Chuck Caroll interviewed Mr. Anderson on behalf of the CBS affiliate out of New York. Anderson talked about TNA Wrestling's decision to return to a 6-sided ring, recent departures and uncertainly regarding the future on Spike TV as well as wrestlers being given the green light to pitch storylines to creative.
Below are some excerpts:
“I believe my first day in the company was the first day they had the four-sided ring back,” he said. “I thought at the time I had really dodged a bullet because I wasn’t excited about wrestling in a six-sided ring.”
Anderson revealed he actually likes the 6-sided ring because it presents more room to work. However, he doesn't like that cables are used as opposed to traditional ring ropes.
Regarding recent departures, Anderson commented:
“I have no hard feelings toward Sting or anybody else who attempts to make a living in this business,” he said.
Regarding the future of TNA Wrestling:
“Honestly I think the sky is the limit. I think that we have the greatest wrestlers in the world working for this company,” he said. “I know that I’m probably biased, but I tend to be able to step back and look objectively.”
Anderson revealed TNA wrestlers have been given the green light to pitch storylines and ideas to the creative team.
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