First I would to thank everyone who viewed and shared Part 1 of this interview and because of you guys and gals in became the most view thing on this site. I am very appreciative of that and I thank each and everyone of you. Now without further adieu let's get to Part 2 of the my great interview with Mr. Danny Cage.

 

Who is the best opponent you have been in the ring with, & who did you enjoy feuding with the most?



DC: I enjoyed wrestling Cliff Compton & Luis the Punisher Martinez. Was always fun.


 

If you could have a dream match with anyone in the wrestling active or retired who would you pick and why. Also what type of match would it be Singles, Tag Team, Multi Man, Gimmick match, etc and if there was any specific reason to pick the stipulation?






 

DC: I was only about 205lbs when I was wrestling but I loved the style of Stan Hansen, Brody & Gordy. So anyone of those gentlemen, I had the pleasure of meeting Mr. Hansen earlier this year and Larry & the boys all laughed at how excited I was to meet him. I'm usually no sell the hell out of everything. I couldn't when I met Mr. Hansen. He's the fucking man!

 

 

 

Out of all the companies you have worked for which company you have liked working for the most?


 

 

DC: I only worked a few places. I didn't have that many matches. Didn't get to travel that much. I say the matches I wrestled for WWA were my favorite. WXW was fun too. Have you modeled you’re in-ring or mic style after any or the past wrestlers or managers?

 

 

What type of impact has Larry Sharpe had on you and your career and do you take what you learned.

 

 

DC: Like I stated earlier, I did not have a long career with hundreds of matches. I never went to WWE. But I will with all honesty say right now that I am one of the best trainers in the world. Because, in my eyes being a trainer/coach is more than just teaching in ring techniques, & promos. It’s about being a mentor. A father figure. A brother, a friend and sometimes a mother fucker! But you have to know when to be all of those things or it just becomes noise. I always think about this when it comes to the school: I want to make the Monster Factory into the place I wanted it to be when I trained there. I want it to not only train you in the ring but also out of the ring. I believe the business of pro wrestling is in the state it is because too many people were worried about all the wrong things. I'm determined to bring pro wrestling to a new level. I couldn't do that without Larry Sharpe. If this was "Danny Cage's Wrestling Academy" nobody would give a fuck. But you put my same ideas, style & work in front of "Larry Sharpe's Monster factory" & now my work is validated. I truly don't care if I get the credit or not. I try to correct people when they call them "my students" I like to call them our students. The Monster factory's students. We are a brand. A very successful brand but not even as successful as we soon will be. Larry gave me the keys. That is a very hard thing to do. It's been his baby for over 30 years now. I don't ever think I could thank him enough for entrusting me with this. I take it very seriously. If you don't believe me, just ask any of our students.

 

 

Also if there is any event for a specific company or form of social media you’d like to plug feel free to.

 


DC: My twitter is @crap4face I also run our Monster Factory twitter which is @4MonsterFactory our website is www.MonsterFactory.org & our Facebook page is The Monster Factory.

On December 14th we have a show and on January 10th we will have Colt Cabana in for a seminar & a podcast taping with Larry Sharpe. Then on January 11th we have Colt Cabana teaming up with his good friend, Cliff Compton to take on Monster Factory Pro Wrestling tag team champions, The Legion of Anarchy!
 
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