Concerning how he feels about his release from WWE, Striker admitted that he was "heartbroken."
"That was my dream job," Striker admitted. "I had no business being in the WWE for as long as I was there. I learned so much from all of them. I'll always love wrestling. I'll always love the WWE. They gave me a chance when no one else would."
During the interview, Striker became very emotional discussing how much he appreciates the wrestling business.
"I love this. I love what WWE does," he said. "I love with Japan does. I don't have much else in this world, I never have. The one thing that gave me passion was wrestling and the WWE. Now, I have to find something else to fill that void."
You can watch the full interview in the video above.
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