Source: SLAM! WrestlingSLAM! Sports has posted quotes from Mr. Anderson's TNA conference call this past Wednesday. Here are some highlights.
Turning heel and face so many times: "There are things I wish could've been done a little bit differently. I probably wouldn't have chosen to make the switch so many times. I think last year I turned four or five times, maybe. It was a little hard for me to wrap my head around, but things have changed."
Having no regrets about his TNA run: "It's the wrestling business, you never know what to expect. You never expect anything and I came to learn that pretty early on in my career. They say believe half of what you see and none of what you hear in the wrestling business and I think that's pretty true. I've been pretty happy with the way things have gone in TNA. There's always room for improvement and I always look back at every single match and I don't recall a single one in the history of my career where I've sat back and said, 'That match was great, I love that match.' There's always something I'm critical of and I think you'll find that with most actors, athletes and most people who are just competitive in nature."
You can check out more highlights from the conference call at SLAM! Sports by clicking here.
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