Sami Callihan continues to keep his name in headlines.
The controversial Sami Callihan has been in many of headlines in 2018 alone. Callihan recently had some "heated" words which were directed at IMPACT Wrestling management, Ring Of Honor, and former 9-time WWE Intercontinental Champion Chris Jericho. Callihan's remarks towards Jericho even earned him a personal invite onto Chris Jericho's cruise so the two can meet face-to-face about Callihan's gripe with Y2J.
Sami Callihan was also a recent guest on Busted Open Radio with Dave LaGreca & Bully Ray and according to SportsKeeda who interviewed Callihan after his appearance on Busted Open, he had a heated exchange with Bully Ray and shared that the exchange derived from him not answering questions the way Bully Ray may have wanted them to be answered.
"They wanted to bring me on their radio show and start asking me some questions, and they didn't like the answers." He said. "They invite me to speak my mind, I speak my mind and get in trouble for it? Hey man, I don't do business like that."
This Friday Sami Callihan will be challenging Penta el Zero M for the 'PCW Ultra' Heavyweight Championship and Callihan went on to praise the PCW promotion; stating that it is slowly becoming one of the biggest independent wrestling promotions in the game.
"PCW Ultra is one of the best independent promotions on the planet right now. I'm one of the big reasons that it is. I'm one of the people that put the place on a different echelon. PCW's slowly started to become one of the top independent promotions in all of America." He said.
The death-match veteran is also in the midst of two feud's in IMPACT Wrestling with both Eddie Edwards and Pentagon Jr. Callihan stated that he has two goals for himself while in IMPACT and that is to become World Champion and to make the company a realistic second option to WWE.
"Becoming the top wrestler on the planet, winning the Impact World Championship, making the company a truly viable second option to the WWE." He expressed.
To check out the full interview with the former CZW 'Ultraviolent Underground' Champion, click here.