Trevor Murdoch: "I didn’t agree with Nick Aldis about.."

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Trevor Murdoch: "I didn’t agree with Nick Aldis about.."

In an interview for PWTorch, Trevor Murdoch talked about the situation between Nick Aldis and Billy Corgan.. Although he respects Aldis, he disagrees with him on some things. “Mine and Nick’s relationship hasn’t fallen apart, and I have all the respect in the world for Nick, as a pro wrestler.

I also have respect for him for being one of the guys to help speak up for me to bring me into the NWA. If it wasn’t for that, I wouldn’t be in the position I am today. So I have a ton of gratitude for Nick in that aspect.

I think where the heat is with Billy with Nick, is the fact that Nick wasn’t happy with — I’m only repeating what he said. He wasn’t happy with the company. He wasn’t happy with the relationship between what was going on between him and Billy."

- he said, as quoted by

Murdoch on Aldis

Murdoch also revealed what it was about which he was frustrated. He believes that Aldis could and should have acted differently. "My only issue was, I didn’t agree with Nick dragging the company and dragging the guys in it.

When you start making comments, like the show’s too embarrassing for me to be a part of. First off, I think that’s a little bullsh*t. Secondly, you’re disrespecting all the men and women that you know, Nick’s not the only part of the show.

And since we’ve started Powerrr, it hasn’t been Powerrr about Nick. It’s been NWA Powerrr. So there’s been a lot of talented wrestlers that have come through there that’s helped make NWA successful.

And I just don’t think bringing all those men and women into the middle of your argument or your public squabble. I just don’t think that was the right thing to do. If Nick and Billy want to air out personal grievances, I also think that both sides of the story need to be told.

It’s easy for someone to be in a position that’s leaving to just say what they feel they need to say to get the, I guess maybe, the public opinion to be swayed their way. There’s two sides to every story. It’s very easy for everybody to jump on the negative end and say that’s how it was because it’s a lot juicier.

You know what I mean? It’s a lot more exciting. But there’s only half stories being told on some of this. And I think, the NWA and Billy have taken a stand on being a little bit more professional, and not interested in airing those grievances publicly”.