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Ryan Nemeth Didn’t Originally Want To Pursue Wrestling As His Profession



On a recent edition of the “Developmentally Speaking” podcast, Ryan Nemeth discussed his entry into the wrestling industry, highlighting that it was not initially a career path he had envisioned.

Nemeth is currently affiliated with TNA Wrestling following his tenure with AEW/ROH.

He said, I’ve always loved wrestling. I never, growing up, considered it something I wanted to pursue or could pursue. It was always this impossible, weird thing. Anything in entertainment, you don’t consider that as a future. My older brother [Nic], since he was five, was determined to be a pro wrestler. And we kind of all thought that was an insane, weird thing. But I got really into acting, comedy, theater, stage plays, writing plays, doing live improv comedy and stuff in college. So I moved to Chicago during the summers to train with Second City people and iO Chicago … So I was learning improv and that kind of thing.

Nemeth mentioned that he drove out to support his brother Nic Nemeth (Dolph Ziggler) as he pursued a career in wrestling. He explained that observing the in-ring action gradually piqued his interest.

Initially, Ryan attempted to enroll in Ace Steel’s school in Chicago but did not receive a response. As an alternative, he attended OVW, and the rest is history.

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