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Booker T On The State Of WWE’s Tag Team Division, Life In Prison (Video)


The Score’s Arda Ocal (@arda_ocal) had a chance to speak with former World Heavyweight Champion and current General Manager of Smackdown, Booker T. Part one of the two-part interview has been posted (Part two comes Wednesday Aug. 29). Highlights from the interview are as follows:

On writing about his time in prison: “Just felt like I had to put it down on paper just so, maybe, some kid that finds themselves in the same situation that I was in, they can read the book and maybe come out on the other side, something quite like Booker T did.”

On the current state of the tag team division: “We’re trying to bring it back, we’re trying to revitalize the tag team division. Back in the day guys got into the business as tag teams….. we were formed when we first got there, we knew each other like the back of our hand, and that’s what’s different these days. You’ve got guys that’s getting into the business individually and not coming in together and knowing each other. Letting the fans know them as a tag team from the beginning and then parlaying their career into singles such as I did.”

Booker also comments on whether his past criminal life ever held him back in the wrestling business, what it takes to make it in WWE and how the organization should recruit talent.

  • hornswoggler from the chocolate factory

    I say give the titles to the prime time players, then they can just say that the copper titles clash with their style…lol
    They can then bring back the classic tag team titles that were worn by great teams such as the hart foundation, strike force and demolition

  • john

    state of the tag division? fu#ked is all i can say! titles are a piece of crappy gay copper which looks awful! bring the old tag titles back! get kofi and R truth the ( baby faces ) of the tag division and give it to a proper tag team either on raw or SD

  • OUDK

    new age outlaws would help tag team wrestling get going again