WWE Hall of Famer Scott Hall spoke to Title Match Wrestling recently, who asked him about the defection of Karl Anderson and Doc Gallows to the WWE from New Japan Pro Wrestling. With Hall's son Cody in the Bullet Club alongside the two, Hall was pretty familiar with the act.

Hall said that Karl Anderson fits the Anderson mold because he actually reminds Hall of Arn Anderson. Hall also complimented Gallows' ability to make the most out of the poor gimmick he was originally given in WWE.

"I'm happy for Anderson and Gallows. Anderson is kind of like Arn, the mannerisms in the ring. Gallows was Festus before, and he did that pretty cool. He's talented, I like him. Anybody who shows love for my kid, I got love for. Cody told me that a lot of time sponsors take them out and he holds court, he's so funny," Hall said.

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Hall mentioned how much the wrestling world has changed since he was involved. Hall said that his son being around main eventers who don't have vices makes him feel much better about Cody being in wrestling.

I'm really happy that Cody got to hang out with (AJ Styles). AJ's one of those guys that don't drink, don't do drugs. Like the Young Bucks. I'm just happy that my son is around guys on top who do that. They still go out and have fun, but I came up in an era where all the top guys drank and did drugs," said Hall.

You can see Hall's full comments in the video player above.

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