Bobby Fish reacts to crowd taunting him at IMPACT Bound For Glory, says crowd was different at TV taping

Bobby Fish speaks about how the crowd reacted to him at IMPACT Bound For Glory versus how he was received at the post-PPV TV taping

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Bobby Fish says the reaction at the TV taping was different.

At IMPACT Wrestling’s Bound For Glory pay-per-view, Bobby Fish made his in-ring debut for the company. The event took place in Albany, New York which is Fish’s hometown and when he entered the Call Your Shot Gauntlet, the crowd in attendance began to chant “CM Punk” and he was booed.

Fish reacted to that while recording the latest episode of The Undisputed Podcast. He said it’s become a thing and if people hate him then so be it. He went on to add that at the post-PPV TV taping, the crowd was vastly different.

You know, it’s become a thing I guess [Fish said in response to how the crowd reacted to him at Bound For Glory] and I don’t know. If you hate me, you hate me. I’m okay with it. If I come home and my wife’s still here, the rest of it, it’s all bullsh*t.

Totally different and they were [Fish compared the Bound For Glory crowd to the TV taping crowd]. You’re 100 percent right. Somebody tried to give me their child the second night. Like please, take my infant.

At the IMPACT TV taping, Fish took on IMPACT World Champion Josh Alexander. Alexander is going to appear on the 10/13 IMPACT on AXS and he’ll be kicking off the show.

If the quote in this article is used, please credit The Undisputed Podcast with an H/T to POST Wrestling for the transcription. 

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