Brian Pillman Jr. Talks About Recent AEW Angle

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Brian Pillman Jr. Talks About Recent AEW Angle

Brain Pillman Jr. is a famous wrestling personality and he spoke about the Varsity Blonds angle. He stated that the angle is kind of fading on The Universal Wrestling Podcast. “I think some things happen for a reason, right?” Pillman Jr.

shared to Nick Deteroing on “The Universal Wrestling Podcast”. “I mean once we lost Julia [Hart], I knew that something had to happen, right, cause three’s the magic number, you know what I mean? You got a trio, you got a group that’s balanced.

I wish we could have done more with that group. I wish we could have traveled more and got the group over more, but as I said, everything happens for a reason and I’m sort of blessed”.

Brian Pillman Jr. Talks About Varsity Blonds Angle Slowly Fading Away

According to Brian, he stated that these types of changes will benefit him.

He stated that he shines when faced with adversity. According to him, the changes were also great for Hart. Hart recently got sprayed with Malakai Black’s black mist and turned on her Blonds companions after that, as she couldn’t see through one of her eyes.

Hart was eventually corrupted and she actually stopped her cheerleader-like look and took on a more Gothic look. She then joined the House of Black at the recent Aew Double or Nothing. “I think it sort of started with Julia going her own way and becoming what she is now which is definitely like a really cool evolution of her character,” Pillman said.

“Nothing but happy for her, for evolving into what she is now. “At some point, I’m turning 29 this year, at some point, I can just sit at home and collect a check, but I’m just not that type of person, you know? I’m a Pillman, and the Pillmans are very ambitious, very hungry people”.

Brian stated that he would like to team up with Brock Anderson and fight FTR. The team first had Arn Anderson in their corner. The latter had Bret Hart in their cornet. Brian will be involved in a legacy match very soon. Brian will team up with Arn Anderson and fight Ricky and Kerry Morton at ‘Ric Flair’s Last Match’ in Nashville.

Arn was an original member of the Four Horsemen. Brian Pillman (Brian Pillman Jr.’s father) became a late member of the group in 1990s. Brain Pillman passed away when Pillman Jr. was just four years old.