"First of all, I didn't know Road Dogg and Bret Hart had heat from back in the day or anything like that," Booker said. "I don't know where this was coming from or anything like that as far as Road Dogg saying Bret Hart wasn't a great worker. I emulated a lot of my work style after Bret Hart because I always thought he was a top worker. I always thought he was a high, upper echelon talent as far as, man this guy can work. You know what I mean? You don't say that about too many guys.”
Booker T continued, “You could separate the entertainer from the wrestler, but you can't separate the wrestler from the wrestler, if you get what I'm saying. What I mean by that is the wrestler, you know that guy is a top guy, and he's gonna be in a certain position because he can go out and give you what you need at any of these big matches, that main event. I ain't talking about mid-card. I'm talking about the main event. Okay. I know Road Dogg and they did a whole lot, but I don't know how many main events those guys worked in."
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