Curtis Axel Talks About Pressure In WWE, WWE Mexico Tour Video Promo, Ricky Steamboat



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- Curtis Axel spoke to SLAM! Wrestling about the pressures of being a third generation wrestler.

“It’s not really pressure,” Axel said. “First of, every time a second or third generation wrestler comes in the WWE, there’s always some pressure because of their dad’s legacy, but it’s not more now than when I first started as Michael McGillicutty. At the time, I had to prove myself. Now, my talent has been recognized, I was able to prove myself so the name doesn’t add any pressure. I just do my things and do the best I can.”

- Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat is scheduled to appear at the National Guard booth in the Champlain Valley Fair in Essex Junction, VT this Sunday from 2PM – 4PM.

- Embedded below is a promo for WWE’s upcoming tour of Mexico in October.



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