AllWrestling.com Week In Review had a chance to interview Luke Harper, whose new movie, Mohawk, is out now on iTunes and Amazon. They sent us these highlights:
His new movie, Mohawk:
"I think that this a period piece that is not your typical good guy's bad guys, white man chasing Native American story. It is a relevant story to what's happening in today's world and it is a thought-provoking piece that will make you wonder who's good and who's bad."
His knee brace in the film:
"So that was written into the movie before they even sought me out. So when we did the interview, he was like; hey the character in the movie has a knee brace, would that deter you at all? And I was like, here's the thing, I have a knee brace on right now because I am rehabbing. So, no it is actually fine. And so he's like, we need you to limp, and I said yeah, yeah no problem."
Origins of The Bludgeon Brothers:
"That came about with me and [Rowan] being frustrated with sitting backstage. Meeting with Vince [McMahon] and brainstorming to the point that this was born. And basically, when he told us we could carry giant mallets around, we said, 'Sold!'"
His Wyatt Family dirty tank top:
"If you're a fan of Indie wrestling at all, you can go back to I think 2007 - 2008 and you can see me wrestle CHIKARA. And you can see me wrestle in a tank top and you can see me wrestle in a tank top that doesn't look like the one I have in WWE. But it's the same one.... People don't believe me. I have three tank tops which I wrung terribly, fixed them many times. I had people rip them in the ring and swear at them and I'd fix them. And they're hanging in my closet now... always washed.
"So back in CHIKARA, I used to have to wipe the floors with them to get them to fall apart and eventually after so many washes the color would just stick, and I kept them. So a lot of people don't believe me but it's very true. Ask, my wife she is not happy about it."
You can listen or read the full AllWrestling.com Week In Review interview by clicking here.