AEW star Ryan Nemeth was interviewed on “Into The Dager Zone with Chris Denker” to talk about pro wrestling, Brodie Lee, his brother Dolph Ziggler and more.
Nemeth was asked to talk about his experience in AEW:
“I will say it’s not a perfect company. They’re new, they’re growing, but it is the happiest, most creatively fulfilled and encouraged that I’ve ever felt in the context of pro wrestling ever, bar none in any case ever. It’s an amazing company, an amazing leadership, peers, the fan base, and Tony Khan rules. He’s awesome. Cody is a great leader for people there. The Young Bucks are so amazing in-ring and behind the scenes. They are very much in support of things that matter. Kenny is a great mentor for wrestlers. The leadership there is huge. It’s awesome. We have Amanda Huber on board now running the charity department.”
Ryan went on to say, “For a company to allow me, in writing, to say, ‘Yes, we encourage you to do acting and filmmaking projects and you will not be punished for it’, I thought, wow, this is amazing.”
Ryan was asked was his end game is:
“Because AEW is so new, it’s hard for me right now to say right now what the end game is there because I’m still kind of figuring out what the company itself is, so it’s hard for me to say what an end game with AEW is, but I would like my role as a trusted talent and behind the scenes person to increase more and more whatever that means. I don’t know what the end game of that is, but that’s what I want with AEW. Outside of AEW, my end game is to continue acting and filmmaking. I guess the same thing for both, just to have them to go, ‘More, more, more.’”
Ryan is working with the Jon Huber Legacy Foundation:
“I cared a lot about the Jon Huber Legacy Foundation, so I wanted to start raising money for that. I started selling prints of a portrait I did of him. I like doing things like that. That’s giving me no profit. I’m giving the money to the Legacy Foundation.”