Dan Lambert: Junior Dos Santos Has A Future In Pro-Wrestling If He Wants It

Dos Santos made his pro wrestling debut on AEW: Rampage on October 15

Transitioning from MMA to pro wrestling isn’t always straight forward. For every Ronda Rousey or Ken Shamrock, you have a Tito Ortiz or Frank Trigg. But after his pro wrestling debut the October 15 edition of AEW Rampage, there’s a future for Junior Dos Santos in professional wrestling, if he wants it.

That’s according to American Top Team head Dan Lambert, who praised Dos Santos after his victory over The Inner Circle with The Men of the Year.

“Man I think he [Junior dos Santos] took to it like a fish to water,” Lambert said to the Miami Herald’s Jim Varsallone “I mean he was out there in a main event on national television live against some of the biggest names in the business and I think he did more than hold his own. I thought he did great. He was very well received and I think he’s got a future in that business if that’s what he’s looking to do and he’s looking to do some boxing, maybe get back and do some MMA and do some professional wrestling but, he said he’s having the time of his life doing it.”

H/T: POST Wrestling

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