Devon Speaks on Life After TNA, His Future, Team 3D Charity Event, Career Regrets, the Reverend D-Von Character & More

Nick Paglino

Former TNA star Devon recently did an interview for FloridaToday.com, and he discussed a number of topics, including his TNA departure, his future in pro wrestling, being a free agent and more. Below are some interview highlights:

On his post-TNA plans:

"Actually, I am going to spend more time with the family. I am not done with wrestling. I still have the Team 3D Academy in Kissimmee training wrestlers. There is still a lot for me to do, but I am going to relax a while and enjoy some time off. I will be able totrain more and get in the best shape of my life, and then focus on what is next. Only God knows what he has planned for me and where I am heading; I am just his co-pilot."

On the subject of having of any regrets in his career:

"No," he said. "Some might think I regret the Reverend D-Von character in the WWE, but I actually liked it. I think that was just a case where Paul Heyman and I just saw the character very differently. He is a genius and he would write these scripts for me that I didn’t feel were right for the character. If you don’t feel “it,” it is not going to work. It worked for awhile, but we were on two different pages. Paul created the Dudley Boyz and gave us our start, and I love that guy dearly, we just didn’t agree on the Reverend D-Von character. We bounced back after that character and went on to win championships, so it is all good."

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