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David Finlay Discusses The Best Year Of His Career In NJPW And His Vision For Bullet Club

Posted By: Ben Jordan Kerin on Jul 09, 2023

David Finlay Discusses The Best Year Of His Career In NJPW And His Vision For Bullet Club

IWGP NEVER Openweight Champion David Finlay recently discussed his heel turn, taking over Bullet Club, and his current run in NJPW.

Finlay believes this past year was the best of his career:

"Everything is going according to plan. I said last year to expect me, and I don’t think people knew what to expect. But I had this in the works for a very long time. I’m having a killer year- the best of my career. The only one that’s been able to beat me one on one is SANADA, and he’s the IWGP World Heavyweight Champion. That’s the only guy that’s been able to come anywhere close"

Finlay explains how he came up in the dojo system:

"When I first came to Japan, I was this 21 year old kid and they told me that ‘oh, if you just follow the system, if you do things the Japanese way, you’ll get X,Y,Z’ but that never happened to me. I started noticing that the people that were successful- Juice Robinson got successful when he dropped the façade and became his true self. Jay White did the same. In the end I realized that opportunities don’t get handed to you, you have to take them."

Finlay also discussed taking over Bullet Club and bringing in the likes of Alex Coughlin and Clark Connors:

"Well, Clark, Gabe and Alex all had similar paths to mine. They were all told to follow Shibata’s path as laid out for them, and what happened? They got forgotten while Shibata goes off playing Pure Champion in Ring of Honor. They saw themselves in me, and I saw myself in them. In my BULLET CLUB, I really don’t care about popularity or what the fans think. I’ve been saying it and I’ll say again, this is for killers and savages only. I want every member to be carrying championship gold, and If you can’t carry gold, you bring me bodies."

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— Ben Jordan Kerin Jul 05, 2023 07:32PM

Tags: #njpw #david finlay #bullet club

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