|By Daniel Pena | September 16, 2012 | Comments|
"My goal in the wrestling world is to become the Impact Wrestling world heavyweight champion and the face of Impact Wrestling," he told BodyBuilding.com in an interview. "I'd love to meet as many of my loyal supporters as I can. Impact Wrestling has some of the best fans in the world."
He also revealed that his dream opponent is Hulk Hogan. Regarding "The Hulkster," he states, "He has done so much in this industry and was one of the first wrestlers to inspire me."
The 6-foot-5, 295 pound grappler uses bodybuilding to hone his massive physique and competitive edge. He says of his overall philosophy on training, "My philosophy on training boils down to one thing and one thing only: intensity. Intensity is what I bring to the wrestling ring and to the weight room; it's what takes me out of my comfort zone and pushes me to the next level. There are many training routines out there. People tend to jump from one program to another. I believe that no matter what program you're using, if you apply intensity, believe in what you're doing, and give 100%, you're going to grow."
Terry also reveals his workout routine, his biggest lifts, how he wound up in TNA Wrestling and more. The full interview is available here.
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