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Trey Miguel Confirms Why He Chose IMPACT Over WWE

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IMPACT Wrestling star Trey Miguel recently appeared on Taylor Wilde’s podcast. The IMPACT star discussed a number of topics whilst on the show, including why he decided to stay with IMPACT instead of joining WWE. Miguel was previously in The Rascalz, and the two other members of the group (Zachary Wentz & Dezmond Xavier) now go by MSK in NXT.

‘Zach’s married (to Kimber Lee) and Dez is engaged now and they just need wrestling in a different way than I do right now,’ Miguel stated on the podcast. ‘They need it to do different things for them than I do. I feel like (Impact) ran out of things to do with the Rascalz,’ Trey Miguel continued. ‘There’s no need in just staying if there’s nothing to do with.’

Trey Miguel on IMPACT

‘I have ideas for Impact and I have things I want to do and things I haven’t gotten done yet. Impact also affords me the luxury of being able to stay home which is super-duper important to me because we have a wrestling school here and I’m one of the head trainers there.’

“I’m there every single day” Trey Miguel continued. “And I’m so close to the kids that we have there and the other trainers too and I have a lot of family here.”

credit to SEScoops for the transcription

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