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Jay White Isn’t Interested In Working ‘Dream Matches’ At AEW x NJPW Forbidden Door


Jay White isn’t interested in working “dream matches” at the AEW x NJPW Forbidden Door pay-per-view event.

The current IWGP World Heavyweight Champion recently spoke with New Japan Pro Wrestling about the June 26th pay-per-view event. For those unaware, White will be facing Kazuchika Okada at NJPW Dominion this weekend.

You can check out some highlights from the interview below:

On Bullet Club interacting with Adam Cole: “Tama and Tanga Loa, they wouldn’t let that kind of thing happen. They were an impediment to that growth. They had to go. This is just a recipe for success. Tama Tonga liked to talk about different eras in BULLET CLUB. Now that we have the Good Brothers back, Rock Hard Juice Robinson, everything they bring to the table? You can say this is the ‘get paid era’ for BULLET CLUB.”

On Ace Austin joining the group: “Prestige! That’s the X Division Champion. When I was in IMPACT I could see the potential in him, and the sky’s the limit. So with him and Chris Bey, and the Good Brothers running things in IMPACT? Like I said, it’s a recipe for success. That’s why I’m the Catalyst of Professional Wrestling, because I can make these things happen across all these different companies. Nobody could even imagine what I’m doing now.”

On if there’s someone in particular he’d like to face: “No. I don’t give a s**t about the ‘dream match’ stuff. It’s all about money and championships, and by the time I go to the United Center I will have THE championship. So why would I care after that? Everyone else should be fighting to have a dream match with me, and BULLET CLUB and the Undisputed Elite will own the show just like we own the wrestling world.”

In other news, you can check out the season finale of NWA Powerrr below:

The Road to Alwayz Ready continues with this week’s season finale of NWA Powerrr!

Things are bound to get personal as “The National Treasure” Nick Aldis battles the best friend of his opponent at Alwayz Ready, NWA Worlds Heavyweight Champion Matt Cardona: “the Most Professional Wrestler” Brian Myers!

With less than a week away from Tyrus defending the NWA World Television Championship live on PPV, who will step up to his Tyrus Slam challenge?! And if they can lift the Manster, what does that mean for Alwayz Ready?

And in our tag team main event, it’s a preview of the Alwayz Ready NWA World Women’s Championship match when the team of Missa Kate & #1 Contender KiLynn King clash with the team of Kenzie Paige and the NWA World Women’s Champion: “The Brickhouse” Kamille!

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