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Marvel recently spoke with TNA's Joseph Park. Here are the highlights…

On His First Year With TNA: Well, you know, it's been a wild year. It's been crazy. I gotta say the most memorable thing was getting my first win—my first big W against Robbie E. But it's been a whirlwind year to say the least for me, and I really think going to Slammiversary is a chance for a part of me to get a little momentum for a change and start to progress a little bit. I want to keep getting better and better, and practice and so forth. Get myself to where I need to be. I think Slammiversary could be hopefully a nice avenue for me to get to do that.

On Facing Devon at Slammiversary: Well you just said it yourself: The deck is stacked against me. Not only am I in there with a very, very smart and very, very tough competitor in Devon but I also have to worry about the rest of his buddies in the Aces & 8s, so I'm going to have to have eyes in the back of my head. I'm going to be training hard. I'm going to be hitting Ohio Valley Wrestling, getting as much ring time as I can and just preparing for a fight. It's going to be a battle. There's no doubt about it. I need to stand up for myself and stick to my instincts and not back down, and that's exactly what I'm planning on doing.

On TNA's Fans: We've got a fantastic group of people here, and I'm talking everybody from Dixie Carter on down. I think what makes us special as a locker room and as a company is the support that we give each other and the competitive edge that we push each other to reach every week. I think another thing that makes us different and special is our fan base. We have a loyal following that's been with us for almost 11 years now, and they've been fantastic. They've stood by us and I think that camaraderie and that workmanship in the locker room between all of us relays into positive television and the fan base has been right there to support us throughout it. I think it's a combination of our locker room, and the talent we have here—which is second to none—and our great fan base.

On Changing From Spider-Man to Hulk Comics While Growing Up: I think just because of the power and the strength. Spider-Man was a little bit more finesse. Spider-Man was a little quicker obviously and climbing walls and so forth, which doesn't really describes me. I think I'm more of an Incredible Hulk guy—big, obviously; big in stature, big in fire, big in strength. I think that's why I gravitate a little bit more towards the Hulk than towards Spider-Man.