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The Kevin Gill Show is proud to welcome NXT Women’s Champion Bayley to the show, for an in person interview!
Last week it was Enzo Amore and Big Cass from NXT, this week it’s NXT Women’s Champion BAYLEY!!
COMING SOON: FINN BALOR!!!!!!
Kevin Gill Show Episode 78
Bayley from NXT
NXT Women’s Champion sits down with KG in person at the Aftershock Festival in Sacramento for an interview where she talks about being inspired by Lita and Macho Man, indie roots at Big Time Wrestling, William Regal, Positive Mental Attitude, Drake Younger, what makes NXT special, who to keep an eye on at NXT and much more! Plus flashbacks from Ron Funches from NBC’s Undateable talking NXT and Lars Frederiksen from Rancid and Old Firm Casuals talking wrestling memories!
Inspiration: “I always say Macho Man because he was the first person that I saw in wrestling that really hooked me. The way he moved, the way he looked, the way he dressed. Everything about him. And as I started watching Lita was a big inspiration to me. She kind of showed me I could just stay who I am to be who I want to be.”
The best advice Bayley got from Mr William Regal – “He’s helped me a lot on facial expressions, promos, and stuff like that. He’s very detailed with the way somebody moves even in the ring or just little details you never really think of. Just for me it was facials and promos because that was my hardest task to overcome.”
On keeping a Positive Mental Attitude – “It’s kind of hard to not be in a good mood because NXT keeps growing and growing… I’m in these great matches and have the opportunity to main event shows. I see new people come in and learning and that really makes me happy too. Meeting new people and trying to help people. It’s kind of like an all-around family, positive thing.”
What makes NXT special – “In NXT everyone wants to get to the main roster, but everybody is working together for that goal… We spend every single day together so we’re really like a family getting to live our dreams together.”
From 13 fans to 14,000 – “When I first got here I was in FCW and we were doing shows in front of 13 people…. We just had a show in Brooklyn in front of over 13,000 people. To be a part of the growth and to see every little step and see how many people have gotten up to the main roster and much potential is still here. The future is going to be crazy.”
“Never Give Up On Yourself” -Bayley
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The Kevin Gill Show is 100% independent, self produced and funded weekly interview/conversation series with icons of wrestling and music. Past guests on The Kevin Gill Show have included pro wrestling superstars Mick Foley, Sean Waltman, Scott Hall, Rikishi, Kevin Owens, Matt Hardy, Jerry Lawler, Ron Funches, Scott D’Amore, Colt Cabana, Shane Helms, Chris Hero, Matt Striker, Daniels and Kazarian, Doc Gallows, Greg Valentine, Brian Kendrick, Rocky Romero, Rhino, Vampiro, Hacksaw Jim Duggan, and Zach Gowen; and musicians including Violent J (ICP), Lars Frederiksen (Rancid), Andrew WK, Sonny Sandoval (POD), Agnostic Front, Craig Ahead (Sick Of It All), John Joseph (Cro-Mags), Toby Morse (H20) and multiple Juno Award (Canadian Grammy) winning musician Madchild. All interviews are recorded in person.
About Kevin Gill:
Kevin Gill’s performances alongside diverse commentary partners including Mick Foley, Matt Striker, MVP, Shaggy 2 Dope, Lars Frederiksen, and Violent J has gotten him a lot of attention in the wrestling world, and beyond. as he has has lent his voice to games like Saints Row and Backyard Wrestling, and has appeared as a cast member on FUSE TV’s Insane Clown Posse Theater, on the 2015 King Of Indies tournament broadcast, as well as in several films and albums.
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