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WWE Superstar’s 4-Year-Old Son Has Started Pro Wrestling Training

WWE Superstars will sometimes have pro wrestling in their blood. This is certainly the case for Chad Gable.

The wrestling industry is currently thriving, with WWE leading the pack among various companies, possibly more than ever before. You can never get started too early nowadays.

Chad Gable’s son has already initiated his training, even though he is too young to consider a career in the field at this point. In a recent Instagram post, the 37-year-old wrestler shared heartfelt words and photos alongside his youngest child, Charles James Betts, in honor of a special occasion.

Chad Gabe regretted not being present for his son’s fourth birthday due to his professional commitments on the road. Nonetheless, he expressed happiness as his son is displaying a significant inclination and enthusiasm for his father’s profession.

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“Daddy/Son private training session. Best hour ever?!? I think so. ⁣My dude started wrestling practice two weeks ago. Unfortunately, practices are Monday nights, meaning I can’t go (for obvious reasons.)⁣ That, along with some circumstances (unimportant) causing us to have to cancel his birthday party and me having to go out on the road today (his actual birthday) had me feeling pretty bad for the poor guy.”

“But no complaining or moping around in this house. ⁣We made some calls and got the wrestling room open all to ourselves for a workout before I left! ⁣He was so geeked. He worked so hard and completely gassed me out. I wish I had his energy. ⁣With Thanksgiving coming up, talk about being grateful… geez. ⁣I’m the luckiest man alive.”

This was a heartwarming post, and just the kind of thing that we needed to see today. Hopefully, Chad Gable can provide proper guidance for his little one if he needs any pointers.

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November 19, 2023 1:37 pm

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