In a recent interview with Taylor Wide as part of her Wilde On podcast, IMPACT Wrestling superstar Trey Miguel opened up on his decision to not sign a WWE NXT deal, noting that Zachary Wentz (now under the name of Nash Carter) and Dezmond Xavier (now under the name of Wes Lee) needed wrestling in a different way than he did on a personal level and that right now, he could not see himself leaving behind his family to head to Florida on a full-time basis.

“Zach’s married and Dez is engaged now and they just need wrestling in a different way than I do right now, if that makes sense, they need it to do different things for them than I do and I also think that, I don’t mean to sound like I’m speaking bad about IMPACT, but I feel like they ran out of things to do with The Rascalz, you know what I mean and there’s no need in just staying if there’s nothing to do and I have ideas for IMPACT and I have things I want to do and things I haven’t gotten done yet and I don’t want to leave without having that done and IMPACT also affords me the luxury of being able to stay home, which is like super, duper important to me, because we have a wrestling school here and I’m one of the head trainers there and I’m there every single day and I’m so close to the kids we have there and the other trainers too and I have a lot of family here and wrestling has my heart more than anything in the world, but I’ve just been through so much personally that I can’t pull myself from my family right now, I just really can’t.

I can’t do that and especially, I have a brother that passed away in 2013 and it’s life, but my oldest brother just had my most recent nephew and he was born premature because his mother felt ill, so they actually induced her and he’s actually, he’s home now, but he was in isolated care for two months and they named him after my late brother and it’s just like, I couldn’t imagine moving to f***ing Orlando, Florida a month after this little miracle, you know what I mean, that’s not it for me and it’s not like if I don’t go to Orlando, I don’t get to wrestle anymore, I still get to wrestle more than anyone at NXT, I train whenever I want.”

The interview is available in full at this link.