Trey Miguel Would Love To Defend The IMPACT X-Division Title Against Indie Talent
Miguel is challenging for the vacant title at Bound For Glory
Ahead of competing for the vacant X Division Championship at IMPACT Wrestling Bound For Glory, Trey Miguel has already detailed what he’d do as champion were he to win the belt.
Speaking to Stephanie Chase of Digital Spy, Miguel said he’d want to put the belt up against indie talent:
"What I'd love more than anything is to, this isn't as much as in my control as I would like it to be, but when I was a big fan of the X Division as a child who was just getting hip to things, one of my favourite aspects about the X Division was getting introduced to professional wrestlers that didn't have an Impact contract. You would see some guy off the Indies that you had no idea about but he gets his stuff in and he gets to show his stuff and it was always an X Division match or an X Division Championship match.
"What I would love more than anything is to give an opportunity to an unrecognised, high-performing talent who doesn't have a contract and give the fans fresh faces and fresh matches and high-flying action and unpredictability, like we had before. This is no knock towards Impact but I feel like Impact or the X Division is smaller than it's ever been and that's not the field I want to run on. I want as much competition and as many best matches as I can have in my catalogue as the X Division Champion if it were to happen."
Best of luck to Trey Miguel at Bound For Glory then. Former champion Josh Alexander is certainly pulling for him.