Down below is an excerpt from that interview:
“It’s been good. Initially, it was a lot of working out, getting your body used to the different types of workout routines. They had us doing a couple rolls, work on our footwork, our mechanics and things of that nature. We’re on the road Thursday to Saturday most weeks and when we’re not, we’re here at the Performance Center all day and on the weekends. You go in the morning and come home at 12 a.m. or 1 in the morning. It’s a long day, but it doesn’t compare to the main roster because we come home back to Orlando. It’s an adjustment that needs to happen in order to prepare you. It’s just what life’s like now for us. I’m used to it now.”
Valenzuela Jr. is a Dominican talent who studied pre-law and started wrestling in 2013. He has yet to appear on WWE TV.