ECCW Champion Artemis Spencer Talks Competing in BOLA & Whether He'd Sign To A Major Promotion

ECCW Champion Artemis Spencer recently appeared on Conversations With Love. 

During the interview, he discussed his recent appearance in PWG's Battle of Los Angeles tournament and competing for Defy Wrestling. Spencer also discussed whether or not he would like to sign with a major wrestling company.

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The following highlights were passed along to Fightful by Spencer Love.

Wrestling for Pro Wrestling Guerilla and DEFY Wrestling:

“(BOLA) was so crazy. Like I said earlier, I never had any desire to be an indie wrestler out of
like Vancouver, right? I was just happy to be an indie wrestler and I’ve just been like seeing
PWG over the years. I’m like, that’d be so much fun to do that, but I’m never going to have a
chance. I know because I’m stuck in Northwest Canada. Nobody’s ever going to notice me.”
“The biggest thing for me is DEFY Wrestling. When that opened up – when that opened up, I
was actually injured. I was on the shelf. But when I was finally good enough to wrestle again
and they let me on their show, man, that was a big change, you know. At that point, I was
wrestling for 16 years and all of a sudden I’m wrestling all these big names, you know, and all
of a sudden, my name’s getting out there and I’m on all these streaming sites and I’m starting
to get noticed and I’m working all these people that I’ve looked up to and I’ve like studied and
watch, and then we’d finish the match and they’re like, ‘Wow, you’re really good.’ And I’m like,
Oh my God, I’m so happy! I never thought this would happen! And it’s been snowballing the
last couple of years. It’s been snowballing. I feel like I’ve been getting my name out there and
recently (with) PWG I was in the Battle of Los Angeles wrestling in front of that crowd. It was

If he would sign with a major company:

“Honestly, I’m getting a little bit older and I’d definitely have to look at the contract. I wouldn’t
just jump on anything. But honestly, if say WWE came with me with a contract, I’d probably say
no. I’d probably have a closer chance to say yes if they asked me to do a trainer contract. I
love teaching. I love teaching wrestling, you know, and I get as much of a thrill out of teaching
wrestling as I do just wrestling in front of people.”

You can hear the whole interview at this link.

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