A fixture in professional wrestling in New England for over a decade, JT Dunn is ready to take on anyone, anywhere. Trained by Chris Hero (NXTs Kassius Ohno), Dunn had a banner year in 2018. Returning from a serious hamstring tear, he would notch wins against an all star lineup of independent wrestling superstars. Shane Strickland, Sami Callahan, Austin Theory, Jimmy Havoc, and David Starr have all been defeated by Dunn.
With a busy schedule, I reached out to JT last week and we had to schedule about a week in advance to do this interview. JT’s recent busy schedule had him go up against Sammy Guevara last weekend, and we discussed his upcoming matches this weekend. A triple threat match against Darby Allin and Scorpio Sky on Friday night, and a tag match partnering with long time colleague Mike Verna facing off with Christopher Daniels and Frankie Kazarian (SCU). He will also be involved in NEWs annual Over The Top Rumble match on Saturday night.
Interviewing JT Dunn was a really interesting, fun, and enlightening conversation. He opened up about his hamstring injury in 2017 going into 2018 and how it led him to reassess his approach to professional wrestling. He also talks about his influences in wrestling and how important mutual respect is to him.
Northeast Wrestling has 2 shows this weekend. Friday Jan 25 in Poughkeepsie, NY and Saturday Jan 26 in Waterbury, CT. You can find NEW events on the Highspots and PivotShare networks.
You can find JT Dunn online at the following social network addresses:
Facebook: JT Dunn