Bryan Danielson advocates for the continuity of the Blackpool Combat Club.
In an interview with Justin Barrasso of Sports Illustrated, Danielson explored the genuine bond that ties the faction’s members. He emphasized how their mutual support contributes to personal growth and development. Danielson also acknowledged the group’s resilience after William Regal’s exit, revealing that Regal remains engaged within their group chat, keeping the connections alive.
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“Our connection as a group feels real. That’s because it is. The story is we train together and we make each other better. The reality is that wrestling together, we do make each other better. Even when Regal left, we didn’t break, and he’s still on our BCC group chat,”
“I love this group. This should be a group that never breaks up. Mox and I have wrestled since the BCC started, we wrestled in the championship tournament [last fall]. That didn’t cause any disturbances in the BCC. That’s the story of the BCC. When the BCC loses, we’ll shake hands and go back to training the next day,”Danielson said.
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