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Claudio Castagnoli Reveals Who Hated Taking His ‘Big Swing’ Move, Jim Ross News

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Claudio Castagnoli recently spoke with Denise Salcedo on the “Instinct” podcast to discuss his Giant Swing, including which people hated taking the move.

Additionally, Castagnoli commented on who the hardest person to hit the move on was, and more.

You can check out some highlights from the podcast below:

On guys who hate taking the swing: “There’s a lot of people that get dizzy from it. You can see them just grabbing my leg immediately and try to wriggle out of it, and I usually don’t let them. It’s a lot of people. Big Daddy Magic is one of them, just yelling and screaming at me I think we were not even half a rotation in and he was already yelling at me… Brodie Lee used to hate it, he used to curse me out the whole time which I thought was hilarious. We always got into it beforehand and afterward, it was great, he just hated it so much. I always remember that.”

On who was the hardest to do the move on: “Giving the swing to The Great Khali was the hardest just because he’s a giant. There was like a house show that I tried to swing him and I failed and then I just got so mad that I actually did it. It’s one of them where it’s just so hard.”

Jim Ross says he would have loved to call the AEW Continental Classic Finals at last week’s Worlds End 2023 pay-per-view event. In the finals, Eddie Kingston defeated Jon Moxley to win the Triple Crown.

Taking to his “Grilling JR” podcast, the WWE Hall of Famer and AEW commentator opined on the Continental Classic finals, and more.

You can check out some highlights from the podcast below:

On the Continental Classic finals: “I’d love to have called that match. It just had so much psychology. Sound and believable psychology. I’m a big fan of Eddie’s passion and his work ethic, so good for him. … He’s paid his dues more times than not, so I’m happy for Eddie Kingston.”

On Eddie Kingston getting the win: “I wasn’t even aware of [who] Eddie Kingston was until he came to AEW. He had a couple of really good matches to start off his run in AEW. … So he’s in the right place at the right time. Good for Eddie. Let’s see where this thing takes us.”

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