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Abyss talks about the Broken Hardys, working with Hulk Hogan, more

Abyss recently appeared on The Two Man Power Trip of Wrestling podcast. They sent us the following highlights:

On the Broken Hardys:

“I think it is incredible and awesome. I think it is groundbreaking in a lot of different ways. Matt and Jeff Both have reinvented themselves and Matt really is the character and he is that. So it is such a great transition for them, so unique the whole angle with the Delete or Decay stuff, The Great War at Bound For Glory and everything that we have done with them has been incredible and I think it has been groundbreaking in a lot of ways and very different and very talked about. It has been fantastic and a great effort by a lot of different people.”

On is first character transformation into the lovable Joseph Parks and working with Hulk Hogan:

“It was a ton of fun and huge challenge. It took a lot of work and a lot of creativity and I had a lot of great help with the writers and producers. A lot of it was really me and really who I am and I was just able to mix it and do a complete 360 from Abyss and I just thought about it like that and it was a very big challenge. But it was something that was a lot of fun especially how it was able to come together how it did and it was a great moment for me. (Hulk) it was another a true honor to work with one of, if not the biggest icons in wrestling. To work with him and have a relationship and get to know him and be around him and we got along fantastic. It was a great expereince and another great moment in my career.”

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