Daniel Garcia thinks his character development has been great, feels he was typecast as a technical wrestler

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He feels he’s been able to show more layers. 

Ring of Honor Death Before Dishonor is taking place tonight and one of the matches on the bill is Daniel Garcia challenging Katsuyori Shibata for the ROH Pure Championship

Going into the match, Garcia appeared on Busted Open Radio and stated that he thinks his character development in AEW/ROH has been great. He feels he was typecast as a technical wrestler and he’s been able to show more levels and layers. 

Oh, it’s been great (his character development). I feel like when I came into AEW, I feel like I was typecast a lot just as a technical wrestler and a lot of times, technical wrestlers get typecast as boring and I feel like being with (Chris) Jericho and being able to stay in the Jericho Appreciation Society has really allowed me to show more levels and layers to my character and what I can do as a performer so I’m really grateful for that.

There is going to be a recap of Death Before Dishonor here on the POST Wrestling site. One of the headlining matches of the show is PAC challenging Claudio Castagnoli for the ROH World Championship. 

If the quote in this article is used, please credit Busted Open Radio with an H/T to POST Wrestling for the transcription.

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