We had a chat with Italian wrestler Massimo Italiano who is taking ICW by storm, find him on Twitter at @Max_italiano9 and on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/MassimoItalianoWrestling/
What first got you into wrestling?
I always loved pro wrestling since I was a kid, in Italy I played football for many years at a good level but when I stopped playing football I decided to start to train in wrestling because I’m a big lover of sports and pro wrestling is my biggest passion.
Who was your favourite wrestler when you were a kid?
Who has been the biggest influence on your career?
What has been the biggest achievement of your career so far?
Until now I did many things, but I think that wrestling in Japan probably is the biggest step that I did. But at the same time the fact that I’m starting to work for the Insane Championship Wrestling is another amazing achievement.
Who has been your favourite opponent to work with?
How big is wrestling in your home country Italy?
What do you think of the current state of the British wrestling scene?
I think that British wrestling is amazing and will always get better, I’m of the idea that promotions like ICW are helping a lot the pro wrestling business. I have friends in Canada and they are always asking me about ICW, telling me how good and how lucky I’m to be part of ICW.
Apart from yourself,who do you see as a next big thing in ICW?
There are a lot of great talents in ICW. Like I said before I don’t want to disrespect no one so I will not say a name. But I’m sure that there are a dozen of very talented individuals that have an amazing future in front of them.
Where do you see yourself in 12 months time?
I don’t read the future so I can’t tell you exactly, but hopefully in ICW and I’ll be a bigger name than I am now or back wrestling in Japan… In Italian we say: “vivrai vedrà” which means “you will live will see”.
SOMEONE STOP THE DAMN MATCH!!
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