William Regal’s contributions to the pro wrestling world can never be understated. Lord Regal is considered a genius in the business and it is not hard to see why. William Regal also advised Wheeler Yuta to ‘believe more’ in what he’s saying. 

On the “Dynamite” anniversary episode on October 5, Wheeler Yuta made losing effort against MJF in his return to the ring. This defeat followed two weeks of back-and-forth promos between the two, which at first drew criticism after their first verbal altercation on the September 21 episode of “AEW Dynamite.”

After being “thrown in the deep end” against MJF on the microphone, as Yuta put it on “Busted Open,” he shared the counsel he got from a significant AEW person backstage after the promo. William Regal advised Yuta to just kind of believe more in what he is saying.

I think the one that really stuck out to me was one from [William] Regal, where he said you have to just kind of believe more in what you’re saying. Like the first week in New York … he said I hung with him, I delivered my lines, and I tried to do the best that I could, but it wasn’t fully me.


My game is, I want you to come out and fight me, so I’m gonna play my game. I’m gonna try to get you to come out here and fight me. Really just having that conviction, and believing in what I was saying, and bringing it from my point of view, I think was very helpful from Regal.

Incorporating the battling mentality he’s shown off with his Blackpool Combat Club stablemates in his upcoming promo, as advised by Regal, was the key for Yuta. On the “Dynamite” on September 28, Yuta attempted to play things his own way rather than partake in what he called “MJF’s game.” Stay tuned to Ringside News for the latest stories and updates.

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