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In dieser Rubrik findet ihr 567 Interviews mit Wrestlern und Offiziellen, die im Laufe der Jahre auf Genickbruch veröffentlicht wurden. 74 der hier gelisteten Befragungen wurden exklusiv von Genickbruch-Mitarbeitern durchgeführt.

Exklusivinterview mit M-Dogg20
How did you get into pro-wrestling and who were your early favorites?
I liked me some wrestling whenst I was a tiny youngster and I was always big on Hulk Hogan, Jake Roberts, Randy Savage, and Dusty Rhodes. I liked Dusty so much I had my family name our dog after him. Then I found out wrestling was "fake" and I hated it and thought it was very homoerotic. After seeing an ECW PPV my interest in Pro Wrestling was reborn and I thought it might be something fun to pursue. It wasn't until the past year or so that I decided this was something I really wanted to, and could possible do with my life.

How did you get involved in backyard wrestling?
I began my wrestling career soon after discovering and falling in love with Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW). I then participated in a few backyard matches that went on to be immortalized in the Best of Backyard Wrestling video series. Though I often wrestled in a ring, in a building, in front of fans, I was untrained at the time and thus consider it backyard wrestling. I decided I wanted to take wrestling more serious and got trained at the Cleveland All-Pro Wrestling Training-Center in Cleveland, Ohio.

Please tell us about your friendship with Josh Prohibition.
Josh and I met in high school because we're both Straight Edge (drug and alcohol free) and have similar musical tastes. We both have an undying love for true punk rock and that's what brought us together. He used to come watch my band play and I'd go watch his and do backflips off the stage. He introduced me to ECW and the rest is history.

How did you get your name M-Dogg20, for what the "20" stands for?
It was a last minute decision I made seconds before my in ring debut. I came to the show with 2 completely different gimmick's and couldn't decide which one I wanted to do. Well I finally decided to do the fun lovin, break dancing, generic gangsta one so all I needed was a name. The ring announcer asked how to announce me and the coolest thing I could think of at the second was "MDogg20". I've just always thought it sounds cool, the "20" has no significance, I began using the name when I was 18 and I'm 22 now.

What do you think of the current situation in Philadelphia wrestling scene?
Can't we all just get along? I think it's over saturated and draining on the fans. I think promotions should cover areas with hungry fans who don't get the larger more professional companies coming through. I think areas like Pittsburgh, Chicago, and New York should be looked at instead of everyone overcrowding Philly.

You left CZW and joined XPW, how did you get connected with XPW? How was your feeling to join CZW´s rival XPW?
That's best explained on the front page of my website at www.mdogg20.com It was a very tough decision but one I felt I had to make and one I'm happy I did.

Can you explain us, what is the biggest difference between CZW and XPW?
I think the major difference is that XPW has resources that CZW doesn't as well as national aspirations. XPW runs in Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, and has plans to run other places across the country. XPW also begins PPV in July whereas I don't see CZW ever making that step. Furthermore XPW releases tapes across the county at well known nationwide chains. Finally I think the roster of XPW has an immeasurable amount of talent and experience in it.

You are a great high-flyer, could you imagine to wrestle in the X-division of NWA-TNA or in WWE´s cruiserweight division?
Right now one of my goals and a personal dream of mine is to wrestle on PPV. I'd very much like to wrestle for NWA-TNA as the X Division is full of unbelievable talent that fits right into my style of wrestling. Being a part a WWE's cruiserweight division is my dream job and a sort of life goal.

How did you feel after winning the XPW Tag Team Titles in your very first match in XPW?
It was flattering that they had that much faith in us. A lot of people think that's why we left CZW but the truth is we didn't know we were definitely gonna win the belts until that day. It was a very hectic day and I was real nervous because we had a lot working against us. I was just glad the match came out well and we were able to contribute to the show.

Please tell us, why Ian Rotten let you win the IWA Mid-South Heavyweight Title in your first match for IWA Mid-South!
lol, sounds to me like a question you should ask Ian Rotten and not me. All I can say is that it was a total shock and an absolute honor. I'm forever grateful for it.

Many people say that the adjustment of wrestling goes too far and has exceeded the borders of the good taste. What do you say about these accusations?
I think wrestling, like all other forms of entertainment, must change with the times to stay in business and compete. I personally think some of the gimmick matches are ridiculous and that many of the story lines go way too far but I don't think that problem is really evident on the indy's though.

Who has been the biggest influence on you in the business?
Josh Prohibition and I trained together and broke into this business together so we've long influenced each other.

Please tell us your future goals!
I have several goals I'd like to reach in professional wrestling. I'd like to wrestle on PPV, I'd like to wrestle in another country, and I'd like to get a WWE dark match.

Is there anyone from the past or present that you would particularly like to wrestle?
If I had to pick one person it would be the Dynamite Kid because he was light years ahead of his time and I think him and I could have done some incredible stuff. I'd also like to have singles matches with AJ Styles and Super Dragon. I wrestled them in a 4-Way on the second night of IWA's Sweet Science 16 Tournament (Ted Petty Invitational) and I got a taste of what incredible talents they are.

Have you ever wrestled in Germany, if so what did you like most and what didn't you like?
As I mentioned earlier one of my goals is to wrestle in another country, so no, I've never wrestled in Germany. I'd love to so if you're a promoter, worker, or fan, please do what you can to get this high flier overseas.

Is there anything you'd like to say to all Youthanazia and XPW fans in Germany?
I'm still shocked that people in other countries even now who I am. Thank you for taking the time to read this and hopefully I'll get over there someday to wrestle for all of you. In the meantime check out my website at www.mdogg20.com for pics, merchandise, video clips and all that good stuff.

word association:
Rob Black: Rob Black is nothing like what I expected. Most people who criticize him have never even talked to him. I judge people by how they treat me personally and Rob Black has been great. He's real passionate about his business and a very animated and humorous guy.
Ian Rotten: An extremely nice, genuine guy. Again, nothing like what I expected. I really truly appreciate everything's he's done for me from putting me over for his IWA Mid-South Heavyweight Title to including me in the Sweet Science 16 Tournament to putting me over in XPW's locker room.
Josh Prohibition: Never heard of him
Creeping Death: more than 1, less than 3
Rey Mysterio Jr.: an inspiration
Chris Hamrick: There's no way I could write anything about Hamrick and have it be less than 4 pages. The guy is absolutely hilarious and just all around awesome. One of my best friends in this business.
Low-Ki: Only met him briefly once backstage at ROH. I really like his intensity and at the risk of sounding gay his physique.
Christopher Daniels: Possibly the best unsigned talent out there right now.
AJ Styles: My favorite wrestler at the moment.
The Amazing Red: He's a ninja! Would love to wrestle him again.
Jonny Storm: That's my boy! I love Jonny Storm, really one of a kind. I've learned a lot from him and he couldn't be funnier, "this is how you yanks dance isn't it?!"
Jody Fleisch: Would love to work with him some day, breathtaking.
Dynamite Kid: Probably my favorite wrestler of all time, light years ahead of his time.
Rob Van Dam: His matches with Jerry Lynn are what made me want to be a wrestler.
www.GENICKBRUCH.com: I wish I could read German, haha. I can't believe they have my profile up, it's flattering.
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