MJ: Your love for sports entertainment, how far back does it go? Who are some of your favorite legends?
Outlaw: I started watching at 8 years old. I think Saturday Night Main Event was the first show I saw because my uncle was a fan. I remember being awe struck and instantly hooked. I grew up with the WWF, AWA, WCCW, and NWA which were all on TV at the time. I remember always taking a liking to the bad guys like Kamala, bruiser Brody, John Studd, and of course my favorite Ric Flair.
MJ: I was 9, you got me beat by a year! I was raised on Saturday Night Main Event as well! Tell us were you a backyard wrestler making home videos, wishing to be a WWE star? Continue reading Interview with The Outlaw
MJ: Let me begin by thanking you for this opportunity and for your time. Let’s go back a bit, when did your love for the squared circle begin?
Vinny: I appreciate you guys reaching out to me. This is a no brainer. Still have the visual etched in my brain. I was 7 years old in the Philly Spectrum and watching Bret and Slaughter go back and forth. I was beyond sold that this was my life.
MJ: What a match to be at that would sell anyone! Who were some other legends you followed growing up or possibly mimicked?
Vinny: Those early years I was captivated like most by the larger than life dudes like Hogan, Warrior, Sting, Macho Man, etc… It was always a bad day to be my Ted Dibiase wrestling pillow buddy. I constantly whipped his ass. As I grew older I really gravitated towards tag team standouts like Faces of Fear, LOD, Brain Busters, and Steiner’s.
MJ: Besides that match at the Spectrum that changed your life, when did you knows your love and hobby for wrestling would further into a career? Continue reading Interview with the “Punk Rock Pitbull” Vinny Cenzo
MJ: When did your career begin with FWF?
Atomic Dog: My time in FWF began a few years ago in 2010 officially before FWF bought out NWS that was in association together. The talent was shared between the two promotions. I have already had an in ring relationship with promoter JD Smooth. He always said he wanted me on his shows, but due to other reasons I couldn’t do the Sunday shows. In 2010 that changed and I began going to Delaware to do the shows.
MJ: What legends besides junkyard dog have influenced you? Continue reading Interview with Atomic Dog