Source: Herald Sun
WWE NXT hits Melbourne next month and as part of promoting the show, Buddy Murphy talked to the Herald Sun. During the interview, Murphy talked about wrestling in front of his home fans, wanting to become a wrestler from a young age itself and more. Below are some highlights.
"Obviously, it's very exciting to be able to wrestle in my hometown. I haven't wrestled in front of friends and family for close to four years,"
Wanting to become a professional wrestler from a young age:
"I remember one teacher in Year 11 asked the class what everyone wanted to do when they grow up and I said, 'I want to be a professional wrestler'. The teacher laughed and said to be serious."
Murphy also talked about the importance of following dreams and more. You can read the full interview here.
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