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Arn Anderson Talks Brodie Lee’s Potential In AEW And More

One of pro wrestling’s greatest legends and AEW Star “The Enforcer” Arn Anderson recently took to his ARN podcast to talk about “The Exalted One” Brodie Lee’s potential in AEW now that he is part of the company and what fans should expect from him, as well as how highly he thinks of Brodie Lee as a talent.

According to Arn Anderson, Brodie Lee has got all of the tools and he’s got a head for the business. Arn Anderson also said that when a wrestler has talent and that talent is really good and really happy with what they are doing then you are going to see things you never saw before.

This is what Arn Anderson said:

“Sky’s the limit.” “He’s got all the tools, he’s got a head for the business, he’s smart, he’s durable, he’s big, he can have a match with anybody. He’s been put in a situation where you can add layers to his gimmick that he has now. The main thing above anything else, when you have talent and they are really good and really happy with what they’re doing you are going to see things you never saw before.”

Arn Anderson then talked about Brodie Lee first coming to AEW and immediately going to him to see him, giving him a big hug, smiling at him and being anxious to start with them.

This is what Arn Anderson said:

“You have to enjoy what you do or you’re not going to be good at it.” “Especially when you have the opportunity to be creative and have input and pull off things that you envision the night before or backstage or or 2 weeks before or 6 months before. Now you get to go do it and see the smile on their face, that’s what it’s all about.”

Arn Anderson then talked about how Lee was always the man pulling things together with the Wyatt Family, but WWE never saw it that way and wanted Bray Wyatt to be the main guy.

This is what Arn Anderson said:

“Bray was the man.” “That’s the guy they were going to put at the top of the mountain and then you had [Erick Rowan] Big Red who was a little green but a monster on the other side. You didn’t want to bounce Big Red around, you didn’t want to bounce Bray around so who does that leave?”

“He was smart enough to know how to feature Big Red, put him in a situation where he was a monster and all the time being a little subservient too Bray. You can tell who was putting a lot of the things together and that was Luke.”

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