Alex Marvez has an interview up with current ROH star and former WWE star Colt Cabana (aka Scotty Goldman) where he talks about taking part in some recent stand up comedy tours along with Mick Foley.
“I’m not even 30 yet, but in a couple years who knows if my body or wrestling career is going to still be there? Comedy is another true love of mine. Wrestling has opened a lot of doors for me, so I’m going to take full advantage of this.”
Cabana also addressed his time with WWE.
“I look at it from both a positive and negative standpoint. The positives are that I got to work for the biggest wrestling company in the world and earn a weekly paycheck for almost two years. I also learned a bunch in the developmental system from people like Steve Keirn, Tom Pritchard and Dusty Rhodes. On the negative side, I never did one (WWE) singles match competitively. I never did dark matches (before WWE television tapings) or was put on the road. In my debut match, I lost to Brian Kendrick. The next time, I was squashed by Vladimir Kozlov in a handicap match. Obviously, (WWE owner) Vince McMahon is not going to see that and say, ‘This guy is so talented. Let’s take a long look at him.'”
To check out the full interview, click here.
Thanks to Marc Kruskol for sending word.