Pro Wrestling 4 Life is one of the most prominent wrestling events of today. The two-time WWE Hall of Famer Sean “X-Pac” Waltman sat down with Josiah Williams and revealed his thoughts. Williams has talked about his behind-the-scenes work in NXT and even for the collaborations, he has done for the brand. During his interview, he discussed his first interaction with Triple H. All his fans have loved what he has to say about his work and thoughts on WWE. He has become one of the top wrestlers in the world thanks to his talent. Here is all you need to know about Josiah Williams.
What does Josiah have to say about his release on WWE?
Josiah poured his heart out to his fans and this is what he has to say:
“My first interaction with him was two or three months before I got hired, and they said, ‘Hey, introduce yourself and he’s like, ‘No, I know who he is. I’ve seen his videos,’” Williams recalled. “And I was like, ‘What!’ So I always remembered that and I’m like, okay, if he remembers what I do, I want him to see my best and I want to be able to give my best. We had a few opportunities to collaborate. “The last one was ‘Takeover: Vengeance Day’. I did just another thing promoting the event and either Road Dogg or somebody saw it and was like, ‘Well, why isn’t this cold open for the show?’
“But I’m like, nope, I’m gonna make this work. So there were some really cool opportunities, and I think that the world of music in NXT is going to continue to expand, especially with people like Alicia Taylor around, Rick Boogs Beth Phoenix, there are so many people who have musical interests and have experience in music that NXT is just gonna go crazy.”
“Obviously, not nearly as bummed out like you.” “As soon as the guy told me, ‘Hey, your position has been terminated,’ now I have to figure out what’s next, no pun intended or pun intended, whatever. “And I realized also, I have to get my work out in front of a bunch of people, one. I have to be able to explain what I did, two, because I think there’s this idea of, okay, that’s the guy in NXT.
What are Josiah’s thoughts on the Final NXT collaborations?
Josiah Williams has been open about his view on Final NXT collaborations: Here is what he says:
“That’s Wrestle & Flow, whatever, but we don’t exactly know what he did because so much of what I did was behind the scenes. Okay, so let me tell you that I produced, filmed, directed, and cut a TV show. Let me tell you everything that I did, but also, I want to be able to show that I’m staying positive, that I’m ready for whatever is next and if I don’t get a call back from this place, I’m looking at all these other places. I’m ready, absolutely, 100% ready.” “And if you don’t get a callback, it’s not because you haven’t done everything that a person should be doing,” Waltman added. “That was kind of a big part of it, too’’.