O’Shay Edwards Won’t ‘Get His Flowers’ Because He’s Got Work To Do, Discusses Joining Shane Taylor Promotions

O’Shay Edwards with Andrew Thompson of Post Wrestling

Post Wrestling’s Andrew Thompson recently had the opportunity to speak with O’Shay Edwards about a variety of topics including participating in the ROH Bubble, joining Shane Taylor Promotions, and more. Check out the highlights below:

On joining Shane Taylor Promotions:

Well actually it was Shane who got in contact with me and me wanting to work with Ring of Honor was literally because of guys like Shane, Kenny King, Jay Lethal and now guys like Jonathan Gresham. So, you know, the fact that Shane even knew my name, blew my mind because I work with my head down a lot. Like I just grind, grind, grind, grind, grind and then when somebody’s like, ‘Hey, get your flowers.’ Huh? What? Get my flowers? I’ve got work to do. Put ‘em over there, I got work to do, and so he approached me about what he wanted to do and he approached me about what he wanted to achieve and this isn’t so much just a Ring of Honor thing. This is something he wanted to put together.

On being apart of the ROH bubble:

One thing I tell people all the time is people liked to crap on Ring of Honor for a while because it was the cool thing to do. ROH was never the joke, it was never the butt of the joke, never will be the butt of the joke and it’s proving it week after week with the Pure Title tournament, with the way it’s been handling its COVID protocols, with the way that it’s been handling just everything in general. It’s just one of those things where like it’s never been the butt of the joke, it never will be. People just do it because it’s the cool thing to do. But with that being said, being in the bubble was dope dawg! Yo! It was so dope. Yooo! Let me tell you man, they put me in like a hotel, was just like, ‘Stay here, we’ll come and get you.’ I brought some food, brought my XBOX and I was chilling man! Dude! Great! Can’t wait to do it again!

Take a look at the entire interview below, courtesy of Post Wrestling.

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