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    His WWE debut in 2001 as "The Stalker" on his feud with The Undertaker , If it was up to him, how would be have debuted himself in the WWE: I would have showed up, and blacked out the entire arena. Everybody thought it was Chris Jericho, but then he gives a 5, 10, 20, 30 seconds, and then all of a sudden JR would say "hang on we got some technical difficulty" and then for the first time ever you would hear my voice say "Who's the real peoples champion?" Then the spotlight hits me and I go, "Your looking at him" Throw it up ( his diamond cutter sign ) bang up, explosions, and go to the ring
    What are some of his most revered memories during his career in WCW: Winning the world title. It was in that four way dance with me, Hogan, Sting, and Flair. Three of the most iconic names of all time. The first match I had with Savage (WCW Spring Stampede 1997). For Randy to take the diamond cutter, nobody saw that coming. That move came out of nowhere and "BANG" (laughs), and 1-2-3. It was electric. It's what really set my career to a different level.
    His thoughts on winning the WCW Championship when he was 42 years old, did he ever along the way ever get people telling him his career will be over before it starts: In The beginning, I had people telling me I couldn't do it cause they all knew my age. So what I did was stop telling people. Cause I look so much younger, act so much younger. It all about how you live your life.
    Other topics include his thoughts on WrestleMania 28 after being there live, discussing the RKO/Diamond Cutter with Randy Orton, what percentage of his life revolves around wrestling now, and more

 

 

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