Former WWE and TNA star, D'Lo Brown recently sat down with Steve and the Scum on WGD Weekly, discussing all points of his legendary career in a great 45 minute interview. D'Lo touched on his first interest in wrestling and all stops throughout his time spent in the business, right up to the present.
Highlights from the interview with D'Lo include him talking about:
His thoughts on the financial state of TNA and internet reports of their impending demise:
The "Mass Transit" incident in ECW involving his long time friend, New Jack:
Working with the creative team of Vince Russo and Ed Ferrara during the Attitude Era:
His memories of working with the late Owen Hart:
The horrible career ending accident in the ring involving himself in a match with Droz:
In addition to talking with Steve and the Scum in further detail on each of these topics, D-Lo also discussed his becoming a fan of the business at a young age, him and his friends renting out time with a ring at Larry Sharpe's Monster Factory, working briefly under his real name as WWF enhancement talent in the mid 1990's, going to Smoky Mountain Wrestling and working for Jim Cornette, his time working with the Gangstas in SMW, his thoughts on SMW being the first ever "developmental" territory, nearly being one of the "gimmick" talents for WWF in 1995, getting his break to work full time for WWF and debuting on Shotgun Saturday Night, being a member of the Nation and working with Ron Simmons, seeing the Rock blossom into a huge star, a "high speed food fight" between himself, the Rock, Mark Henry, and Brian Christopher on the highway at 80 mph, his feud with X Pac over the European title, the racially charged "Thuggin and Buggin angle with Teddy Long as his manager, working in the early days of TNA as opposed to when he returned years later to the company, his thoughts on several Attitude era legends including Steve Austin, the Undertaker, Triple H, and Vince McMahon, plus so much more.
WGD Weekly with Steve and the Scum interviews a different legend from “Wrestling’s Glory Days” every week as a part of their show. You can find all of their previous shows and get updates and information on upcoming programming on their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/WGDWeekly
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