AEW wrestler QT Marshall recently sat down with Daily DDT to speak about new talents Anthony Ogogo and Satnam Singh. He discussed the current health status of boxer-turned-professional wrestler Ogogo.
Prior to signing with AEW, Ogogo had a career in professional boxing. He fractured his eye socket during his time in boxing and was forced to retired due to vision complications due to the injury. Marshall said the former boxer came back from overseas.
“He was overseas getting everything taken care of, so we’ll see. I think it’s about right place, right time, and trying to figure out the right story as well. Just to throw someone out there is… my biggest thing for me, personally, after 17 years, the last thing I want to do is go in there and take random bumps for no reason.
“I try to explain that to Anthony, and everyone’s itching to get back. Right now, we have a huge roster of huge stars, so it’s just one of those things of going back to the drawing board and figuring it out. But in the meantime, he’s been training, and working out, and doing what he does. He’ll be ready when that call comes.”
The Nightmare Factory co-owner also talked about how the training for former professional basketball player Satnam Singh is going on at the factory, adding that fellow factory trainer Cody Rhodes sees to the promo aspect of the trainees at the facility.
“He (Satnam) started maybe four weeks ago, and we’re in our fourth week of our 12-week camp that we do. He kind of integrated in with some our brand-new students, and we also have some advanced guys and girls that come in.
We try to accept everybody and that’s because everyone has different goals. There are some people, like I said, that are more advanced, and we try to get him in there with some of those guys, as well as myself, and our assistant coaches. But he’s a pleasure to be around. He’s also getting paid to train, and he’s the one rooting everyone on.”
Michael Cuellari is currently signed to AEW where he performs under the ring name QT Marshall. He is also a co-owner of The Nightmare Factory alongside AEW Executive Vice President Cody Rhodes.
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