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M-Dogg 20 (english)
CAGEMATCH: Thank you for giving us from www.cagematch.de the chance to ask some questions.
M-DOGG 20: ...Thanks for the sexy opportunity
CAGEMATCH: What first made you want to get into pro wrestling? Were you a wrestling fan growing up? When did you say, "That is what I want to do"? And what did your family/friends say about that?
M-DOGG 20: ...I liked me some wrestling whenst I was a tiny youngster and I was always big on Hulk Hogan, Jake the Snake, Macho Man, and Dusty Rhodes. I liked Dusty so much I had my family name our dog after him. Then I found out wrestling was "fake" and I hated it and thought it was very homoerotic. After seeing an ECW PPV my interest in pro wrestling was reborn and I thought it might be something fun to pursue. It wasn't until the past year or so that I decided this was something I really wanted to and could possible do with my life. My family and friends have supported my decisions, I'm basically the envy of all my friends cause I wrestle every weekend in far off lands while they sit around digging their own graves drinking and smoking poison trying to remember "the good old days" that never even took place for em........in a nutshell, they're already dead.
CAGEMATCH: What was it like to be in the ring as a wrestler, for the first time? Was it exciting or was it hard for you to wrestle in front of a live crowd?
M-DOGG 20: ...I thought my first time in a ring would be my last so the match was nothing but garbage hardcore and like 25 minutes of breaking tables and killing each other with stuff. I wasn't nervous though because it was a lot of fun and all my friends were there chanting, "Bing Bang Ballsack" which got me pumped.
CAGEMATCH: You are since 1999 in the wrestling business, and I think most of the people, who are interested in independent wrestling know, that you have a backyard wrestling background. You also appeared in a nationwide sold home video. Could you maybe tell us a little bit about that time?
M-DOGG 20: ...Well my first of three backyard matches was in 1999. I didn't hit the indy scene until 2001 so I'm coming up on only my second year as a pro soon. I'm well known for backyard wrestling because all three of the backyard matches I ever had ended up on The Best of Backyard Wrestling Video Series and immortalized me as the King of all that is Backyard, lol.
CAGEMATCH: You worked for several indy promotions, but I think the most fans saw you the first time in April 2002, as you competed in CZW. How was it like? Were you excited?
M-DOGG 20: ...I've worked for a bagillion feds and I continue to do so. I was extremely happy to start with CZW and I'm glad our debut match last April was so well received by the fans. I enjoyed my time with Combat Zone Wrestling.
CAGEMATCH: You've been part of CZW's annual Best of the Best Junior Heavyweight Tournament and the IWA Mid South Ted Petty Invitational in 2002 which I think were both classic US indies shows. What was it like to be involved in these?
M-DOGG 20: ...It was truly an honor and I mean that in every sense of the word. I was a bit shocked to be included in both tourney's and humbled to be in the presence of Aj Styles, Jerry Lynn, Christopher Daniels, Super Dragon, Matt Styker, and all the other's involved in those events.
CAGEMATCH: In CZW you had some amazing matches with your friend and also tag team partner Josh Prohibition. What do you think about him, both, as a person and a wrestler?
M-DOGG 20: ...He used to have cool long hair but now he has a boy band haircut. He also used to have a pretty smile but he chipped his tooth dumb and dumber style. He has a real mind for wrestling and can visual things very well. He's original, solid, and consistent. As a person he's one of the only people on god's green earth to grasp the biomechanics and physics associated with the quest for ultimate coolness.
CAGEMATCH: You got the opportunity to be a part of the 4th annual Cage of the Death facing Ruckus and Sonjay Dutt. Your thoughts?
M-DOGG 20: ...Wish it would have been a singles match
CAGEMATCH: In October 2002, you debuted in IWA Mid South, and taking the World Heavyweight Title in your first match from Chris Hero. Does "wearing a championship belt" mean something to you?
M-DOGG 20: ...Yes because it shows the promoter has faith in you. They're taking a big chance on you and it's always appreciated.
CAGEMATCH: Just some days after the Cage of Death 4 you made a surprising appearance and joining XPW. How did you reacted after seeing the Backseat Boyz imitating you and Josh Prohibition? What made you joining XPW and capturing the Tag Team Belts from Mexico's Most Wanted?
M-DOGG 20: ...Haven't seen the Backseat Boys thing, hopefully it's funny. If you want the story on my switch to XPW check out the main page of my website (www.M-DOGG 20.com) It was a very tough decision but definitely for the better.
CAGEMATCH: What are your future plans? WWE? Japan? NWA TNA?
M-DOGG 20: ...I live day to day, I don't know what I'm doing tonight let alone in the future. Right now I'm booked 2-3 times every weekend for the next month or so so I'll just keep doing what I'm doing and see where it takes me. I'd love to go to the WW f'n E, I would love to go to Japan, and would love to be involved with NWA TNA. I have several goals I'd like to achieve in wrestling. One is to wrestle in another country, another is to wrestle on PPV, and finally I'd like a WW f'n E dark match.
CAGEMATCH: What do you think about the fans? Do you feel fans today are too demanding? Is it to much "we want more high spots and bumps"?
M-DOGG 20: ...Absolutely, they're spoiled and they think they know everything. They overanalyze and think they're too cool to lose it and "mark out" at shows. That being said I like the vast majority of fans, there's just a few with the above qualities that I resent. I wish I could just clone myself, when I go to a wrestling show as a fan it's freakin over. I'm the greatest fan of all time, I've never come home without losing my voice, and I jump up and down every second like the World Series was just won by a team of squid in women's underpants.
CAGEMATCH: What was the funniest story you've experienced inside a wrestling ring/locker room?
M-DOGG 20: ...It actually happened this past weekend at XPW's debut in Pittsburgh. I absolutely love being a part of XPW because the locker room is the closest I've ever been a part of. There's so much incredible talent and all the guys are a riot, they're so f'n funny somebody should release a behind the scenes type video and make a habillion dollars.
CAGEMATCH: Is there anything you want to say to your German fans?
M-DOGG 20: ...Thanks for taking the time to read this and I'd love to come see you all some day. If you're a promoter, wrestler, anybody, please do what you can to make my dream a reality. Check out my website for pics, video's, merchandise and all that good stuff at www.M-DOGG 20.com
CAGEMATCH: Thanks a lot for answering our questions! We wish you all the best for your future!
M-DOGG 20: ...Thank you, I appreciate it
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