GFW Star Low Ki recently had an interview with Tom Feaheny where he talked about his time in WWE, returning to GFW and more. Below are some of the highlights from his interview:
Talking about the environment backstage at GFW, the former X Division Champion said that it’s very similar to the early days of TNA:
“The atmosphere right now at Global is very similar to how it was at the start of TNA, Jeff is leading the way, it is now seen as a place that gives opportunities to younger professionals who want to make a name for themselves”
On wearing a suit while Wrestling, the GFW Star said that he did it for the first time in Japan and talked about how it limits his in ring capability:
“I actually did it first time round as a silent protest in Japan, at New Japan, I didn’t realise it would get the attention that it did, you have to realise where your limitations lie because the stitching can limit you, my return in April was an unaltered suit so I had to figure out fast what I was capable of doing and what I wasn’t.”
Speaking about his WWE run, Low Ki revealed that Vince McMahon saw his performance live and it got him hired on the spot:
“It was never my goal to go there in the first place, they approached me at my height of my career in Japan. I was hired virtually on the spot due to Vince McMahon seeing me live, they brought me in and then treated like someone who was just there, it was an opportunity I took but it was what it was, I have seen things have changed but it’s still operated by the same person.”
Low Ki started working for WWE back in 2008 under the ring name Kaval. Though he didn’t achieve much during his time with the company and he was released 2 years later in 2010.