UWR: How old are you ?
B CORR: 25
UWR: Growing up were you a fan of Pro Wrestling ?
B CORR: Growing up, the only wrestling I watched was WWE. I watched it every Saturday morning, and remember begging mum to order the PPV events, there wasn’t as many PPV’s back then.
UWR: Where did you train to become a Wrestler, who trained you and how old were you ?
B CORR: When I was 13yrs old, I discovered a local wrestling company (which no longer exist) called UCW (ulster championship wrestling) . I convinced my parents to let me go to the school which ran 12-6 every Sunday for £5. Looking back their ‘training’ was questionable, but this was my introduction into wrestling and I spent my first few years here before I started to also attend seminars and training in multiple schools.
UWR: Who were some of your influences growing up ?
B CORR: I always see this question being asked and people name some famous wrestlers, but for me I was always greatly influenced by the people around me. When I first got into wrestling, I was the youngest there and the other guys were A LOT older! The only person there close to my age was Tucker, we trained together on Sundays and then when I was 15/16 we started to attend seminars together, the first seminars we went to were with Paul Tracey, the the next few being both Paul & Fergal Devitt around the time Fergal was in NJPW and was taking training in Bray anytime he was home, and Paul was really the best coach in Ireland as far as I was concerned. This was when I really started to understand wrestling, and decided that I was going to pursue this until I make it, to this day I don’t think Tucker, Fergal or Paul know the influence they had on me as a young guy training.
UWR: Are your family and friends supportive of your Pro Wrestling Career ?
B CORR: Yes, my parents and family have always been supportive of my wrestling and have never asked me to do anything else, my friends have jokes, its an easy target, that’s to be expected. But they are all very supportive when it comes down to it, and they all want to see me succeed.
UWR: I’m sure like every Wrestler you remember your first match. So who was in the match, did it go well and what do you remember most about it ?
B CORR: My first match was a training show set up for friends and family, it was awful, against a guy who had been wrestling for a few years, and lets just say the standard of wrestling is vastly improved in Ireland over the past lot of years. I hope no one has the footage from that match and it has been lost forever.
UWR: For people that have never seen You perform can you describe your character and wrestling style ?
UWR: In your opinion what is the best match you have ever seen.
B CORR: I have seen many amazing matches and I am sure there are so many I could say, but Pete Dunne v Zack Sabre Jr at OTT stands out.
UWR: Who in your opinion is your favourite opponent you have ever wrestled ?
B CORR: I have worked with some great talent in the past few years, Big Damo, Noam Dar, Tyler Bate to name a few, But my favourite opponents recently have to be Fitz & Eddie Stone, that was a fun match, and great to be in the ring with guys that I know work so hard.
UWR: What is your proudest moment from your time in Pro Wrestling ?
B CORR: My proudest moment so far is getting that message from OTT, one of the leading promotions in the Indy scene right now, telling me they wanted me on their show, I can’t describe that feeling.
UWR: Are there any wrestlers on the Indy scene you would like to wrestle that you have never wrestled before ?
B CORR: Triple H
UWR: What promotions do you work for ? And are there any companies that you would like to work for in the future?
B CORR: Get out there and train with as many people as possible, make contacts, respect everyone and stay focused. I have had the opportunity to train with so many amazing people and companies, from the best in Ireland and UK, to Ryoji Sai with Zero1 Japan and was invited and trained with All Japan’s Atsushi Aoki through Source Wrestling School based in Scotland. Take each opportunity as it comes, and good luck!
UWR: Where can people see you perform next ?