Former WWE Intercontinental Champion Matt Cardona has suggested that he’s filling some pretty big boots ahead of GCW’s biggest ever show at Hammerstein Ballroom.
WWE Chairman Vince McMahon and WWE Hall Of Famer together revolutionised wrestling in the 1980s. Hogan was McMahon’s star attraction as Rock ‘N’ Wrestling morphed into WrestleMania, with Hogan headlining the vast majority of The Show Of Show’s first decade.
The success of WrestleMania allowed Vince McMahon to tighten his grip on the wrestling world and achieve dominance, eliminating the majority of his competition.
Now Matt Cardona thinks he’s a key part of a new partnership helping Game Changer Wrestling hit new heights. Cardona famously became GCW Champion by defeating Nick Gage causing the ring to be pelted with garbage from the enraged GCW crowd.
Cardona even defended the title while donning attire that looked suspiciously like Vince McMahon’s from when the WWE Chairman claimed the ECW Championship in 2007 – durag included.
"I've seen a million GCW's come and go… it'll never last"
Hammerstein Ballroom pic.twitter.com/hnJ61mp1Cc
— GameChangerWrestling (@GCWrestling_) October 10, 2021
Game Changer Wrestling recently posted a video showcasing some of their stars ahead of what will be the promotion’s biggest show to date inside the famed Hammerstein Ballroom on the 23rd of January.
Matt Cardona took to social media with his own reaction to GCW’s video claiming that he and GCW boss Brett Lauderdale and the modern-day Vince McMahon and Hulk Hogan:
“Me too. That’s why we are the new Vince & Hogan. Let’s find a construction site and have John Carlo film a music video…”
Me too. That’s why we are the new Vince & Hogan. Let’s find a construction site and have John Carlo film a music video… https://t.co/bA9O4GrlNH
— Matt Cardona (@TheMattCardona) December 10, 2021
In addition to his GCW duties, Matt Cardona could add another title to his resume when he meets Moose and W.Morrissey in a Three-Way Match for the IMPACT Wrestling World Championship at Hard To Kill on the 8th of January.