It seems the world hasn’t seen the last of Action Bronson in a wrestling ring. He recently revealed that he is preparing for his next work in wrestling.
Here’s everything you need to know.
Action Bronson revealed plans for wrestling.
TMZ recently caught up with Action Bronson interviewed by the paparazzi at the Los Angeles airport.
During the conversation, Bronson admitted that he was waiting for his next shot in the wrestling ring.
He said, ‘I’m ready to go. I am always ready.’
Moreover, one dad asked him if he would add wrestling to his growing list of career resumes.
Bronson, on the other hand, said he loved the sport, but time was running out.
He said, ‘I am an old man. I am an old man But I still have good athleticism. If I play my cards correctly, my athletic ability will increase by 7 more years. I tell you.’
Also, Sub-Zero MC pointed out that he does not currently have a specific opponent in mind.
But he said, ‘I see the storylines rich. I think I have a story for the next 10 years.’
Fans have also recently noticed that Bronson has lost a significant amount of weight from boxing and weightlifting sessions.
In case you’re not savvy, Bronson made his debut in wrestling following amazing matches against Matt Menard and Angelo Parker. He also teamed up with Hook to knock out their opponent in Grand Slam’s All-Elite Wrestling this year.
Action Bronson explains how his AEW match was structured.
Action Bronson spoke about his recent AEW fight with Ariel Helwani in an interview with The MMA Hour.
‘They had an idea for me to take him to the ring,’ he said in an interview. Then I started training a bit and they saw my athleticism and performance.’
If you didn’t know, Bronson and his partner Hook took down Matt ‘Daddy Magic’ Menard and Angelo ‘Cool Hand’ Parker at the AEW Zero Hour.
Aside from that, Bronson displayed incredible agility during the match with a vicious shoulder-slamming technique.
In the meantime, he captured Menard with the taskmaster while Hook tended to Parker.
Meanwhile, someone asked Bronson if he would do any more wrestling matches.
He said, ‘I’m not on the roster, but I’m a hired gun. They are contracting for hire.’