Lee Moriarty: I Don't Believe In Having A Fixed Style

Coming off GCW The Collective, no one made a bigger impression than Lee Moriarty. 

Moriarty had standout matches against Jonathan Gresham, Daniel Makabe, and ACH over the weekend, putting a new spotlight on himself that may not have been there before. 

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Speaking to Slam Wrestling, Moriarty gave some background on himself and his unique style in the ring. 

“For anyone who hasn’t seen me wrestle I think they can expect to see a little bit of everything,” he said. “I don’t believe in having a fixed style. I just do what works and fits in the moment. That’s what TAIGASTYLE is. Having a style without a style.”

Moriarty began to break out at the end of 2019 when he kicked off a series of matches against Alex Shelley in Absolute Intense Wrestling. 

Speaking about the trilogy, Moriarty said, “We had three matches together, and our third one was a submission match. There was so much pressure on me to keep up with him in that match but I feel like I pulled it off. All of my memories wrestling him are great. I felt the gap in experience in our first match and did my best to adapt and overcome that in our third match. I think that really helped put me on a new level.”

Moriarty recently wrestled Suicide on an episode of IMPACT Xplosion. 

Lio Rush is a big fan of Moriarty, including him on his list of wrestlers he would like to square off against in the future. You can find Lio's list by clicking here.

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