Alec Price is ready for a big WrestleMania weekend.
WrestleMania weekend has become the destination for independent wrestlers with promotions running events all weekend as wrestling fans converge on one city for WWE's biggest event of the year. Streaming services like FITE TV and IWTV will stream events throughout the weekend featuring a variety of promotions and wrestlers.
Alec Price has shown that he's willing to keep a busy schedule, already flying across the country in 24 hours to wrestle two different matches in 2023.
Speaking to Fightful's Jeremy Lambert and Stephen Jensen on The Spotlight, Price said he wants to stay busy during WrestleMania weekend.
"I'm down to work as many matches as I possibly can at The Collective. I'm going to be there all three days, so why not. The thing with dream matches is, I have dream matches, but I have so many favorite wrestlers where it's like, I want to wrestle everybody. As long as I get the chance to get my feet wet with everybody and learn the flavors of ice cream and get better as a performer, that's all I really want. I've faced Alex Shelley, that was my dream match. I've faced Eddie Edwards. I've faced Mike Bailey. That one wasn't even a dream match until I realized who Mike Bailey was and realized, 'This dude is the man.' I've faced Jordo [Jordan Oliver], I've faced (Calvin) Tankman. Me and Akira squared off. I've faced Chris Bey. Who else can I face? Bring the world. I'm down. I want everybody. I want every show. I'm calling every show early. Book me so I can face the world. Book me against your champion so I can take your title. It'll be lit, we'll do a partnership. Give me everybody, I want everybody," he said.
GCW The Collective will take place from March 30 to April 2 at the Ukrainian Cultural Center in Los Angeles, California.
Elsewhere during the interview, Price discussed his busy schedule and wanting to be signed. You can find his full comments by clicking here.
Check out the full interview with Alec in the video above.