Former three-time WWE Intercontinental Champion and former three-time World Tag Team Champion, Dustin “Goldust” Rhodes, was the featured guest on this past week’s all-new edition of the award-winning Monday Night Mayhem, hosted by Scott Hudson and The Big Mosh. Become part of The Mayhem Nation on Facebook (atwww.Facebook.com/MondayNightMayhem & www.Facebook.com/FeelTheMayhem), and experience The Mayhem on Twitter (at www.Twitter.com/FeelTheMayhem).
Goldust’s first-ever MNM appearance is now available for FREE download, exclusively on the Wrestleview Radio Network:
Dustin “Goldust” Rhodes/Monday Night Mayhem Interview (MP3 Streaming Audio): http://www.wrestleviewradio.com/WVIP_Preview/mnm092713.mp3
Interview highlights courtesy of WrestlingDVDNews.com‘s Aaron Carnevale, MNM’s National Correspondent:
The health benefits he has seen since starting DDP Yoga: “With DPP Yoga, there are a couple benefits. I stand up straighter now, and I can bend in ways I couldn’t bend. I feel so much better: my joints, muscles, and bones. It is awesome.”
His memories of working with Scott Hall as Goldust and what valuable lessons Hall taught him in his career: “Me and Scott have had some fun times with the Goldust stuff, even though we didn’t see eye to eye all the time. We always went out there and gave 110%. I had to learn and Scott was a good teacher. He taught me what I needed to know and how to do things the right ways, and I just grew from that. I love Scott.”
His expectations on the night of his WWE return earlier this month on Monday Night RAW against WWE Champion Randy Orton and why he took out his frustrations on Triple H via Twitter: “My nerves were shot. Cody loses his job, and my little brother had the world taken out from under him all because he spoke up. That pissed off my family so I started getting on Twitter saying things to Triple H. Going into that match with Randy, I was focused. I went into that match very focused and very nervous. I was fighting for Cody’s job, and I lost fair in square.”
With the current state of events in the WWE between the McMahons and the Rhodes families, whether or not he envisions his one-on-one Dream Match with his brother Cody in the foreseeable future: “It could take place in the foreseeable future or whenever, you never know what is going to happen in the WWE. But, I’ll say that I don’t want that anymore.”
Much more is contained in Dustin’s highly-anticipated MNM debut, including how memorable the night of September 2nd was for him on Monday Night RAW at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto, his recent war of words with Triple H on Twitter, how HHH and Stephanie McMahon have been running the WWE, the message he wanted to personally send The Shield after their attack on his father (“The American Dream” Dusty Rhodes), what the Rhodes Dynasty has in store for the WWE COO and his wife this Monday night on RAW, if he would be open to teaming up with his father and brother at WWE Battleground in Buffalo, how he first got started on DDP Yoga, the bond between those within the DDP Yoga fraternity, Scott Hall’s comeback story, and whether or not he believes a WWE Hall of Fame induction will be a reality for him in the foreseeable future. Mayhem Nation: Follow Goldust right now on Twitter (at www.Twitter.com/Dustin_Rhodes1), and order your all-new Rhodes Dynasty T-Shirts by logging on to www.ProWrestlingTees.com/DustinRhodes.
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