Devon Dudley appeared on 93.1FM WIBC in Indianapolis, Indiana to promote WWE. Here are the highlights.
On keeping the Dudley Boyz WWE return a secret:
“Well, there [were] three, no, four or five people that knew we were coming back. And when you work for Vince McMahon, and he tells you, ‘don’t open your mouth,’ you don’t open your mouth.” Dudley continued, “we’re in this world where everything is found out because of social media and we were happy we were able to keep that on lockdown and it didn’t get out. And the surprise at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn [New York] was incredible. I told my family, I said, ‘if I die tomorrow, I’ll be okay’ because the ovation we got when we came back, I don’t think we ever predicted that would happen.”
On his favorite moment of his career:
“I think what stands out the most [are] the TLC matches that we had with the Hardys and Christian and Edge, which [are] being talked about even to this day. WrestleMania 17 was truly a day that I don’t think any of us, the [six] of us, will ever forget. We created history. We helped steal the show at WrestleMania that year and to be able to do that with such names as The Rock, ‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin, The Big Show, Mick Foley, to have guys like that, Undertaker, Kane, on the card, and for us to be able to do that, that was amazing.”
On if WrestleMania 32 can break WrestleMania 3’s attendance record:
“WrestleMania is truly the granddaddy of them all. In terms of sports entertainment, there is nothing like WrestleMania.” Dudley added, “you’re looking at 100,000-plus people that [are] probably going to be in Dallas [Texas] and that is probably going to be a record in itself because, remember, WrestleMania 3 broke an indoor attendance record of 93,173 people. So, to be able to shatter that record at WrestleMania 32, this is going to be great. I’m excited for it.”
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