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Road Dogg and JBL struggled to work as agents for Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens since "everything was questioned"



This week on "Stories of Brisco and Bradshaw," Road Dogg made a guest appearance to discuss his relationship with Vince McMahon, as well as dealing with Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens

Road Dogg talking about his relationship with Vince McMahon:

"He paid for me to go to rehab, which, in my mind, and in my heart, directly equates to me being alive today," Road Dogg said.

"He did the same for my brother, Scott. He then re-employed us for 10 years, paid me well, and gave me life experiences the likes that I'll never see again. So what am I going to be mad about? Who am I supposed to be mad at? Because I can't keep up with him? Because I can't outwork the super human worker. The man is a machine. He works and works and works, and I personally couldn't keep up with him. That's on me. That's not on him."

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JBL said Sami Zayn was he reason why he quit as an agent after six weeks:

JBL said, "I lasted six weeks as an agent. I walked in and said, ‘I will not be doing this anymore.’ I love Sami. I think his character is great. But I was his agent and everything was questioned. Everything."

Road Dogg added, "Kevin (Owens) is the same way. Every single thing needs to be talked out and talked about a lot, and I'm talking about from the reversal of an Irish Whip to, well now do you put your feet here? I would always just say, 'You all put something together and come back to me', because I wasn't going to sit there and debate because that will do it. Sami Zayn will do it, but he's the nicest guy in the world."

JBL continued, "Sami is a nice guy. He's extremely talented, but when I had to work with him as his agent, as soon as the match was over, I walked up to John Laurinaitis and said, 'I will not be here next week.' He said, 'Is it that bad?' I said, 'I'm doing commentary only."

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