Johnny Gargano on his dream-match at Wrestlemania



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Johnny Gargano on his dream-match at Wrestlemania

The guest of WWE – Die Woche was Johnny Gargano. Gargano showed his qualities in the ring, and he also revealed who he would like to fight at Wrestlemania. Tommaso Ciampa is one of his big wishes. “Oh boy, man. That’s tough [Gargano responded when asked who he’d like to face at WrestleMania].

Obviously, I just listed off a bunch of dream matches for me. I know there’s a lot of people out there that also in the grand scheme of things would love to see me and Tommaso [Ciampa] have a WrestleMania match. Our story throughout the years is obviously very well documented and the fact we never really got to end our story how we wanted to on a big stage.

I mean there is no bigger stage than WrestleMania and what a story that could be told there if me and Tommaso actually had a WrestleMania match one year. That would be incredibly cool for both of us and for our story but it’s also, you know, I’ve mentioned a lot of guys already; Seth Rollins, AJ Styles, Rey Mysterio, Edge, Randy Orton, the list goes on and on and on.

There’s so many great talent out there. I’m not gonna peg myself into one spot and, ‘I want this match at WrestleMania’ because there’s so many different matches there could potentially be”.

- Gargano said, as quoted by pwmania.com

Gargano on his wife

On Ryan Satin's Out of Character podcast, he talked about his wife's potential return to WWE. “I think she’s not sure yet. Obviously, this is a whole new adventure for her being a mom.

And she’s extremely happy being a mom. I don’t know, it’s one of those things where we’ll see what happens on a weekly basis, but she is fully content staying at home with that baby… I think she’s just very, very happy to be a mom and enjoying it to an extent.

You never know what happens when he gets older obviously, but for right now for the first bit of his life, she is very happy to be with that little dude right now”. - Gargano said on Ryan Satin’s Out of Character podcast, as quoted by pwmania.com