Category Archives: Interviews

Interview with Atomic Dog

Atomic DogMJ: 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

Interview with Super Fan Rob

MJ: Ok Rob, first I got to know what is it about Daniel Bryan that makes you a fan?

Super Fan RobRob: I was always a fan of Chris Benoit. When I saw Daniel doing a flying head butt and a crippler cross face of his own I became a fan. Also I was always a fan of the Dean Malenko early Chris Jericho, Eddie Guerrero, and Benoit. His struggle and ultimately his victory echoes the struggles of those technical masters who put on great matches but never got main event booking till the very end of their careers when in the mainstream. Also Daniel Bryan always took a beating and kept coming. And like I said, he tips his hat to the tragic heroes of the great WCW era that went toe to toe with WWE/F’s attitude era‚ĶDaniel Bryan’s comedic presence when rocking with Kane was also a winner. I love a good sense of humor in a wrestler like when Big Show made his SNL debut and everyone was like heeeey that guy is hilarious!

MJ: Your love and passion for wrestling, how far back does it go? As a kid who did you idolize or wish you could be? Continue reading Interview with Super Fan Rob

Interview with Johnny Kool

Johnny KoolMJ: Thank you for taking the time for this interview with AYP Wrestling, your time is appreciated. Let’s jump right in, March 29th, Lacey Township you experienced the Stinkface! What does that do to ones’ ego?

Johnny Kool: Yes I got the Stinkface from that 450 LB Samoan beast. Not once but twice! First time was in Sterling NJ and then again at the Lacey show. Rikishi is on my hit list! I still cannot get that smell off of me and experience daily nightmares. It is the most disgusting experience ever…

MJ: As I can see from social media, you are definitely a jack of all trades, and wear many hats. When did you know the role as manager in Sports Entertainment was your calling? Continue reading Interview with Johnny Kool