Arn Anderson Thinks Wardlow Has Been Badly Advised In AEW Since Day One
Double A is going to guide the TNT Champion
Arn Anderson isn't going to sit by and watch Wadlow squander his potential.
The Enforcer recently started managing the current AEW TNT Champion and noted during a recent edition of his ARN podcast that his client has been receiving bad advice since arriving in All Elite Wrestling.
"I don't think anybody expected that. That's kind of really not even from left field, it's from down the first base line or something. That guy has got so much potential, so much talent. He is such a class act. He is focused. He carries himself like a professional. He does everything right. He's just been getting some bad advice from day one, bad guidance. In this business, when that locker room sees a guy that's got unlimited potential, the claws come out. You know what I'm saying? They try to shut him down before he ever gets rolling in all kinds of political ways and physical ways, and you name it, playing with his head. Breaking in in a man's car is pretty stout," Anderson said.
"So we just had a couple of closed door conversations. I just said, 'You let me worry about what goes on on the floor because I've thought about it, I've seen it, and I've done it decades before anybody else, manipulating the situation from the floor. Let me just free you up to do what you do and that's clean house. Don't worry about anything else that goes on. I'll take care of the floor. You just take care of the match'. What makes it such a big victory is that the guy he beat, Powerhouse Hobbs, is a stud and is a superstar in the making, make no mistake. That guy has got unlimited potential as well, so it makes the win even bigger".
Wardlow could be set for a showdown with Luchasaurus, based on recent happenings on AEW TV.