In a recent interview with The Augusta Free Press, former multiple time tag team champion and WWE Hall of Fame Inductee Ricky Morton spoke on some interesting topics, here are some highlights.
Morton comments on what it was like working with Ric Flair.
"Ric, being Ric, we did 17 straight hour matches. It was called Broadway in our day. You notice when I was on the Hall of Fame show, I said, 'Me and Ric went down Broadway many a nights.' I don't know if you remember that. That's where I got my PhD. The boys knew what I meant. I walked down Broadway. That's an hour time limit."
Morton speaks on the WWE Hall of Fame and how the company treated Morton during WrestleMania Weekend.
"They flew me and my family down first class. Pick you up at the airport. When you get to the hotel, the room was bigger than my house. Serious, dude. It's on the top floor of the Marriott. And my kids are the same way. And the food. I told them, my God, I'd live 500 pounds if I lived around here. Everywhere you went, somebody was cooking, and I'm not talking ham and cheese. I'm talking crab legs, I'm talking steaks this thick. Gosh, man, it was unbelievable.
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