Homicide Discusses The Infamous TNA Steel Asylum Cage Match In 2010

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During a recent appearance on the “Not Sam Wrestling” podcast, Homicide commented on the TNA Steel Asylum cage match from 2010. For those who may not recall, he was hung upside down from the cage and was unable to exit the hole at the top. He said,

“‘F*ck these motherf*ckers.’ It was so embarrassing. I don’t want to say ‘f*ck Hulk Hogan.’ He’s a legend…BUT. I always remember, we had a meeting and he wanted to take over and compete with Vince McMahon in the Monday night challenge. I was like, ‘Nah, let’s stay Thursdays. We’re not going to compete with a Billion dollar company. I know we had the talent, but we’re not going to compete.’ He had the balls to do it, alright, let’s do it. That little stupid Mad Max Thunderdome cage. I got so mad because I’m a great storyteller of matches. I hit somebody with a metal stick and it’s not a DQ. So let me go through this f*cking stupid hole. It was horrible. It was really a workout. I workout, but it was a workout thing. In the morning, Terry Taylor came up to me, I love Terry Taylor, he goes, ‘I want you to practice (climbing out).’ I’m a very confident guy. ‘Nah, I’m good.’ I should’ve practiced. I had a bad shoulder at the time and had rotator cuff surgery. The first live show, competing with Monday Night Raw and I was the first big angle. I f*cked up. It was one of the most embarrassing moments of my career. I should’ve practiced it. I had a bad shoulder and the story didn’t make sense. Jeff Hardy comes in, beats me up. He was late. His music played and he was late. I told Vince Russo, ‘I thought me and Jeff had a program.’ ‘Oh, let me think about it kid.’ If somebody says, ‘let me think about it’ and puts their hand up, I know what that means. I’m not stupid. I’m like, ‘Yeah, they messed up.’ I’m gonna get released.“

(h/t – Fightful)

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