Haku Says Japan Is Showing His Sons Respect

Last week, The Two Man Power Trip of Wrestling Podcast was joined by the absolute face of fear, HAKU on their 350th episode. Haku took a long look back on his storied career as well as address the stories and the tall-tales shared by so many of his fellow wrestlers about his history and whether or not he actually is the toughest man to ever step through the ropes of a wrestling ring. But Haku doesn't stop there, for nearly an hour he relives stories about his early days wrestling in Canada, teaming with Andre The Giant, the Islanders tag team as well as his run in WCW helping elevate younger talent. The full episode is available for download at this link.

Getting the chance to work with his sons in New Japan:

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“I always try to give back to the Japanese and for what they have done for me. I've always said that no matter who the promoter is that it is only a job but in Japan it is showing them that I respect them and am grateful. With New Japan we've gone to New Zealand together and of course Japan and I hope that my boys understand that. With this new generation I'm not too sure sometimes if they understand that. I'm not too sure if you know that sometimes history ends and my life is to give back and It is my life  to show them the way and I hope they understand that. In Japan they know our relationship and they give me another chance to go there."

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