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EC3 Desires To Defend NWA Title At Delicate Floor Wrestling Uganda

EC3 desires to get within the (mud) pit.

The NWA World’s Heavyweight Champion just lately spoke to Wrestlezone Managing Editor Invoice Pritchard about his current travels. EC3 just lately accomplished profitable title defenses in France and Italy, and he’s defended the “Ten Kilos Of Gold” in Australia and Japan too.

When requested if there was one other continent or nation he was itching to get to, EC3 named Uganda as a precedence. Uganda’s Delicate Floor Wrestling has caught the wrestling world’s consideration for his or her dedication to the craft, and the promotion has acquired assist from massive names within the professional wrestling world comparable to Will Ospreay, Jordynne Grace and Cody Rhodes.

Now, EC3 says he would additionally prefer to compete in SGW, with a particular stipulation.

“I actually wish to get into these mud pits. Wrestling with the no ropes. I imagine Cody purchased them a hoop although,” EC3 defined. “I wish to get there earlier than the ring exhibits up. I’m 100% placing that into the ambiance and manifesting that I do wish to try this. However I imply, wherever, within the… this dimension of Earth. I’ll defend it in Africa.”

EC3’s message to SGW

EC3 despatched a message to Delicate Floor Wrestling requesting an opportunity to wrestle within the mud pits. He additionally promised that he could be carrying his pay-per-view gear.

“Earlier than your ring arrives, the NWA World’s Heavyweight Champion desires to come back defend the NWA World’s Heavyweight Championship within the Delicate Floor Area, or mud,” EC3 defined. “Regardless, I wish to be there. And I’ll put on my pay-per-view gear.”

EC3 additionally mentioned he’d love to go to Mexico and defend his title, in addition to just a few different locations in South America like Brazil and Argentina.

Watch our full interview with EC3 beneath:

Would you prefer to see EC3 compete at SGW?

John Anderson
John Anderson
John Anderson is a seasoned sports journalist with over 15 years of experience covering the NFL, NBA, and MLB. A graduate of Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism, John has worked with ESPN, Sports Illustrated, and The New York Times. His insightful analysis and in-depth reporting have earned him multiple awards in sports journalism.


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