Bobby Fish Addresses Being Booed In His Hometown At IMPACT Bound For Glory

Bobby Fish didn't receive a positive reception at IMPACT Bound For Glory

Bobby Fish made his IMPACT Wrestling in-ring debut at the Bound For Glory pay-per-view on October 7, competing in the Call Your Shout Gauntlet Match. 

Fish's in-ring debut took place in his hometown of Albany, New York but that didn't guarantee the former NXT Tag Team Champion a positive reception and Fish was instead booed and serenaded with 'CM Punk' chants by the fans in attendance. 

Fish addressed the negative reception he received on his Undisputed podcast, saying: 

"You know, it's become a thing I guess [Fish said in response to how the crowd reacted to him at Bound For Glory] and I don't know. If you hate me, you hate me. I'm okay with it. If I come home and my wife's still here, the rest of it, it's all bullsh*t.

"Totally different and they were [Fish compared the Bound For Glory crowd to the TV taping crowd]. You're 100 percent right. Somebody tried to give me their child the second night. Like please, take my infant."

Fish made his debut in IMPACT at Victory Road following his departure from All Elite Wrestling. The 45-year-old's long-term future in IMPACT is currently uncertain. 

H/T to POST Wrestling

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