WWE Hall of Famer Arn Anderson spoke with The Post & Courier to talk about his neck injury, Dolph Ziggler and being a Horsemen. Check out the highlights down below:

If He Did Not Suffer A Neck Injury, How Many More Years Could You Have Gone On To Wrestle?  

"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."

What's It Like Being A Horsemen? 

"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."

What's It Like Working With 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."