This coming Sunday July 5th is set to be a much watch week for all wrestling fans this side of the Atlantic.
ChallengeTV will broadcast in the UK and Ireland at 9pm on Sunday 5th July (Sky - 145 Freeview - 46 Freesat - 145 Virgin - 139) the #BellToBell special that will see each TNA title defended in the six-sided ring.
With such a big week for TNA following their acclaimed Slammiversary event last Sunday 28th June, GiveMeSport jumped at the chance to speak to Kurt Angle’s opponent and TNA World Title number one contender Ethan Carter III, or EC3 to many. Our full exclusive interview is below.
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When GiveMeSport last caught up with the ‘best heel in televised wrestling’ it was prior to his Hair Vs Hair match with Britain’s own Rockstar Spud. You can check that interview here if you missed it.
Since then, EC3 has gone from strength to strength beating everyone is his path including Former TNA World Champions Ken Anderson and Bobby Lashley on his way to becoming the number one contender to Kurt Angle - the match has been building between the two for some 620 days. Now, as an undefeated EC3 will finally challenge Kurt Angle for The TNA World Championship.
So many questions will spring to the minds of wrestling fans including can EC3 finish his #EC3forChamp quest successfully? Can Kurt Angle retain The Title? Will EC3’s hired help Tyrus be a factor? Will EC3 be beaten for the first time ever? All these questions and more will be answered this coming Sunday on ChallengeTV at 9pm.
Below is GiveMeSport’s exclusive interview with Ethan Carter III as he chats about facing a legend such as Kurt Angle, What will fans be in for if he is successful and the upcoming UK tour in January 2016. Full Info Here.
Will you be watching? are you TeamEC3 or TeamKurt? Let GMS know your thoughts and views in the comments section below, or direct on Twitter to GMS Wrestling reporter @EPJwednesday