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Tommaso Ciampa talks about wrestling Zack Sabre Jr, his goals, NXT, more

Tommaso Ciampa recently spoke with WWE.com about finishing up his indie commitments and facing Zack Sabre Jr. in his final indie match at last Sunday’s PROGRESS Wrestling event in London.

“I’ve faced Zack twice now in PROGRESS (and even once in the US). He’s one of the best technicians in wrestling today. Our styles clash in such a perfect way, it makes for some wonderful art. I realize that Zack will be prepared to go to uncharted territory performing in front of the sold-out crowd of 2,400 at the historic Brixton Academy. I can only hope that my A-game surpasses his A-game on Sunday night.”

Ciampa has been working a busy schedule as he has been working indie dates, Cruiserweight Classic and NXT TV tapings over the summer. Ciampa explained that he has tried to take a moment and enjoy the journey.

“I try as much as possible to take a moment every so often, pause, and enjoy the journey. NXT and CWC have truly changed my career, my life and my family’s life. The reaction from the fans has, quite possibly, been the most rewarding part of the journey thus far. I feel as though the fans have grown with me over the past 12 years through both triumph and disappointment. They are genuinely happy for my recent success. I can see it and I can feel it. I also feel fairly confident that years from now, both Johnny and I will look back on 2015 and 2016 and realize just how special of a time it was in both our careers.”

Now, that Ciampa has signed with WWE NXT on a full-time basis, Ciampa was asked about his goals in NXT.

“Winning the NXT Tag Team Championship alongside Johnny. That’s our number one goal. We want to be the guys every single fan goes home talking about. We want to be major contributors to the continued growth of NXT on every show, every tour and every TakeOver.”

You can read the entire interview here.






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