TK O’Ryan On The Kingdom’s Cohesiveness, His Earliest Memories Of Wrestling & More

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Ring Of Honor posted 10 Questions With TK O’Ryan.  O’Ryan discussed why The Kingdom is such a strong unit, The ROH Six-Man Tag Team Titles, early memories of pro wrestling and more. Below are some highlights:

O’Ryan On His Career Path If Not For Wrestling:

I know more about baseball than most people know about themselves. If I wasn’t wrestling I would be coaching the game somewhere.

O’Ryan On His Earliest Memories Of Pro Wrestling

I’m not as romantic about pro wrestling as so many of my peers. As far as I’m concerned, my earliest memory of it is the day I started training. If you really want to be a Melvin about it then I guess I could say I can remember watching pro wrestling as a young horse with my nana.

O’Ryan On What Factors Into The Kingdom’s Strength As A Unit:

There are two things. One: We were friends before taking over Ring of Honor. The Kingdom was formed long before our successful debut. Two: Individually, we each have our own unique greatness. Any combination of The Kingdom, whether it be the full team, tag or singles, is a problem.

O’Ryan Defines What A ‘Sassy  Wild Horse’ Is:

Me. Read my answers to these questions. Watch me wrestle. Listen to me speak. Really, just pay attention to anything I do. You’ll get it.

O’Ryan On The Best Advice He’s Been Given In His Career:

“Wrestling rewards those who stick around.” I’ve always taken this to mean that quitting is for losers. Do anything but don’t quit. “H20 Ryan Waters” — a New England legend — taught me that.

O’Ryan On What Vinny Marseglia‘s family is like:

Vinny’s family is the real life Addams Family. His wife has a lot of awesome tattoo art just like Vinny, and together they have a little Wednesday Addams that is 4 years old and can name all of the iconic horror movie villains. Their house is covered in scary stuff. On every inch of wall space they’ve got knives, chains, horror props, dinosaur heads, et cetera. Glass cases proudly show off their assortment of heads. There’s an entire display of bloody weaponry that Vinny swears up and down are just props, but honestly I’m not convinced.

To read the full Q&A, click HERE.

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