In a recent interview with The TWC Show, Kerry Morton discussed several topics, including his current contract status with the National Wrestling Alliance.
“Well, you know there was my grandfather in the professional wrestling industry, my father and then myself being a third-generation wrestler, the pressure’s not there, and here’s the thing, and obviously I’ve got some big shoes to fill, but at the end of the day, I’m my own man and that’s something that in professional wrestling, it is tough to stay relevant and stay on top of the food chain and that’s something that I edge at and think about every single day is staying on top of the food chain, in that highlighted spot, doing things that are out of the ordinary to be in the position, and so it’s there.
It’s there most definitely, but I try not to let it get to me, I try to think about what’s happening in the moment and how I can direct the future for even my path and professional wrestling is such a strange industry where you don’t know what is to come tomorrow. Like I said, nothing is ever guaranteed in professional wrestling, and so I don’t take that lightly, and it’s something that you’ve got to think about and you’ve got to create and edge, and yeah, I love it, I love the position I’m in right now.
I signed with the National Wrestling Alliance for a long time, because I believe in this company, I believe in what we’re doing. We’re not everyone’s cups of coffee and that’s okay, I accept it, I’m not, Kerry Morton is not everyone’s cup of coffee and that’s okay, that’s what professional wrestling is interpreted for, opinions are meant to be heard, whether you like me, you love me, you hate me, you want to hurt me necessarily, I am still on the tip of your conversation. When you think of the National Wrestling Alliance, you think of the generation of superstars coming up and that’s how I like to think of it right now.”
The full interview is available at this link.