Bipartisanship and decency are thrown to the waste side because people want their party to win so badly.
I'm always teasing and clowning around and laughing and in the locker room I tend to always have something to say.
I loved my time in Deep South Wrestling. We trained so hard and I got a crash course into the world of sports entertainment and pro wrestling.
Make America Great Again was a political slogan. It was used before, I believe Ronald Reagan used it before. It was about making America great and rallying America. Unfortunately, I would say 10 percent of the population that voted for President Trump has a different view. They have embraced it as ‘Make America White Again.'
I think the climate of wrestling has changed. I think the big guy, The Giant, The Big John Studd's of the world are an endangered species because the business has become smaller.
Everything changes from week to week in WWE, and that's what's cool about it. All it takes is one minute you're smiling and the next minute you can be a savage.
I had a very good babyface run, but establishing a monster heel - which I think I would have excelled at - and a poor WrestleMania track record is a hard pill to swallow.
I never imagined as a kid that anybody could beat up ‘Mr. Wonderful' Paul Orndorff because Gorilla Monsoon and Bobby Heenan convinced me he was the toughest guy, that Andre The Giant was bigger than life, that Hulk Hogan was amazing and dug down deep.
It was some great times and some great moments… I'm proud to be a WWE alumni. If it wasn't for my time there, there's no way I'd be excelling at Fox and acting.
Snoop Dogg eats terrible. That's another reason I had to leave him. I would have been dead of a heart attack. He literally eats at 7-11. That's where he does his grocery shopping or it's Roscoe's Chicken & Waffles, or it's Denny's delivery. There's not a piece of salad or vegetable within two miles of this dude.
I'm chomping at the bit for more movie roles as long as it doesn't interfere with my WWE schedule.
I used to work for a spot called the 'Saddle Ranch.'
So that's kind of like how I was, even body guarding with guys I was more of a talker and ran my mouth and smiled and stuff and it kept people off, especially if a guy's is fired up and you're laughing at him or smiling or winking at him it just messes with their mind.
I think if I was like Fred Astaire out there or like break dance fighting and doing crazy splits and stuff like that I think people would be like, 'ehhhh, I'm just going to watch him,' but the fact that they're like, 'I can do that,' it's fun and I think they lose themselves.
We need term limits desperately in this country.