Frankie Kazarian recently spoke with Sporting News to promote Friday’s ROH ROH Death Before Dishonor pay-per-view event at the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. Here are the highlights.
Growth Of Ring Of Honor:
“Even if I wasn’t wrestling for them, I could still admit that they had the best wrestlers having the best matches and it’s simply amazing to be a part of their team at the moment because they are hitting it out of the park. Everything seems to be falling into place for us and the guys we have working here are some of the hungriest wrestlers in the world. We want something really big to happen to Ring of Honor and you can see that is almost upon us with what’s happening at The Garden next year.”
Working With John Cena Early In Their Careers:
“People can say what they want about John as a performer, but for as long as I’ve known him, he’s always been the most hardworking man in the room. His work ethic was like nothing I’ve ever seen before and having the chance to travel all around with him and become his friend meant a lot to me at the time. He’s always wanted to be the best and it wouldn’t matter what was in his way. If he wanted something he was going to have it.”
“Man, what can I say about the X Division? That really was a group of guys at the top of their game having unbelievable matches every single time they went out there. Myself, AJ Styles, Amazing Red, Chris Daniels, Petey Williams, Alex Shane, Chris Sabin, Sonjay Dutt, Low-Ki. I’m probably missing out another load of guys, but when you’ve got that type of talent on your roster and you’re going out there to the fans full of hunger then there’s only one thing that’s going to happen. Those days were really some of the happiest of my career and it was an absolute pleasure to be out there with those guys trying to be different and making a name for ourselves.”