WWE NXT’s Mohamed Fahim Talks About Making It Big In WWE

Mohamed Abdelfattah is an Egyptian professional wrestler signed to WWE on its NXT brand under the ring name Mohamed Fahim. He holds experience in competitive fitness and boxing. Since 2006, Fahim had been a boxer and won a gold medal in the Egyptian Championships.

On 26 January 2018, Fahim was signed by the WWE and began training at their WWE Performance Center. He wrestled his first WWE match on 11 August at WWE NXT Live event where he wrestled Chinese WWE NXT recruit Jason which ended in a No-Contest. Since then he has also seen in some battle royal matches and few one on one matches for WWE NXT TV tapings.

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I recently had an opportunity to interview him which you can read below.

Q. Currently which promotion are you wrestling for?

I wrestle for WWE NXT.

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

Yes, I watched wrestling when I was a kid and my first wrestling memory was watching the entrance of The Undertaker.

Q. Who trained you?

I trained by coach Matt Bloom, Robbie Brookside and Norman Smiley.

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?

That would be 10 to 10.

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

More energy when the crowd is bigger.

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

No, I didn’t.

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

I didn’t wrestle in any weird places.

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?

Of course, my dream is to wrestle in the biggest wrestling event Wrestlemania.

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

Favourite matches would be, The Rock vs. Stone Cold and Ricky Steamboat vs. Ric flair.

Q. What your finisher?

Superman Punch.

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

Just follow your dreams, if you wanna be a wrestler it’s hard especially if you’re not coming from a wrestling family. So work hard, be patient and do your best and one day will be a superstar ⭐️

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