William Regal’s Son Aligns Himself With Drew Gulak
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William Regal is a legendary British wrestler, and his son, Charlie Dempsey, recently aligned himself with Drew Gulak. At least, that is what is most apparent. Gulak has been seen regularly at ringside during Charlie’s matches.
This started around a month ago. Gulak is apparently just analyzing Charlie’s ring prowess, which is actually quite good as he is the son of one of the most technically sound wrestlers of all time. Charlie does not like the veteran wrestler stalking him though at WWE NXT.
He actually got so annoyed that he challenged Gulak and Hank Walker. Hank Walker is Gulak’s student on NXT. This led to a series of matches that started on the 28th December. Charlie was able to defeat Hank on the New Year’s Evil episode that took place on the 10th of January.
He then lost a match against Gulak which took place on the 31st of January.
Charlie Dempsey May Have Aligned with Drew Gulak on WWE NXT
This week on NXT, he actually fought Hank again. Hank got defeated quite badly this week by Charlie as well.
After that, it appears that he started to gain the respect of Gulak. After the match, Charlie put Hank in a submission hold and the announcers started yelling at Gulak to save his student. After Charlie released the hold, he and Gulak started staring at each other for a few seconds.
This led to them walking away together and Hank was actually left alone in the ring, even though Gulak is his mentor. This action can also mean that Charlie Dempsey might have turned heel or might indicate that he will go through a character change.
Charlie made his WWE NXT debut nearly a year ago. Since then, he has established himself as a grappling specialist. He has been racking up wins since his debut. He has so far fought and defeated Andre Chase, Bodhi Hayward and Oro Mensah at live events and on TV tapings.
He also fought at WWE Main Event recently and this could mean that he will be called to the main roster soon. Before Charlie started working in the US, he spent nearly 18 months of his life at WWE NXT UK. Over there he won eight matches and lost only two matches.
He lost his matches against Tyler Bate and Oliver Carter. Charlie only started training to become a professional wrestler in 2018.