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JAPW Radio with Low Ki

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After a successful interview last week with Raven, JAPW Radio, once again, hit a homerun with former JAPW Champion, Low Ki, granting us his first interview since parting ways with World Wrestling Entertainment. Low Ki commented on a wide variety of subjects such as competing in the Tokyo Dome for New Japan Pro Wrestling, the upcoming NJPW tour promoted by JAPW Promotions and his experience in WWE. One of the highlights of the show was when Ki talked about his match on Smackdown against the Big Show and how severe those chops really were. The subject of winning NXT Season 2 was brought up and Low Ki talked about how emotional it was to win the competition, made even more so, by the fact it was in New York. Many wrestlers aspire to wrestle on the "Grandest Stage of Them All" WrestleMania, but with being released before he was able to compete there, does Low Ki find it disappointing? Listen to the archive to find out! During the interview, former JAPW Tag Team Champion, Sami Callihan called in a blatantly disrespected Low Ki and Monsta Mack calling them washed up and said he is the new breed of superstar in JAPW and many in the locker-room feel the same way. During the arguing it was made official, Sami Callihan will take on Monsta Mack February 5th in South River. Callihan, however, wasn't the only person to make his presence felt in a disrespectful way. After Low Ki exited the program, Jon Moxley called in and echoed the sentiments of the "New Horror". Moxley laid out the challenge to Low Ki, but will it be accepted? Also making appearances on this wild and unforgettable show are Homicide, Chris Dickinson and Corvis Fear. An interesting discussion was brought up by Fear about wrestlers such as Moxley, Callihan and Dickinson disrespecting everyone, but always seem to be in the marquee matches. An interesting debate was started, and hopefully will be addressed on future programs.

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