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Fast Time Moodo Interview
Ring Name: Fast Time Moodo
Date of birth: Oct. 10, 1996
Height: 180 cm / 5ft 9in
Birth place: Leipzig, Germany
Debut: Dec. 06, 2014
Trained by: Alex Wright
Finishers/ Signature Moves: Black Belt Kick (Spinning Super Kick), Sensei Choke (Triangle Choke)
Let me thank you for doing this interview for the "Pro Wrestling Interview Series Tour 2021".
It’s my pleasure, thanks for having me.
When and how did you get into Pro wrestling?
I’ve started watching wrestling on TV randomly at the age of 12. After a few month I was such a big fan that I never missed out only one episode of RAW or Smackdown and also TNA later.
Do you have any previous experience with martial arts from before you became a wrestler or other sports you did?
Yes, I’m a very very experienced martial artist. I’ve started to train a korean martial art, which is called ‘Tong-Il Moo-Do’, in 2002, at the age of 5. It’s a kind of mixture of Karate, Judo and Taekwondo with all the traditional aspects. I’ve become multiple time world cup winner in 2012 (in South-Korea) and in 2017 (in Brazil). I’m teaching martial arts for nearly 10 years now and was honored with the 3rd degree of black belt last year. That means I’ve trained or taught martial arts 4 to 5 times per week for the last 19 years. I’ve also educated myself in other styles over the years. Martial arts are my life.
Can you still recall your first training sessions?
My first training session at the Wright Stuff Pro Wrestling School was in summer 2012. It was about the basics of behavior inside a wrestling ring and a few basic moves. I already knew how I had to fall due to my martial arts training and I also was on a higher fitness level than most of the other beginners, so Alex was very happy with me and I was very happy with his very professional training.
How do you remember your first match, what was the feedback and what experience did you take from it?
My first match wasn’t special – something around 6 minutes against a guy, who had round about 20 matches at this time and (to be honest) wasn’t talented at all. It was okay at the end but not more. My second match, 1 month later, was against Fabian Aichner (Adrian Severe at this time) and oh my god that was next level shit. I’ve fucked up so many things but somehow due to the awesome skills of Fabian the match made a good impression at the end. Matches like this one can teach you more stuff than weeks of regular training.
Do you have a ‚dream opponent‘ you want to fight above all others?
There are a few dream opponents, above all AJ Styles, Nakamura and Aleister Black.
Do you have/ had any Wrestling idols Or Childhoodheroes?
Yes, of course! There are always my ‘big 3’: Shawn Michaels, The Undertaker and Triple H. I was drawn by their matches in the late 2000s. They are the reason for my love for Pro Wrestling.
What are you doing when you not stand inside the ring?
I teach martial arts and I have finished 5 years of study at university just now.
When a booker or company from your Country or around the world will book you , where can they contact you?
Please send a DM on one of my social media accounts.
Thank you very much for your time! I wish you much success at your next event´s .Thank you for your time! Stay well! Stay safe! And do you have some words for your fans at the end?
Thank you! I hope that all the fans will continue their big support for our great sport, especially during the rest of the pandemic. I can’t wait to perform in front of all of you again. See you all very soon, hopefully!