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I Worked My Whole Life For This Moment - Nigerian Wrestler Celebrates WWE WrestleMania Win

WrestleMania 37 has come and gone but some of the wrestlers are still reacting to the drama and the excitements they witnessed at the grandest stage of them all.

Championships changed hands and one of the fortunate WWE wrestlers was Sesugh Uhaa popularly known with the stage name Apollo Crews who defeated Big E to capture his first Intercontinental championship.

The Nigerian drum fight eventually delivered with the story of Babatunde Aiyegbusi who served Apollo Crews as a royal bodyguard at the expense of Big E who was about to retain his belt.

After the win, the Benue state muscular figure has taken to social media to celebrate his latest feat by describing it with the best phrase as possible.

The 33-year-old stated that he has worked hard to be able to accomplish the Intercontinental championship victory at his first career WrestleMania.

"I’ve worked my whole life for this moment."

Apollo Crews has also won the World Wrestling Entertainment United States championship before he was dethroned by the current WWE champion Bobby Lashley last year.

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