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Arn Anderson Shares His Thoughts on Being a Horseman, His Fan Support, Dolph Ziggler Beating Himself Up in the Ring, and More
Posted by Jeffrey Harris on 07.20.2014



- The Post and Courier recently interviewed WWE Hall of Famer Arn Anderson. Below are some highlights:

Anderson on being a Horseman: "Being a Horseman isn't something you put on in the morning and take off at night. It's a state of mind. It's excelling to the best of your ability. It's four individuals thinking singularly, acting collectively."

Anderson on his support from fans over the years: "For me to still be recognized after all these years of not being on TV, by anybody anywhere, is still a thrill and I really appreciate it. You know the guys who did it for the money ... they're not around. You knows the ones who did it for the glamour ... they're not around. But when we went through that curtain, we tried to outdo each other. Tully and I would try to outdo Barry and Ric, and Ole and I went out and tried to outdo Tully. We were feeding our own egos to see if we could do it, but it basically was for the fans. They were the benefactors. They got the best show possible. It was for them, and we always knew that. Without them, nothing happens."

Anderson on learning from Tully Blanchard and J.J. Dillon: "I learned from them. Both of them, in their own way, were a lot better than I was. I was very fortunate and very lucky to have been in their presence. There was a time that - I don't think, I know - we were the best in the world. And I have no problem saying that. It was each man carrying his own weight. J.J. was a smart man, a great talker, a great organizer. Tully was a great performer - as good as anybody out there - and a great partner. So it was a very special time, and it will be great to relive that at this event. It will be a celebration of just that."

His thoughts on what might have been if he'd been able to continue wrestling: "I would think for sure I would have had at least five more years. Without the last neck injury, even running on fumes for the first two, I could have gotten by. But who knows? Maybe 10 more years. Thirty-seven is not that old. The crazy thing is that I had those terrible neck injuries, and I wasn't one to come off the top (rope). I really feel for these guys today."

Anderson's thoughts on Dolph Ziggler: "Dolph has got to be one of the toughest men to put on a pair of boots. But he's going to be like Cactus Jack (Mick Foley) in another five years because that kid beats his body up more than anybody on the crew. I do know this. In my dealings with him, when I'm his producer, he gives everything he's got. He does some really phenomenal, athletic stuff."





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