Source: False Comeback
The Brooklyn Brawler was recently interviewed by False Comeback to discuss his upcoming book, who is the best ribber he's ever worked with, who in the WWE today he has helped mold, and more. You can check out the highlights here:
"To tell you the truth I can't even tell you somebody I haven't wrestled cause I've almost wrestled everybody, and if you listen to Jericho's podcast it tells a lot of stories but I got at least 50 more stories which I'm gonna write in a book. I'm going to write a book that is going to tell you every story of my 32 year career."
If he has started writing the book yet:
"I haven't yet but it's in the works. It's gonna be beyond something. If you thought the podcast was good wait till you hear the stories in the book, I could elaborate a little bit more."
If he'll be talking about ribs as well in the book:
"I got so many ribs in my head, you have no idea. Some I can tell, some I can't, but in by book Ima tell them all."
Who is the master ribber:
"Master ribber would have to be -- Davey Boy was a good ribber, Owen Hart was a master ribber, Marty Jannetty was a ribber, there was so many -- it's all in the podcast, listen to the podcast on Podcast One. Chris Jericho, if you haven't heard it you're missing out."
If there is anybody in the WWE today that he had a helping hand in their career:
"You see people in WWE that came through me, already had a talent that was not yet discovered and if it wasn't discovered by me it would have been discovered eventually."
His friendship with Hulk Hogan:
"All I can say is Hogan was one of the greatest guys I've ever met, he's a tremendous talent, he got one of the biggest pops I've ever heard in my life in the business. I don't got a bad thing to say about Hogan."
If he'll ever return to WWE:
"You said the words, never say never."
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