Wardlow has no problem with being a sex symbol.
Women have fawned over Wardlow, asking "Wardaddy" to pin them whenever he's around. Wardlow has previously said that he have women tied up in his bedroom, not his basement, and he has no issue embracing his sexual side and being labeled as a sex symbol.
"What more can a man ask for?" he said to Fightful's Joel Pearl. "Realistically, that was one of my goals, to get the female viewership. I am very welcoming to the idea of being a sex symbol, not only in wrestling, but in the entertainment business. I've been told I look a certain way. I am a sexual being. I'm human. I embrace it all. Call me Wardaddy all you want."
Wardlow is a sharp-dressed man and has said that his character is a mix of Ric Flair, James Bond, and John Wick.
Though he's the AEW TNT Champion, Wardlow continues to dress to impress and implores other wrestlers to do the same.
"I'll say this, especially for the guys trying to break out in the business, even if you can't afford the nicest clothes, that's fine, but when you show up to a show, especially if you're doing extra work, at least tuck your shirt in, try to pick out something relatively...whatever you consider to be dressy. Everyone has different levels of what they consider that to be. Just out of respect for the business, I love when I see young kids coming to do extra work and they have, even if they don't have a full-blown three-piece suit, at least have some slacks or some khakis and a polo or a shirt tucked in. Just try," he said.
Elsewhere during the interview, Wardlow discussed taking lashes from MJF ahead of their AEW Double or Nothing match. You can find how he felt about it by clicking here.
Check out the full interview with Wardlow in the video above.