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AEW star reveals he had role in cancelled Netflix series GLOW

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AEW star Ryan Nemeth recently revealed that he had a role on the now-cancelled Netflix series GLOW. The programme was based on the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling promotion that ran back in the 80s.

The member of AEW stable ‘The Wingmen’ revealed that he was meant to be on the show during the latest episode of Talk Is Jericho.

‘I don’t know if I’m allowed to say this, I was on the final season of GLOW before it got cancelled,’ Ryan Nemeth revealed.

‘So working on it with Chavo [Guerrero], it was awesome. We filmed one episode. Just finished one episode and then everything got put on pause, and we thought okay, in January, we’ll pick up again.”

AEW star Ryan Nemeth talks GLOW

‘And I was a boyfriend of one of the characters, and I was thinking, maybe this is a one-off episode, but she pulled me aside one day and said, ’˜I think you’re in the whole season,’ and I was like, ’˜Oh yeah, that’s a big break'” Nemeth continued.

“‘Wrestling and acting, that’s perfect. That’d be great,’ and then we just kept hearing, well, they’re gonna delay it more, delay it more. And then, hey, guys, we’re just canceling the whole thing. I thought, come on, just make a movie or something.’

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