Rhino: The Honor No More Talent Brings Nothing But Positives To The IMPACT Product

Rhino likes Honor No More... except when they're hitting him.

Rhino is no stranger to invasions. Rhino was sided with the alliance during the WWF InVasion angle from 2001. Now, Rhino is in IMPACT Wrestling and that promotion is currently being invaded by Honor No More, a rogue group of former ROH wrestlers. despite what they're doing to him on TV, Rhino says he likes the rouges of honor and what they bring to the IMPACT locker room and TV product.

Two Bad Bitches Sing 'Sexy Boy'

"Well, I don't feel too good when they're punching me in my face, or hitting me with kendo sticks or whatever it may be," Rhino told Denise Salcedo. "But, you know, some of these guys -- like the first match Vinnie had in Ring of Honor was with me. Watching Taven, and Kenny King, and all these guys grow from -- because I was there in the early teens, you know, like 2000, for two and a half years, and, you know, watching these guys come in, they grow, and, [become] main eventers, and champions, and then to have them part of the locker room, when they're not hitting me, let me put it this way, speaking as a fan, it's great to have them as part of that locker room because they bring nothing but intensity, and they bring nothing but positive things to the locker room. So, or to the overall product, I should say."

Most recently, Rhino lost a match at Sacrifice to Eddie Edwards, the leader of the group, because of interference by Steve Maclin. We have live coverage of IMPACT Wrestling every Thursday night beginning at 8 p.m. eastern time.

If you use any of the quotes above, please credit the original source with a H/T and link back to Fightful for the transcription.

Get exclusive pro wrestling content on Fightful Select, our premium news service! Click here to learn more.