All Elite Wrestling‘s Sammy Guevara recently sat down with Scott Fishman of TV Insider. When asked if he’s gotten some advice from anyone in the locker room with a child on the way, Guevara said it’s been more about people offering advice than asking for it.
“It’s not so much at turning to anybody for advice as it’s people coming up to offer advice, which I think is super cool,” Sammy Guevara said. “I’m more to myself for the most part, so it’s nice people are going out of their way to help.
“People like “Hangman” [Adam Page]. Him and I have known each other in AEW for four-and-a-half years. We talked the longest we’ve ever talked in a long time. Not about wrestling but about babies. I asked him a million questions about what he went through with him and his wife, about the birth and afterward.
“What the future holds for Tay and us? We both work at the same place. I think it will be a learn-as-we-go sort of thing. We’re trying to get her family here from Brazil, which isn’t easy with the visa issues. But if anything, it’s going to be the traveling baby.
“I think it will be a fun journey. Last year we got two kittens. That was a whole thing when you’re gone for weeks at a time. So we brought them with us. If we start the kid off young traveling, they are not going to know anything different.”
All Elite Babysitters?
When it was mentioned that he has a lot of potential babysitters in the All Elite Wrestling locker room, Guevara said that was true and spoke about the cool vibe backstage when other people bring their babies to work.
“It’s true,” Sammy Guevara said. “It’s cool when Renee [Paquette] brings her kid, or other people bring their babies. It’s always a cool vibe with everyone trying to help each other. I’m excited for this next chapter. I don’t know what to expect, but that’s being a parent.”
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