Hello folks, Dick Thompson here! After the exciting and grueling HWA ppv 'No Surrender' last night, some talents came out a bit worse for wear. One of these talents was the HWA World champion Tommy Thunder, who I'm currently standing besides. Tommy, you're laying here in a hospital bed getting ready for surgery, what does this mean? How bad is this injury?
TT: What does this mean Dick? What does this MEAN?! It means that I haven't had anything to eat for the last 3 hours because of this stupid surgery!!
DT: Ahh, of course, you can't eat 6 hours before an operation. No wonder your cranky.
TT: Damn right I'm cranky. And you know what? I'm also pissed. I'm pissed that Dave Sullivan had the audacity to come out during MY World title match and assault me from behind like the coward he is. I was in the process of ending the career of Mark Steel. I was in the process of ridding this company of the cancer that is controlling the hypocritical fans of HWA.
DT: Like you say, Dave Sullivan interfered in your match. How will you react to this?
TT: Very simple Dick. When I recover from this injury, and trust me, I WILL recover from it, I will destroy the life of Dave Sullivan. I will make his life a living hell. He's messing with the wrong guy here. Does he know who I am? I'm Tommy Thunder, Im the best in this company at what I do, and I can do a lot of things. He wants to beat me up? He wants to take me out from behind? Fine, he's done that, but he needs to be aware of one thing. He's just made one enemy he will wish he NEVER made.
DT: Now I'm told that you have and injured back and knee. That's pretty serious, how long will you be out for? What happens to the title?
TT: I don't know how long I'll be out for Dick, And even if I did, I wouldn't tell you, because I don't want Sullivan to know. I don't want him to know when I'm coming for him. As for the title. I never lost it. This title is still rightfully mine, and like I've said before, I will keep this title for as long as I say that I keep it.
DT: Ok, thanks for your time Tommy, and god luck with the injury.