Source: Sports Illustrated
Chad Gable spoke to Sports Illustrated's "Extra Mustard" on a number of wrestling topics. Here are some of the highlights:
"The process of re-establishing ourselves was new to us. We started in Orlando at the Performance Center, and the local crowd saw us even before we were on NXT. When we got to SmackDown Live, we had to assume that no one had ever seen us before. That's what we did, and it's very hard to start over, but Jason and I were ready for this. We told ourselves ahead of time that we were going to prepare extra hard because not everyone watches NXT, and we're working to attain our goals."
Working with Kurt Angle:
"I saw Kurt at the hotel during WrestleMania weekend, and he still trains really hard. I figure there will be sometime when he is going to stop, but after watching him train, it doesn't look like it. Jason and I are both very excited to sit and chat with him, and hopefully pick his brain. He carved the path that we're following, he set the example for what we want to do, and he's the best in the world at it."
His WrestleMania goals:
"In amateur wrestling, my goal was always to get to the Olympics. My goal in WWE is to make it to WrestleMania 34 with my partner and win the tag team titles. I'd love to be in a spot where we are defending the titles at next year's 'Mania, and hopefully that is in a marquee match in a prime place on the card. We can show people that tag team wrestling is, in my opinion, the greatest form of pro wrestling."
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