Professional wrestling legend and WWE Hall of Famer Jeff Jarrett who is a former four times WCW World Heavyweight champion recently talked about the former five times TNA X Division Champion Low Ki and said he was his own worst enemy.
Low Ki was one of the most impressive wrestlers of the TNA Wrestling during his time. He was one of the biggest attractions of the ex Division of TNA. He won the TNA X Division Championship a total of five times and fans were really loving him. He had to separated runs in TNA, and in both of them he was really successful.
Jeff Jarrett Addressed Low Ki As His Own Enemy
He had a quality time in Japan as well as he was one of the most active and famous wrestlers in the New Japan Pro Wrestling. In 2008 he got his biggest call as he was signed by WWE in the mentioned year. He was renamed as Kaval in WWE. He participated in the NXT competition, it was the time when NXT was a talent hunt reality competition. He won the season two of the competition.
It seemed like he was destined to be famous in WWE. His high flying styles were really attractive and fans were loving him. But he could not age well as WWE released him in 2010. After the release from WWE he could not find success anywhere. He tried different promotions including Impact Wrestling and NGPW, nothing worked well for him. Right now he is active on the independent circuit.
Jeff Jarrett who is a former four times WCW World Heavyweight champion recently spoke on his My World podcast where he talked about the former five times TNA X Division Champion Low Ki and said he was his own worst enemy. He said;
“Low Ki, especially as we sit here today, and it just wasn’t just in TNA, and in different promotions, he was always his worst enemy. His athletic ability and his believability in the ring, he knew how to work incredibly well so he wouldn’t hurt you.
“There would always be something when you get him right to the point that you’re going to push him to the next level, I don’t want to say self-destruct, but I read that about him and I’m like, yea. A lot of times he was his own worst enemy climbing that ladder.
“For whatever reason, he’s a guy that I think will go down in history and it’s like, ‘What if?’, because his skill set was there and he could talk as well. His stoic delivery was a unique presentation that I thought had a lot of money in it, but he never did quite get over that hump.”