There was a time when TNA was home to numerous talent who called the company home for a very long time and in many ways they had some groups of long time talents. One those "founding fathers" per say was Eric Young. EY was one of those long time employees that had a home in TNA wrestling for many years under many different guises. Young had been everything from the comedic joke, to the overly comedic baby-face.
In many ways due to his loyalty to TNA he would become the TNA version of Tommy Dreamer. Though some of you may see this as a bad thing I for one view loyalty as a positive thing rather than the idea that EY only held the World title due to the fact that he was the only guy left. Now I will allow the interview to take the control and speak for me:
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