Justin Romero is better known by the ring name Acey Romero, and he is best known for his tenure with Impact Wrestling. Fans know Romero for his time in the wrestling ring, but he has much more to offer from his talent-pool.

Some years ago, Romero almost got to show off his voice on television. Romero expressed his singing talent when he auditioned for the reality singing competition The Voice. He revealed the same on the Limitless Wrestling Podcast.

Back when the wrestler auditioned, the judges were Adam Levine, Christina Aguilera, CeeLo Green, and Blake Shelton. Unfortunately, he never made it to TV. He survived three rounds in the crapshoot called auditioning.

Romero seemed to have a hard time during his singing venture. He revealed many negative aspects of the competition as he went on during the podcast.

“They weave through and they make you feel good about yourself if you do really well and then they cut your brakes off and give you a hug and get you out of the building as fast as they can.”

He made it three rounds and got eliminated, so he never made the television. If he had made it to the TV, he would’ve probably picked Adam Levine if he reciprocated. Then probably CeeLo or Blake.

Romero said he would have been too intimated to pick Christian Aguilera, though he did admit she could help him with his singing. Romero is currently a free agent after obtaining his IMPACT Wrestling release.

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