KUSHIDA opens up about his transition to the United States.
"The Time Splitter" and former 6-time IWGP Junior Heavyweight Champion KUSHIDA has been with WWE coming up on one full month and he has worked a series of NXT live events in Florida and has been getting accustom to life in the United States. KUSHIDA opened up his thoughts and put those thoughts on Twitter and shared that he has started a one-on-one English class, went over his daily schedule and noted that he is beginning to become settled in and is ready to put his foot to the pedal at full force.
About a month has passed since I moved to Florida. Looking back on this month, I have spent a long time as if it has already been about a year. I was in a state where I didn't understand the new practice environment, food, housing, English, matches, but I feel that a little more open time has been created recently.
On weekdays, practice picked up at the Performance Center. I also started a one-on-one English class. The weekend is full of house shows. I am desperate every day to get through a day. Driving to the venue yourself, setting up the ring, wrestle, and clear the ring. Then drive back to home again. It is the life in NXT. With the series of fresh discoveries, it feels like you are becoming thicker and bigger as a person.
The prospects, wrestlers from other professional sports, Indians, Saudis, Chinese, foreigners who I have never met, and NXT top rivals who I know from a long time ago, I live in this intersection. As my life is starting to get settled, I can finally put my feet on the pedal and 100% power on my engine. Bring all of this into the ring.
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KUSHIDA's former home, New Japan Pro Wrestling is wrapping up their 'Road To Wrestling Dontaku' tour and to read the results from the latest show of that tour, head over to Fightful's "results" page.