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Jonah Names His Dream Opponents

Posted By: Joe West on Jan 17, 2022

Jonah Names His Dream Opponents

Jonah spoke with Jon Alba for an interview, where he spoke about some of his dream opponents in wrestling.

"Yeah, I think everyone at the moment would want to wrestle Okada, you know, he's their top guy. Performance, after performance, after performance, he's always that standard. When you think of New Japan Pro-Wrestling, there's a bit of a standard of wrestling that you want to see. I don't think Okada has ever dropped the ball when I've watched him so he's definitely someone I want to get in the ring with. The other one is Ishii. I know a lot of fans want that match. That's a bit of a dream match for fans out there to see me vs. Ishii because of just the matchup itself and how hard hitting would be, so he's on the list. Probably third would be Will Ospreay. We've been around each other a lot of times and backstage a lot of times, but we never actually wrestled each other. So that's what I'm looking forward to doing."

"I think he [Okada] is just like you said is a Mount Rushmore type wrestler of this generation. I think he's one of the top wrestlers of this generation. Whether you talk about WWE, New Japan, IMPACT, AEW, Okada is always going to be on the top of that list. That's whether it's Japanese or not, I think he's just that polarizing as a wrestler, and he has timeless matches. His matches, much like, if you go back and watch Nick Bockwinkel or the classic matches of Harley Race or a Steamboat, or someone like that,t I feel like Okada [is someone who] in 20-30 years time, you'd be able to go back and watch."

"I feel like, at the moment, Will is in that spot. He's such a fantastic wrestler, obviously, five-star matches and all those things. As you said, he's more of a flashy performer. He's at that is at the spot now where he's really set his groove into being a heavyweight, maybe he's moved a little bit away from being that Junior Heavyweight, and he's doing something a little bit different. I think he needs someone even bigger, to be able to push them to that next level. I think there's no one big enough in New Japan that can beat him up like I can."

Source: fightful.com
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