Christopher Daniels Talks TNA Changes, If TNA Is Moving In The Right Direction, The Current Roster
Source: The Rack
If TNA is moving in a positive direction:
"I absolutely think TNA is moving in the right direction. I feel like we've been on a roll ever since we've gotten back from the U.K. All the television that we've been doing, the stuff taped overseas went very well so far, so it's going very well especially with Bad Influence in the fold. Go to W r e s t l i n g I n c .Like I said, we're the most entertaining part of this roster and as long as we're doing that dance down the aisles, you can be assured that TNA is the television that you should watch."
The recent TNA overseas tour of the UK:
"It was a very difficult tour in the sense that logistically in that we were traveling a lot. We had very little time down time; we arrived in Dublin, had a show the next day, and then the next day flew right to Scotland and went right from the airport to the building to hit our show in Glasgow. Then, that night, we drove from Glasgow, Scotland to Manchester, England and spent many hours on the bus, got in late and got up early the next day to do the show in Manchester, then drove to London to do Wembly, so we spent a lot of time on the bus and did a lot of traveling to get from place to place and get those five shows done in five days but the good thing about is we were all together. We definitely, as a team, put out some great television and did some great shows and had a great response from the UK crowds which is one of our most ardent support groups, the UK fans.
"Absolutely, every time we go over there, they're some of the most enthusiastic fans that we wrestle in front of, and the chance we get to go and do TV in front of them again, like we did last year, it definitely adds to the presentation of our product. So, I feel that's always been a highlight for our year, to go over there and do the UK tour."
Who he may like to see come in to TNA and his view on the current roster:
"Oh wow. Nobody comes to mind; I think we have a really good roster right now. I feel like guys like Manik and Kenny King haven't been on television in a while who are still part of our roster. So, I'm actually hoping for more returns than actual new faces but, at the same time, I'm always happy to see new talent in TNA. Go to W r e s t l i n g I n c .I always welcome new talent, and when I heard guys like Davey and Eddie were coming in, I was very happy to know that we'd get an opportunity to work with those guys. I'm looking forward to working with MVP in that same respect. But nobody off the top of my head that I could name; if I knew that question was going to be asked, I'd have done my homework. I did not study for this particular test no one gave me the syllabus so I wasn't quite sure what I'd need to study for this particular test so I fail in that respect."
His favorite Throwback Thursday incarnation:
"I'd have to say the Legion of Boom was my favorite. Actually, the truth is the only one I had any say in terms of coming up with it was that one. All the other ones have come from the fertile mind of Francois Kazarian. But I definitely enjoyed the Legion of Boom; I was really happy we got the chance to do the Left Coast Bulldogs in England. For those of you who don't get the chance to watch Explosion, go on Youtube now and look it up. It's actually playing today on Explosion on Challenge TV overseas but for those of you who have access to Youtube and not access to Explosion, you can watch it now. I'd say it's one of my finer moments."
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