Eddie Edwards Remembers Wrestling Sami Zayn With A Broken Elbow

Former Impact Wrestling tag team, X-division and world champion Eddie Edwards has had a career that has spanned nearly two decades. Edwards has racked up achievements regardless of which promotion he has been a part of. During his interview with ProWrestlingPost.com, Edwards shared how his training and development has shaped him as both a competitor and a champion. He explains how he had had to overcome injuries, which earned the respect of those watching him. To read the interview in its entirety please click here.

 

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On training and development:

 

I first got started training under Killer Kowalski, and it was something you have to completely immerse yourself in. That is what you have to do. Obviously, when you first start training, everything hurts, everything you do hurts. But its something that, you know that if you stick with it that you’re going to get through it and you are going to get better. It is going to get easier. When I first started, in my mind this was all that I wanted to do... 

 

Challenges and triumphs:

 

I broke my elbow in a match against Kevin Steen, who is now Kevin Owens. Then the next night, I actually had a match with myself and Davey Richards against Kevin and Sami Zayn. Basically, I had to wrestle a match with my arm in a straight cast. I couldn’t really do much, but that was something I had to get through and survive...

 

His newfound aggression:

 

...If you think about that if you lived that moment and if you lived through that, it is going to affect you. It is going to affect you mentally. It is going to affect you emotionally, spiritually, and physically ....

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