Former WWE Champion John "Bradshaw" Layfield recently did an interview with the Bermuda Sun on his time in pro wrestling, the "JBL" character, playing the heel, and his life since moving on from the ring, and more. Below is a sample of the interview, which you can read in full HERE.
On who he enjoyed wrestling:
"The Undertaker was [by] far the best. He and Eddie Guerrero — who was proabbly the most popular Hispanic character of all time — and those guys were just magicians. Those guys were so good and so professional and talented. With some guys, I wrestled hard, they wrestled hard but there was no chemistry. It's frustrating because you're wanting people to be happy because they're spending hard-earned money. You want them to enjoy the show but I walked away thinking "I just didn't do my job".
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