Matt Cardona explains why he isn't fond of Canada and lays the gauntlet down, challenging a Canadian wrestling hero.
Matt Cardona is proud of the fact that he has gotten to wrestle all over the world, but one country he does not enjoy is Canada. In a new interview with Spencer Love of Love Wrestling, Matt Cardona explains why he isn't fond of the great white north.
"I do! I hate Canada. I hate traveling to Canada. I hate wrestling in Canada. It's a pain in the ass. The airports suck. There's no good food. I don't like going, so whoever I'm wrestling at that GCW show, I'm going to kick their ass and I'm going to take out all my anger and frustration about being in Canada. I'm going to take it out on them!"
When asked who he would like to face at the GCW event on March 19 in Canada, Matt Cardona singled out PCO.
“Not really. I mean, the thing about GCW is whoever they throw in front of me, I make the most of it. An interesting match, I think, would be Matt Cardona versus a Canadian, PCO. Maybe in a GCW ring. I have to beat him, of course, because, you know, I don't lose. But yeah, it doesn't really matter who I'm wrestling. I always try to have the best match on the card. Listen, we're not talking star rating; work rate matches. I want people to feel the match. I want them to be invested. When I'm coming through that curtain, there's no denying that people are gonna be invested in the match. I mean, they hate me. I don't know why, I'm a babyface!”
Elsewhere in this interview, Cardona spoke about his hit song back in his days as Zack Ryder, "Hoeski." Fans can read more here.
Speaking of Zack Ryder, Matt Cardona recently trademarked his old ring name. Learn more about that here.