Who he enjoys watching today:
To be honest I don't watch much of the current product unless I know some of the legends are going to be featuring on the show. I always watch when Roddy Piper is on, him and I are good friends and the same with Hulk Hogan. Dolph Ziggler, Seth Rollins and Daniel Bryan, I've known these guys for the past 10 years, AJ Styles, Samoa Joe all these guys I've known for a long time and they have all come such a long way.
Being inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame:
I'm really looking forward to being inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame, the night before WrestleMania 31. Butch is flying over from New Zealand for it and it will be a very special moment for the both of us.
What he's doing these days:
I've been a wrestling booker for lots of different promoters for many years and I still wrestle at shows all over America and I do shows in Europe and the UK. The main thing that takes up most of my time is running my gym, Clearwater Beach Fitness which is above Hogans Beach Shop, Hulk Hogan and I are good friends and he and a lot of other wrestlers come to my gym.
Highlights from his time in WWE:
We got to work with some really good tag teams during our time in WWE. One of the best feuds we had during our time in WWE was against Arn Anderson and Tully Blanchard, The Brain Busters. We worked well with Earthquake and Tugboat, The Natural Disasters. One of the toughest teams we fought was The Warlord and The Barbarian, Powers of Pain. Vince McMahon owns all the footage of us from when we worked for Stu Hart's Stampede of wrestling as well and from our time in NWA, a lot of it is probably available on the WWE Network.
Vince McMahon as a boss:
Vince was a great boss, we enjoyed working for him, he's a promoter and I've been a booker for many promoters around the country but as a boss I couldn't fault Vince and he would work his socks off, he was always at the shows and he would always make time for you if you ever wanted to talk to him about something.