Angel Garza criticizes wrestling fans



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Angel Garza criticizes wrestling fans

Angel Garza started at NXT, where he also won the Cruiserweight title, to then arrive on the main roster being joined by Andrade and Zelina Vega during the period of the pandemic, when WWE broadcast the shows from the Performance Center.

However, he recently joined his real-life cousin Humberto Carillo and the two formed the Los Lotharios tag team, effectively becoming heels who love to flirt with ringside women every time they make their way into the square.

During an interview with Wrestling Inc. journalist Nick Hausman around Wrestlemania 38, Angel himself spoke about the WWE Universe saying that he often complains, whatever the decisions that are made by the Stamford company's booking team.

Angel Garza is a young talent

Former NXT Cruiserweight Champion Angel Garza seems less than pleased with the SmackDown Tag Team Championship at WrestleMania 38. WWE has officially announced that The Usos will defend their championships against Shinsuke Nakamura and Rick Boogs.

"I'm going to bring this to the table. No matter what we do, they will always complain," he said of the fans. "It doesn't matter if we're on top: 'Oh-oh, they're giving it all to that boy.'

If you're running for 24/7: 'Oh, they're burying that boy.' If you're doing a great job: 'Oh, they're just trying to push that guy. 'They'll always come with something, they'll never be happy.

At this point, we're looking at our careers." Also during the interview, the luchador went on to say, “Sometimes it's more like, 'Oh-oh, you're a selfish person, you're just thinking about yourself.'

Yes, because you're just thinking about yourself. What if I told you. in your job: 'Go and do that thing', then I would start complaining because you do it a certain way. Or, I start criticizing you, like, 'Hey, why are you holding that mic like that? Grab it another way', no matter how you do it, I'll always complain.

They're all the fans we have now. It's part of the business to have them all, but we live in that era. I call it the 'era of criticism.' " Mike Segura, the grandfather of Garza and Carrillo, was a well-reputed Luchador.

He was best known for his 'El Ninja' gimmick. Segura was also a part of WWE for a short period of his career. He made several appearances in Vince McMahon's promotion in 1997. Other members of the family, such as Hector Garza and Humberto Garza Jr.

(Humberto's father), also found significant success in the wrestling business. Now, Garza and Carrillo are ready to follow in their elders' footsteps and take their family's legacy to the top.