Nick Wayne: It's A Huge Honor To Be A Part Of One Of Sting's Last Matches

Nick Wayne comments on his pay-per-view debut for AEW.

At Full Gear, Nick Wayne will make his pay-per-view debut for All Elite Wrestling, just months after making his official debut for the company. Wayne is set to team with Christian Cage and Luchasaurus in a six man tag team bout against Darby Allin, Sting, & Adam Copeland.

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While speaking to ROAR Around The Ring for a recent interview, Wayne said that he is training as hard as possible for the pay-per-view

”This is actually my first pay-per-view that I’ve done for AEW. I was a part of WrestleDream, but I was on the zero hour, I wrestled Luchasaurus. This is my first main card pay-per-view event, but the preparation has been crazy, mentally and physically. I’m training as hard as possible, I mean I’ve been training as hard as possible, but now you’re thinking that everything is leading to this pay-per-view. Being in this type of match teaming with Christian Cage and facing Adam Copeland and Sting and being a part of one of Sting’s last matches as his retirement is coming up in February, it’s a huge honor to be a part of this match. It feels crazy knowing that I’m a part of this match at eighteen years old, I’m very grateful to have this opportunity.”

Fans can see the current lineup for the Full Gear pay-per-view by clicking here. Fightful will have full coverage of the show as it airs.

Elsewhere in the interview, Wayne said that he'd be happy to win back the TNT Championship for Christian Cage if he were to lose it. Fans can learn more here.

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