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Christian Cage Thinks He’s Doing The Best Work Of His Career

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While on the newest edition of Insight with Chris Van Vliet, Christian Cage discussed a wide range of topics.

During it, the former AEW TNT Champion discussed his belief he is doing the best work of his career.

“I feel like it 100 percent (that I’m doing the best work of my career) … So, like I said, when I got my career back after being retired for seven years, it was a gift to get it back. But it wasn’t just enough to get it back for me and okay, I got it back, that’s great. Now it’s like, how far can we push it? How far can we go with it? I had seven years of lost time to make up for… Was I content with what I accomplished? Yes. But did I feel like I’d accomplished everything that I could accomplish? Not even close. So, the goal was even to prove at an advanced age that you can still go out there and do it if you apply yourself and you push yourself and it’s taking chances and risks too. Sometimes you have to go and do things that other people are unwilling to do to stand out and that’s what I’m doing.

I’ve never told anybody what I’m gonna say. Never had it cleared with anybody, never asked anybody. I just go out there and do it. It’s one of those things. You have to be willing to go places that others are unwilling to go in order to stand out, especially this day and age. I saw an opportunity that I could jump on and I took it and I rode it and sometimes things happen you’re not expecting to happen and I said one phrase and it turned into a wildfire and I just embraced it and ran with it.

Like I said, I don’t even know how this happened, it just did (he said about bringing up wrestlers’ deceased father’s). When a shark senses blood in the water, you attack it, so that’s what happened. I saw an opportunity in that and I attacked it. Like I said, the only way to stand out, to me, in this day and age is to be different and it’s hard to be different when a lot of things have been done or are being done, and it’s very much a copycat business. If something’s working, you see people start to do it and I’m seeing the influence that a lot of characters, not just on our show but on other shows as well. So when that happens, you start saying, okay, what I’m doing is working here.”

H/T to Post Wrestling for the transcription

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