That was one hell of a match, thought they might steal it from him with the challenge late though. Loved how he said in the after match interview, that it was due to practicing in the “greatest wrestling room in the world at OSU” that helped him persevere and come out the winner.
Did the same thing at GIA in 2017. Mouthy prick, gets it from his coaches. You can tell the difference in our athlete's personalities versus theirs, every time. They all act just like the Brands mongoloids do.