WWE 205 Live star Mustafa Ali, who will face Cedric Alexander for the vacant Cruiserweight Title at WrestleMania 34, recently spoke with WWE.com and below are some interview highlights:

On fighting for progression in and out of the ring in WWE:

“To me, it’s a huge opportunity for representation,” Ali told WWE.com. “There are preconceived ideas and these barriers that have come along with a name like mine. [I’d be] typically portrayed as the ‘bad guy.’ I have a chance to knock all that down and show young guys and girls who look like me and have a name like mine, here’s a guy like you that chased his dreams and wasn’t worried about labels.”

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On WWE forgetting to add his name to the 32 man Cruiserweight Classic roster after the company had previously booked him for the tournament:

“I didn’t know what happened, if I had done something, or they had forgotten about me,” Ali said. “I frantically contacted William Regal to find out what happened. It was then I found out I was an alternate. I remember being so devastated.”

On his WrestleMania 34 opponent, Cedric Alexander:

“The biggest difference between Cedric and I isn’t our style, isn’t our background; it’s simply our mindset,” Ali explained. “Cedric believes he deserves to be at WrestleMania. He believes he deserves to be the Cruiserweight Champion. Cedric has the mindset that this already should have happened for him. I’m different. I’m the underdog, Cinderella story. I realize I’ve gotten here by a thread. I’m fighting for so much more than a championship, victories and celebrity status. I’m fighting for a purpose, fighting for those who can’t. I’m fighting for the right for others to dream without any limitation, without any worries. Cedric and I are worlds apart. We are very close friends, we have very similar styles in the ring, but Cedric is one man, while I’m fighting for millions.”