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Exklusivinterviews

In dieser Rubrik findet ihr 554 Interviews mit Wrestlern und Offiziellen, die im Laufe der Jahre auf Genickbruch veröffentlicht wurden. 64 der hier gelisteten Befragungen wurden exklusiv von Genickbruch-Mitarbeitern durchgeführt.
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Exklusivinterview mit Sick
How did you get into the wrestling business, especially into CZW?
I was a big ECW fan and decided it looked like something I could do, so I went after it. I trained at Al Snow's Bodyslammers in Cleveland, OH, then started working on the east coast. I had been reading about CZW's ultra violence in magazines and decided that I want to be there. I sent Zandig a tape of some of my matches, and he gave me a shot. Things took off from there.

You have been trained by Al Snow. Has he been a good trainer? What is the biggest difference between Al's wrestling style and yours?
Not Al Snow, 2 of his former students trained me. He was busy with the WWF. The main difference between him and I is the amount of risks I take.

The CZW prefers to take quite a violent wrestling style. Is that hard for you to handle?
I knew it wouldn't be, and that's why I joined CZW. CZW's the first place where I actually felt at home. It wasn't like, "look at that freak, why does he want to bleed?" anymore. I love when we have crazy brawls like H8 Club Dead? or Stretched in Smyrna. I had a lot of fun on both of those shows.

Why did you change your own wrestling style from highflying to hardcore-highflying with ultraviolent elements in?
I've always done violent stuff in my matches. It's just that lately I've turned it up more than a notch. I guess I'm testing myself to see how far I can go. So far, I haven't reached the limit. It sometimes worries me to think how far I may go someday.

What was the biggest highlight in your wrestling career?
Maybe wrestling with Super Crazy in the 3 way ladder match. It was really an honor for me to work with someone I admire so much.

Is there a special match where you really can say that that was your toughest one?
Hmmm, when I did King of the Death match for IWA Mid-South, those were a couple of legit fights. I had a good time there, but both of those matches got pretty nasty. You kinda have to do it that way for kotdm, though.

What wrestling style do your personally prefer to take? The highflying style based on technic or the ultraviolent style?
If you haven't figured it out by now I'm kind of surprised. I'm one of the only guys in this business who mixes EVERY single one of those styles. My style is all styles mixed. My goal is to be ablt to work a good match with anyone.

Which injury has been your very worst?
Tough to say. I've broken my right wrist 3 times. It has arthritis in it now, and if I break it again, my doctor says I'll need surgery. I use like a whole roll tape on my wrists in each match now.

And what is the thing you are most afraid of (not only concerning wrestling)?
Honestly, living a boring life and blending in with everybody else. I don't think I'd be much interested in life if I lived a routine, patterned life style. I need to be different.

Which guy from the CZW lockerroom do you get along best with? And is there anybody from CZW you call your friend?
Eddie Valentine and I have been very good friends since about the time I started wrestling. We knew eachother before I was ever in CZW. I get along great with Trent Acid, too.

Would you like to wrestle for the World Wrestling Federation?
That's a tough one. I think it would be quite a thrill, but I don't think I'd be willing to give up my entire style to work something like a Right to Censor gimmick or something. I'd love to work with the Matt Hardy, Jeff Hardy, Rob Van Dam, Bubba Ray Dudley, D-Von Dudley, etc. But I'm happy in CZW now and that's where my thoughts are centered.

If you could turn back time - would you do anything in another way?
Sure, I think we all would if given the chance.

Have you ever wrestled in Germany? If so what did you like most and what didn't you?
I haven't wrestled in Germany but I'd love to. I like to see other countries and different cultures. It seems like CZW has quite a few fans in Germany, so maybe you'll us there someday.

What are the first words that come to your mind when hearing the names...
The One Man Army: injured
Zandig: frightening
Ric Blade: gone
Wifebeater: gound beef
Nick Berk: technician
Justice Pain: good champion
The Messiah: fits in well
Hayabusa: hero
Sabu: idol
Paul Heyman: innovator
The Sandman: beer
Hulk Hogan: yawn
The Rock: on top of the world
Steve Austin: bad knees
Triple H: huge
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