Gunther on WWE, the hardest things and what he's learned so far

“I also gotta say that flying in the United States is like driving a bus"

by Sead Dedovic
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Gunther on WWE, the hardest things and what he's learned so far

During the Fightful interview, Gunther talked about his adventure in WWE and what he learned from joining the strongest wrestling company in the world. What many wrestlers emphasize is traveling and that it represents a huge burden for them.

Also, Gunther did not expect that there would be so much flying and for him, it was an experience he wasn't used to so much in Europe. “Overall, the travel was familiar, expect very different extent. It’s every week, we pop out a few days and wrestle, do live shows, do TV,” GUNTHER said, as quoted by pwmania.com “I also gotta say that flying in the United States is like driving a bus.

It’s way more complicated. When you’re from Europe, flying still has that image of, it’s a little bit of a luxury experience, if that makes sense. But because of the size of this country, it’s very normal”.

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Gunther spent a lot of time on airplanes and sometimes those things can be tiring. In addition, Gunther emphasizes that life in WWE is very fast-paced and that it is necessary to do a lot of things in a short period of time.

Gunther is trying to get used to everything. He seems to be going in the right direction. “So the miles on an airplane are racked up in the last year. It must have been more than my whole life before. It’s absolutely crazy.

But also just in general, I think the speed of how fast everything happens, how many things you kind of have to wing to get into your day and get the job done, it’s very challenging sometimes, but it’s a great learning process, and the journey is a lot of fun to actually make those experiences”. Over time, he learned many things, and he will learn many more.

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