Nick Wayne Wants To Main Event The Tokyo Dome

Nick Wayne wants to be one of the best.

Nick Wayne was one of the most buzzworthy wrestlers on the independent scene before he signed with AEW, and he continues to make a name for himself now that he has joined the promotion. He is featured on AEW programming as a member of The Patriarchy alongside Christian Cage, Killswitch, and his mother.

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In an interview with KIRO 7 News, Nick Wayne was asked to name his big goal in wrestling.

“Biggest goal of all time, I want to be the best to ever do it or one of the best to ever do it. I want to make a really big scene on the Junior heavyweight scene, one day shoot up to heavyweight, and then become one of the best to do it. I want to main-event the Tokyo Dome in Japan. That’s a really big one for me. I want to win all the championships, I want to win the tournaments. I want to be as successful as possible so when one day, people look back at my career, they can look back at a historic career and look up to me and want to do the things I did, just like I’m doing with past wrestlers. I look at the things they’ve done and the achievements they’ve had. I say, I want to do what they did, I want people to look at me the same in these next coming generations," Wayne said.

Nick Wayne was then asked whether he had a favorite memory of traveling the world, and he highlighted his experience in Japan. He stated that it was a dream come true, and it was an unreal experience.

“Japan. Just getting to debut in Japan, getting to debut at Korakuen Hall, which is a very historic professional wrestling building, I’ve studied and watched so many matches that happened in that building, and then getting to perform in there multiple times was just [an] unreal experience. Especially walking in for the first time, it’s like, wow, I’ve only ever seen this on YouTube. But just getting to experience their culture and their lifestyle and their wrestlers, and I idolize so many of their wrestlers, it was a dream come true getting to go to Japan and tour for them," Wayne said.

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Nick Wayne is set to compete on the May 18 episode of AEW Collision. Fightful will have coverage of the show as it airs.

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