Ken Anderson Reveals Who Helped Him When He Debuted In WWE


Back in 2005, Ken Anderson officially debuted in WWE with his Mr. Kennedy persona.

Speaking on a recent edition of GAW TV, the former WWE Superstar opened up on who helped him out during the early days of his career.


The former United States Champion and two-time Impact Wrestling World Champion credited Matt Hardy, Shane Helms and Chris Benoit as people who took him under their wing. He said,

“Matt Hardy. I had Matt and Shane Helms. Benoit, I was under Benoit’s learning tree quite a bit when I first got there. You know, the thing about that roster when I got there was it felt like everybody was helpful. You had Booker [T], you had [Under]taker, you had Batista, Finlay.”

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