WWE Hall of Famer Luke Williams of the Bushwhackers was the latest guest on the Pancakes and Powerslams Show and shared a number of road stories from his over five decades of being in the wrestling business. You can check out the full interview by clicking here, below are some highlights:
"If it was a main event, [Vince] never used tag teams. Tag teams were more of attractions. [The Bushwhackers] were attractions. One time he put Ted [DiBiase] and IRS together to work against Hulk [Hogan] and [Brutus Beefcake]. The rest of the time, the tag teams were never sent to the main events."
Strong characters not needing titles:
"When you have strong characters, like Jim Duggan, he's a character, he had the flag, he was over, he didn't need the belt. To me, when I was doing booking, I put the belts on wrestlers who didn't have so much of a character, but the belt helped them get to that level. Great workers worked their way up to that level."
His memorable 1991 Royal Rumble elimination:
"I still get stopped and asked about that 1991 Royal Rumble, were I came to the ring, Earthquake grabbed me, threw me out the other side, [I] landed on my feet, and started marching back. People remember that sort of stuff. And when you look at that, look how many years ago that was!"
Thoughts of retirement:
"I feel like if I stopped moving around, my body is going to lock up. As long as I can move around on the mat, I'll keep doing it. I try to keep in shape."
Criticism of being selected for the WWE Hall of Fame:
"We got a lot of negative publicity. Who are these two goons? Most of the wrestling fans didn't know about the Sheepherders or the Kiwis. You know, we first came in 1972 to the USA. Before that, we wrestled all over, [including] far east Japan. We first came to North American in 1972. None of the fans today knew that."