Wes Lee is known for being one of the best high-fliers in wrestling, impressing with his ability to take to the sky in the ring.
Lee has shown technical ability and an understanding of psychology in his matches, but if he were to pinpoint a weak part in his game, and something he would like to improve on, he believes his technical skills could be leveled up.
"I would like to incorporate more technical skills," said Lee on Busted Open Radio. "I am more of a high-flier, I have a bit of technical prowess, but it's not to the level of say (Dean Malenko or Eddie Guerrero), guys that can put you down and grind you. I know how to do that, but knowing the quick nuances of how to quickly incapacitate someone to really grind somebody like that. It's going to take some time to figure that out and it's going to take more time getting in there with certain opponents and figuring out their nuances. I would like to add to my technical prowess. It's hard for me to elevate my high flying because there's not too much that I can't really do. I do know what I need to work on, I'm not going to disclose every single one of those because I don't want my opponents to know my downfall, but I will say my technical prowess can be leveled up a bit and the training I'm having right now is 100% helping with that. Coach (Steve) Corino has helped me out heavily with that, and I still very much connect with coach Terry Taylor. They both keep me locked in and focused on what I want to accomplish."
Lee retained the NXT North American Championship at NXT Vengeance Day with a victory over Dijak.
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