With IMPACT just having celebrated its 20th Anniversary, Road Dogg reflected on his TNA factions.
During a recent 'Ask Dogg Anything' episode of his Oh... You Didn't Know podcast (via AdFreeShows), the man once known as B.G. James commented on the differences between 3 Live Kru (himself, Ron Killings, & Konnan) and Voodoo Kin Mafia (himself and Kip James aka Billy Gunn) and which he likes more.
"Look, I love the 3 Live Kru because it was all about having fun and we did have fun. When Billy got there, we became VKM and it became serious, for us, anyway. So because at that time, like I said, it was a dark time, I was in my head. I would have fought Hunter and Shawn in a heartbeat, but I wasn’t in my right mind. Now it’s 20 years later, or whatever, and I got my right mind about me, I know those guys always looked out for me and were good friends. So we were serious when we were VKM, we were trying to get them to fight us, or whatever, but when I was with the 3 Live Kru, man, we were just having fun every week. So probably I like the 3 Live Kru better. I know Billy won’t like to hear that, but I don’t like 3 Live Kru better than I like The New Age Outlaws, don’t get me wrong. As far as the timing and everything that was going on, 3 Live Kru was really fun. Plus there was three of us so I only had to do one-third of the work, not half," he said.
3 Live Kru lasted from 2003 to 2005. Voodoo Kin Mafia was born out of The James Gang in 2006 and saw the former New Age Outlaws take shots at Vince McMahon and the recently reformed D-Generation X.
During another recent episode of his podcast, Road Dogg shared his pitch for a WWE Network show called 'The Paranormal Outlaws.' Click here to read more.
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