Acey Romero Reflects On Impact Wrestling’s Wrestle House

Earlier this week, IMPACT Wrestling talent Acey Romero spoke with the Limitless Wrestling podcast, for an in-depth interview covering all things pro wrestling.

During the discussion, Romero shared a look into the creative process behind IMPACT's Wrestle House event, which makes its return to the promotion later this week.

Check out Acey's comments below:

“It was a lot of fun. We shot everything in two days. All of the wrestling matches were shot on the same day. It was probably like 95 degrees in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Everything was filmed outside where it was this WrestleMania style, high up. We would do that and then one day we’d film all the talking scenes. It was very cool, cool that I got to show a different side of my personality. The whole process was awesome. I got to do my first ever cinematic wrestling match. That took four hours. Four hours to film that and the segment was like nine minutes on TV. It was a lot of stop-start and we would film different angles. It was a chore, but it was cool because we weren’t wrestling in front of fans anyway, so at that point we were the only ones doing something different on TV.”