Promoting shows versus being a wrestler:
"Well, let me tell you something brother. In the 90's, I was promoting wrestling. I'd get called by the wrestlers and they'd say, "Hey Bobby, how's the house looking?" I'd say, "It is looking pretty good." They'd say, "Well, I need more money then." Finally I got so frustrated with it, I was driving down the road one day and heard about Tough Man competitions. Well, I got into that business in 1993 and I stayed in that business until 2010 - Promoting Tough Man competitions that I called the Toughest Brawl."
The modern era of wrestling with so many promotions and if it mirrors the independent circuit:
"Actually, it is not like the territory days. The way I see it, there is a large under-current of backyard wrestling that is hurting professional wrestling. Anyone that uses the term "independent" to me, I wouldn't use it. That's already a step down. We're all supposed to be professional wrestlers. We had 4 or 5 hour car rides with the older generation. Those were our classrooms. What you have now is guys who might have 4 or 5 lessons from somebody and then they open up a wrestling school and they don't really know what they're doing. It is a long stretch of not good quality. There's the WWE, there's Ring of Honor, there's Impact Wrestling. There's a small string of good promoters out there. But, there are a lot of people that shouldn't be in the wrestling business."