Former TNA Gut Check opponent and wrestler Christian York spoke with Chad Dukes of 106.7 The Fan in Washington, D.C. For the entire interview, Click Here. Below are some highlights from the interview.
On the state of TNA:
"To be honest I think the company’s just trying to get through, so you have to make changes. WWE has to make changes with what they want to do the day of the show. You can’t just say this is how it’s going to be and six months from now this is how we’re going to get there, because things change. Guys get injuries, it’s ever changing. The guys sitting at home, everybody has the answers, right? The ones that don’t do it, everybody has the answers, and everybody thinks it’s easy, but it’s not. To try and run a company, that’s trying to do something that big, that’s not an easy thing to do. You have a lot of outside things going on, it’s not just about wrestling."
On Daniel Bryan:
"I think he's an inspiration for anybody trying to get there. I mean he's what, 5'8" and he doesn't fit the mold like you said but I think pound for pound he's the best wrestler in the world. He's the best worker in the world. You can have him do anything and he's gonna make it work. ""
On Bray Wyatt:
"When the buzz started going around about it, I guess when he first started doing the gimmick, I checked it out on You Tube that was before he hit the big stage, it was just the FCW, NXT or whatever. I saw his promos and said, "This is cool. I like this. This is definitely fresh." But I've been a fan of that guy's work. I was a fan of him as when he was Husky Harris. I enjoy seeing a big guy like him, his build, his weight, that can just move like a freight train. But i think the character's awesome. I hope there's a lot of longevity in that." """"