I'm not sure how to interpret やら in this line:


From this paragraph:


I'm not even sure about the meaning of this line, but I think it's saying that the speaker wants to fight ランディ・オートン and ジョン・シナ or wants to fight at his level. In the context the speaker is being interviewed about his debut in the WWE (he is from japan and I think he's talking about his new opponents. Also all this guys have similar age, maybe that has something to do with 同じ時代)

  • Uh, it's not just やら, it's やらなきゃ, a contraction of やらなければ. You're familiar with ~てやる, I presume? – Aeon Akechi Apr 20 '17 at 3:23
  • @Nothing at all so, is it と + して(verb) + てやる?? – Jon Apr 20 '17 at 3:40
  • Yes, it is indeed. – Aeon Akechi Apr 20 '17 at 3:40
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    @Nothingatall Actually it isn't ~てやる but として (postposition) + やる (verb). – broccoli forest Apr 20 '17 at 4:10

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