|By Raj Giri||January 20, 2013 | Comments|
"I really enjoyed working with Rey Mysterio when we were up against Kurt Angle and Chris Benoit, and The Guerreros," Copeland said. "The tag team with Randy Orton and myself was another one that I loved being a part of. I also got the chance to team with one of my childhood heroes, Hulk Hogan, and that was an incredible experience. Chris Jericho and I were really excited about teaming together, but we didn't get to sink our teeth into what we could have done as a team. We really wanted to throw it back to the glory days of Pat Patterson and Ray Stevens. We were committed, we were coming up with team moves, and all of the things were made to work. That's one where I think we would have done some killer stuff."
You can read more from the interview here. You can check out the full interview in issue 88 of FSM, on sale now from WH Smiths in the UK and Easons in Ireland.
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