Christopher Daniels: Part Of The Challenge Now Is To Wrestle Like It Could Be My Last Match

Christopher Daniels now wrestles every match like it's his last because he doesn't know when it will be.

Christopher Daniels has been wrestling for 30 years. In that time, he has seen the business evolve on numerous occasions, become a staple player for TNA Wrestling, part of the infrastructure at AEW, and now is even wrestling for Ring of Honor once again under the Tony Khan regime.

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Speaking with Bill Pritchard of WrestleZone ahead of his inclusion in the AAA Lucha Libre World Cup on Saturday, March 19, "The Fallen Angel" spoke about potentially making his final appearance for AAA as part of this year's World Cup. While he doesn't think that's the case, he does say that part of the challenge of wrestling after 30 years is to treat every match like it could be your final one.

"It could be my last match on Sunday. It could be my last one, and I understand that. Part of the challenge now is to wrestle like it could be my last match," he said. "My spirit is willing; sometimes, my flesh is weak, and that's the real situation. As long as my spirit is strong, I'm going to keep doing this as long as I can. I don't think this is the last time that I'll get an opportunity to work for AAA. I have a good relationship with the company itself, and I look forward to Sunday, and [we'll] see what happens. Then, after we win, anything is possible."

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