Road Dogg: Damian Priest impressed me the most

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Road Dogg: Damian Priest impressed me the most

"Road Dogg" Brian James is a man with a lot of experience and can easily recognize who has potential and who doesn't. In his podcast this time, he talked about Dominik Mysterio, who does a great job as a heel, as well as Damien Priest and his qualities.

“I’ll tell you who’s really impressed me the most lately is Damian Priest,” Road Dogg said, as quoted by “He has come so far. You can say what you want about Dom Mysterio. He’s got the most heat than anybody in the company right now.

I see the live events and read the reports, so I know. He’s actually coming into his own and the in-ring stuff too, and really hanging out with the right crowd, that’s for dang sure and doing the right things. Think about the people that Damian Priest is surrounded by, Finn Balor, Rhea, Dom, he’s even in that group stepping out and shining.

I predict he’ll be a Universal Champion one day. I do believe that and I believe he could carry it. ”

Road Dogg on Women's Royal Rumble and Nakamura

Road Dogg thinks the Women's Royal Rumble should have existed long ago.

They can't remember who was the creator of the idea about it, but in any case, it's a huge thing. “I don’t think it was one person. I thought it was a collaborative decision. I really don’t know who the first person to ever think of it was.

You’d have to go back pretty far, but it was time and everybody knew it. The point is equality in every way. It should have been happening years ago”. Road Dogg had only words of praise for Shinsuke Nakamura, who surprised many with his talent.

“I’ll be honest with you. I’m not a huge fan of Japanese wrestling. I just haven’t been and I haven’t followed it, so I didn’t know of Nakamura. I’ve heard his name, but I didn’t know anything about him.

So when he got over here, I’m thinking, okay, Shinsuke Nakamura. When I saw him and Sami Zayn work in NXT, it hit me like a ton of bricks. That’s what everybody’s talking about. That right there, and yeah, he was incredible”.