Jay Lethal Says It Was ‘Unreal’ To Get In The Ring With Jeff Jarrett And Ric Flair For The ‘Last Match’ Event


During his interview on Busted Open Radio, Jay Lethal was asked how he felt after teaming up with Jeff Jarrett against Ric Flair and Andrade in Flair’s retirement match:

“I think when I finally settle in and realize it, my brain is going to explode. I can’t believe I have to work with Jeff Jarrett in the first place. I mean I can’t tell you how many times my brother and I have said, ‘Don’t make me mad.’ I can’t tell you how many times I’ve sung ‘With my baby tonight.’

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“I can’t tell you how big a wrestling fan I am. I was just impressed and in dreamland together with Jeff against my idol growing up. I mean, it’s fair for me to say that if there wasn’t Ric Flair, I don’t know if there would be a Jay Lethal. He was that influential on me, and I got to be there with Andrade. I mean what an amazing talent and I hope this somehow helps to have future competitions in store for me and Andrade. There is no way to put this in full words. It was unreal. I was in a dream.”

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