Robin Lekime Talks About His Achievements In Pro Wrestling For The Past 20 Years

Robin Lekime is one of the best wrestler in this business today. He is also known as Bull, Roberto Lequimez, Carnage, Mr Vain, Sir Robin and Rob Lekime.

He is 5’9″ feet tall and weighs 235lbs. He started wrestling in the year 1999. He has wrestled in countries such as Belgium, France, Netherlands, Germany, Italy, Ireland, UK, Japan, Canada and the US.

Lekime has won several championships such as 4 singles and 1 tag team in Belgium, 2 singles in the Netherlands, 6 singles in France, 2 singles and 2 tag team in Germany and 10 singles in the UK.

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Q. Currently which promotion are you wrestling for?

I work mostly for CWE in Canada. I do 2 tours there each year. Every tour is around 30-35 days long. Besides that, WrestleForce, ASW and HEW in the UK.

Q. One of my questions was going to ask if you watched wrestling as a kid and what was your first wrestling memory?

I first saw wrestling when I was 12 and I was instantly hooked to it. The Ultimate Warrior was the first wrestler and The Demolition was the first Tag Team I saw on TV.

Q. Who trained you?

I was trained by 2 older Belgian wrestlers on how to bump and run the ropes. All the rest, I had to learn on the road.

Q. On a scale of 1 to 10 how hard the wrestling mat is, and then how hard are the ropes when you are running off them?

Hard to answer, every ring is different. Some use cables, others use real ropes. After 20 years, your body gets used to it.

Q. How is it wrestling for a smaller crowd than an average wrestling event?

What’s an average wrestling event? Any event could have between 10 and 10000 people. I’ve worked in front of 20 people and I’ve worked in front of 4000 people. My work is the same.

Q. Have you ever travelled to other countries to wrestle?

I’ve wrestled in 10 different countries on 3 different continents.

Q. Where’s the weirdest place or what’s the strangest events you have wrestled at?

In France, I wrestled in a ring that was floating on a lake. Very different as it’s constantly moving.

Q. Do you want to wrestle on a big show like Wrestlemania? Is that something you can imagine or is that not where you want to go with your career aspirations?

WrestleMania would be cool but I think at my age, WWE isn’t interested.

Q. What’re your favourite matches of all times, if you could pick one or two?

ROH’s TK O’Ryan and I had a fantastic match in Kirkland Lake, Canada in 2018.

Q. What your finisher?

Whatever suits the match and opponent. I like using a piledriver or a screwdriver (vertical suplex into a piledriver) or the STF for a submission.

Q. To wrap things up is there anything that you would want to say to your fans, or anyone thinking about becoming a wrestler?

If you want to become a wrestler, find a good school. Don’t think it’s easy, it’s not for everyone. Dedicate yourself to it. Study the basics, the old ways. Be respectful. Eyes and ears open, mouth shut. Look like a wrestler.

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