Arn Anderson Was Nervous For Brock Anderson’s Debut

Arn Anderson Was Nervous For Brock Anderson’s Debut

Brock Anderson, son of Arn Anderson, recently made his in-ring debut on AEW Dynamite. Now, Arn has opened up about the experience, saying he was nervous for the match.

Speaking to DAZN, Arn said he was more nervous than Brock but in the end, he was a proud papa. He said:

“It would be easy for me to try to play a hard ass on this and go, ‘Oh well, business as usual.’ When it’s your son out there, he probably had not enough training yet to be under those circumstances, and I was nervous for him. I was more nervous than he was. He actually was pretty solid all day long. But to see him have his first day in a business that I have loved since I was eight years old — and I tell people, it’s the greatest way to make a living on the earth, it really is. To see him enjoy himself and hold his own and do well. I am a proud papa.”

Brock Anderson teamed with Cody Rhodes to face Aaron Solow and QT Marshall. Anderson was able to get the win for his team with a roll-up while Arn Anderson watched from ringside.

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2 years ago by Tempest


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