Sean Connery as CJ
Velvet Sky as Barbie
Monkey D. Luffy as Mr. One Piece
The Green Men as comedy
Are you going to keep doing this Naked Gun joke?
O-oh...My bad. Sorry. I couldn't stop watching them all day yesterday when I wrote my questions on a napkin.
Anyway. For all of those who don't know. This is Jacob Cass. He was with WWE for quite a while and in the short time of being there he accomplished quite a bit. But we will get into that shortly.
First question to you Jacob, is what got you into the Wrestling business?
Well, in all honesty. A joke did. You see I was 1 of those people who took the piss out of this business and me and my friends did a dare of joining a wrestling school when we were quite drunk. Long story short. I ended up gaining a lot of respect for every wrestler and decided to do it as a job. I mean, I was unemployed at the time so why not. I ended up truly loving this business.
I see, unique entrance no doubt. How did you sign up for WWE then?
They scouted a few of us from this small indy company and I accepted. I went to FCW to train in their style of wrestling and 3 years later I made it into the big stage.
This is where you true accomplishments began yes?
I guess so. I won NXT and helped Rey Mysterio beat the snot into a few of the ex-NXT superstars at Survivor Series.
Your biggest role was in the WWE vs. WCW storyline though correct, how did that feel?
In a word. Amazing. Sure, I was the runner-up in the Royal Rumble, nearly won the Elimination Chamber to become World Heavyweight Champion, upon apon a time a #1 contender for the WWE Championship too. I may have lost at WrestleMania too but I headlined it. Which is a truly great honour that not a lot of people can say. Especially in EWA.
Although I didn't accomplish any of these, I did more then anyone who had been in the company for less than half a year and I did save WWE from the smelly WCW haha.
Who in WWE was your biggest role model then?
None of the current people. I mean, Rey took me under his tattoo'd wing for a while and he is great. But Chris Benoit was and still is my true role model.
He would give every performance 100% regardless of turnout and he gave so much to this business. I know his story ends badly but I remember Chris Benoit the wrestler then what happened outside the ring. (HINT HINT HINT!)