AEW superstar Jungle Boy has revealed he still THROWS UP before most of his matches.
The 25-year-old, whose real name is Jack Perry and is the son of famous TV actor Luke Perry, has taken pro wrestling by storm.
That is despite the fact he had absolutely no experience performing on television before joining Tony Khan's promotion.
However, the American grappler is still dealing with pre-match jitters and has adopted a strange ritual to help calm him down before walking through the curtain.
The ex-AEW World Tag Team Champion admits he vomits in a trash can almost every time he prepares for a wrestling bout.
Jungle Boy told WhatCulture Wrestling: "Now, I still get nervous.
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"I throw up in a trash can most weeks before I go out. But, in a way, most of the jitters are gone.
"I know I can hang with these guys. I can do what I need to do, and now that part’s out of the way, I feel more confident in what I’m doing.
"Just trying to improve a little bit each time, you know it’s all you can ask for.”
Jungle Boy, though, is no stranger to the spotlight having been raised by Beverly Hills, 90210 star Luke.
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In fact, the late actor was no stranger to pro wrestling as he supported close friend David Arquette in his pursuit of success in the sport before his untimely death in 2019 at the age of 52.
Jungle Boy will be in action at Double or Nothing on May 28 at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
In fact, the California star will be challenging for the AEW World Championship when he takes on Sammy Guevara, Darby Allin and titleholder MJF in a Pillars Four-Way Match.
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