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Homicide Discusses X Division Evolution, LAX Formation, WWE/Impact Relationship, Abyss' Impact HOF Induction

Posted By: Caylon Knox on Oct 04, 2018

Homicide Discusses X Division Evolution, LAX Formation, WWE/Impact Relationship, Abyss' Impact HOF Induction

Impact Wrestling star "The Notorious 187" Homicide was recently a guest on The Serious Lowdown podcast.

On the evolution of the X Division:

“I think it’s more aggressive to be honest with you. We have a very hungry division of wrestlers and the future is bright I’d say.”

On the formation of the Latin American Xchange:

“I was in Brooklyn, New York and Konnan gave me a call and told me, “Hey man I’m doing something new called the LAX for this company called TNA Wrestling.” I’ll always remember December 29, 2005, when they flew me all the way to Orlando, Florida. Basically I was talking to Konnan and he gave me all the details and was telling me the way it was gonna be. I was this thug guy and Konnan was a legend from WCW. It was about giving latinos the respect they deserve in pro wrestling. So, what we did is we knocked and hit on the door [until we] earned our respect and let the world know it was our time.”

On the reported meeting between Impact and WWE:

“The big time is going to come and I was telling my crew ‘We need the magic feeling’ Even though I am a professional worker, I am still that fan and I love magic. It’s like.. You never know what’s gonna happen until it happens. It’s something that’s gonna come and you’re going to enjoy it.”

On Abyss going into the Impact Wrestling Hall of Fame:

“I’m so proud of that dude. He deserves it. I met that man in Puerto Rico and it was crazy because there was a riot and it was the first time we met. After (that) we went to TNA and he was one of the hardest workers. Not only in pro wrestling, but for the company. He is a very loyal person.”

Source: The Serious Lowdown Podcast
Tags: #impact wrestling #impact on pop #homicide #the notorious 187

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