Tajiri Feels That Only The Best Wrestlers Are In WWE, Talks Wanting To Be A Coach, More

"The Japanese Buzzsaw" does an interview.

Tajiri got started in the sport of professional wrestling in 1994 and still wrestles on a consistent basis to this day. The man known as "The Japanese Buzzsaw" has had runs in All Japan Pro Wrestling, WWE, Big Japan Pro Wrestling, CMLL, ECW and CZW where he was a World Heavyweight Champion. Tajiri's last run in WWE concluded on the 205 Live brand and although he is no longer with the company, Tajiri feels that only the best compete in WWE and he expressed that opinion during his interview with 'Spin.ph'.

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“Everybody is the best in the WWE,” Tajiri claims. “Only the best can join.”

The former 3-time Cruiserweight Champion clarified that he is not looking to return to WWE because he feels that he has graduated from there and is always looking to move on to the next venture.

“I have already graduated from there,” Tajiri said. “I always have to see something new.”

The 25 year veteran is open to the idea of becoming a trainer or a coach. Tajiri shared that he enjoys passing on his knowledge to younger talents and opening their minds up to the business. He also left a message for the younger generation of wrestlers as they continue to establish themselves.

“I like to teach young guys,” Tajiri said. “So if somebody wants to hire me as a coach, I’m good anywhere." He continued, "Keep your head in the game if you want to be a wrestler. Just keep wrestling. Focus.”


To check out the full write-up about Tajiri, click here. While mentioning 205 Live, 205 Live talents now have the opportunity to not only compete for their brand's title but the newly introduced WWE 24/7 Championship.

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