Savio Vega Reddit AMA Interview (IN AUDIO!) | ‘Pro Wrestling Stories Presents’ Podcast

Welcome to Pro Wrestling Stories Presents. We’re coming to you with a special edition of this podcast. It was this past Saturday, the 3rd of October, where I had a chance to talk to Savio Vega for the second time for a special Reddit AMA session.

AMA’s, or Ask Me Anything sessions, are really cool as they give the fans a chance to interact and write questions to their favorite wrestlers and the wrestlers write back in real time, which is a really unique experience for everyone involved. Now Savio Vega has been asked to do AMA’s in the past on Squared Circle, but he’s not agreed to do them for a variety of reasons. One of the main ones being likely that English is not his first language so typing in English is not his forte. But as Savio has such a cult following on Squared Circle and an AMA was something that has been sought after for a while, I got in touch with him and said, “Hey Savio, a lot of us would like you to do an AMA. Would you be willing to do it if I call you up? I’ll read you the questions, you respond, and I type up the answers.” He loved the idea!

So on Saturday, 3rd October 2015, was when the AMA was and over 300 people asked questions and 50 of them were answered, which you’re about to hear in this audio. This is the uncut version of my conversation with Savio, me reading out your questions and him responding, which is the way it should be heard anyway – from his mouth. Now I’m not a transcriber, so I may have missed a few words or phrases here and there on Saturday’s AMA, so you get to hear it this way, which is something that I think you’ll enjoy. If you do, please spread the word!

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JP Zarka founded Pro Wrestling Stories in 2015 and is the creative force behind the website as editor-in-chief. From 2018-19, he was the podcast host and producer for The Genius Cast with Lanny Poffo, brother of WWE legend Macho Man Randy Savage. His diverse career includes work as an elementary school teacher, assistant principal, and musician, notably as a singer-songwriter with the London-based band Sterling Avenue. Zarka has appeared on TV programs like “Autopsy: The Last Hours of” on Reelz (U.S.) and Channel 5 (U.K.) and has contributed research for programming on ITV and BBC.