Working for Vince McMahon:
"It put me in an angle and in a program with their top guy, their top heel. So timing was good for me. But again timing was good only to a certain extent. It was good that I was put in the middle of that program working on top with Bret but from a physical standpoint my career was rapidly coming to an end because of some major injuries I had sustained and wasn't able to make it last long because my body just gave out on me shortly after being there. It didn't happen all of a sudden these injuries were something that I had been fighting with a couple of years prior to getting to the WWF. I knew when I had signed that I would probably be there for a short time because my body was rapidly failing me."
Training under Verne Gagne:
"Now when I get to Verne (Gagne) and I was able to get around more seasoned people and under the tutelage of guys like Wahoo (McDaniels) guys like Vern, Greg (Gagne), Brad Rheigans it was a step beyond what I learned in Moolah's. I was at a point where they were able to teach me the importance of selling, of a fiery comeback from a babyface, that emotion and learning the psychology of the business of the things that I did that not learn in Moolah's. It was obviously greatly advanced from what I had learned from Moolah and those guys she had over there training me. Still it was very important in the building of my career."