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And Undertaker is another guy when he's around, I try to talk to him as much as possible. I feel like I have a good rapport with him and I try to talk to him as much as possible. If you use any of the quotations that appear in this article, please credit Sam Roberts' Wrestling Podcast with an H/T to Wrestling INC for the transcription.
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Among other things, Cass talked about who he modelled his ringwork after, who he (figuratively) looks up to behind-the-scenes, being on a different brand than his real life girlfriend, Ms.
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And pretty much anything he says I kind of take as gospel.
If he says it, that [has] got to be the right way to do it.
It [has] got to be." Cass explained, "he's a guy that definitely, when he says something, it has to be true to me. Yeah, we try to stay as far away from it as possible." Also during the interview, Cass shared that he is quite proud of Jason Jordan and happy to see his recent success on RAW.
I'm like, 'yep, that's right' and I just do it that way. We see each other one-and-a-half days a week." Cass reflected, "we talk about everything but wrestling. "No matter what rivalries you have or whatever, you're all proud of each other because we all came up together, pretty much, especially those guys in FCW like Jason Jordan. I was with him in FCW, like, going that far back and both having been in NXT, like, you're proud of each other." Listen to the show here.
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If Cass had a dime for every day off he could spend with 'The Princess Of Staten Island', the NYU Violet would have very few dimes indeed.
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