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"We both were trained by Killer Kowalski," said Sandow. "But I think if you look at the history of our business, you can draw comparisons to a lot of guys that have come before. There's the Gorgeous George element and so many other things. I think what makes people successful is just being able to be themselves. Throughout the course of time there's been so many characters and personas, and there's going to be comparisons drawn. However I believe I am the first-ever 'Intellectual Savior of the Masses.'"
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