Audio Edition with Shane Taylor (#1)

Ring of Honor’s notorious one Shane Taylor has emerged from a tough life in Cleveland, Ohio to become one of the most valuable commodities in the company. As one half of a tag team with current WWE NXT star Keith Lee. Once on his own, Taylor knew that he had a great deal of work to do to prove that he is just as much as a tag team partner as he is as a singles competitor. Shane Taylor has a deceptively agile nature that several fans may overlook. We present to you audio interview edition of the Pro Wrestling Post Podcast with Shane Taylor.

From his troubles growing up to his commitment to his family to not only be the best performer he can but the best person and father, he can as well. Taylor is more than just a talent that came from a hard life in the suburbs of Cleveland he is an experienced wrestler that built a name alongside his friend Keith Lee. While with Ring of Honor Shane Taylor hopes to achieve success with aspirations of eventually becoming a longstanding champion in Ring of Honor. Whomever, he faces it doesn’t matter as Taylor is determined to make the result the same. A victory for Shane Taylor.

Audio Edition with Shane Taylor

During this edition of the podcast, Taylor discusses life, wrestling and how his exchanges have led to some incredible opportunities for both himself and his fellow Ring of Honor colleagues. What does Taylor think about Cleveland, native LeBron James? Taylor gives an honest opinion on the NBA star that listens will respect after hearing it. To listen to this edition please click the link below. Taylor also shares his intentions on his career moving forward. Listeners could also click on any of the available platforms listed below as well.

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