Posted by TNA Wrestling News Staff on Jan 20, 2013
Mr. Anderson Speaks Out – TNA, Aces & 8’s & More

Mr. Anderson Speaks Out – TNA, Aces & 8’s & More

Mr. Anderson joined 4th & Pain, with Redskins defensive end Adam Carriker and former wrestling announcer Chuck Carroll, to talk about the state of company in 2013 and the NFL playoffs.

Before discussions turned to squared circle, Anderson made his Super Bowl predictions and believes the San Francisco 49ers will be hoisting the Lombardi Trophy after defeating the Baltimore Ravens.

He told Carriker and Chuck a funny story about taping a segment for Impact a couple weeks ago in which he encouraged his wife to tell her grandmother not to watch the show. He was concerned about them seeing girls sitting in his lap and playing with a beer bottle.

After the segment aired, his wife watched it on the DVR and promptly invited her mother to watch as well. They were none too thrilled!

As for what people can expect out of TNA in 2013, Anderson says a lack of long-term planning has been killing the wrestling business. Now, the company is taking the time to look into the future and develop well thought out storylines and not rush and hustle to create content which will be beneficial for fans.

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5 Responses to “Mr. Anderson Speaks Out – TNA, Aces & 8’s & More”

  1. 02Roadking says:

    He is one of my faves, and hooking up with the A+8's will hopefully give him inspiration as a heel…

    • Philly_Cheese says:

      Kind of funny how he made such a good heel in WWE yet he's been considered a babyface since he's come into the company. Personally I think he does far better as a heel than anything else.

    • Peckar says:

      I always considered him Neutral. He never really has been one or the other, he is sort of in that grey area, which is cool in its self.

  2. Treck says:

    Mr Anderson rules! He should lead aces and 8’s and call them aces and assholes 🙂

  3. ripwhoozwah1 says:

    Mr. Anderson is great whether he is face or heel, so his part in Aces and 8s just can not go bad.

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