other young athletes the way I was taught. I like the way I was taught and I think it still prevails today and I would love to spread the wealth and physicality of my know-how."

"You see it a lot on TV and the case in point is when you are watching professional football and you'll see a new offensive coordinator or defensive coordinator or even a head coach but let’s stick with the coordinators right now and you say, where did this guy come from? Or you do know him and he was a head coach or he was just brought up from a special teams coach to offensive coordinator and you've got to have new blood and you've got to try these people out. Sometimes they do alright and sometimes they don't. In my case, I think I bring a lot to the table as far as basic technical wrestling, storytelling and all the fundamentals of being a true professional wrestler."

Connection to the Rhodes family:

“What is odd about this whole conversation is I know everybody but Cody. I've wrestled Goldust numerous times and I've wrestled Dusty numerous times but I've never met Cody before. I've watched him on the television when he first started in the WWE and he is an impressive technical wrestler."

For this and every other episode of The Two Man Power Trip of Wrestling and The Triple Threat Podcast featuring "The Franchise" Shane Douglas please subscribe to them on iTunes, Spotify, iHeartRadio, Podomatic, and Player FM. Also follow them on Twitter @TwoManPowerTrip. Thanks to Chad and John for the transcript

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