Check out this week's IN THE ROOM, as with Brady Hicks, as former WWE star and TNA agent D'Lo Brown checks in to offer his thoughts on everything from wrestling's glory days, to the network, to the health and viability of TNA as competition for WWE. Other topics of discussion included D'Lo's thoughts on being a "rock star" and part of pop culture during The Attitude Era … TNA's relative health, attempts to grow, and criticism of its management … working backstage as a "teacher," then going onscreen as part of Aces & 8s … the trial and error of wrestling angles … being a Nation of Domination member, including The Rock, D-X skit, Hart Foundation racism angle, chest protector, and Ahmed Johnson … and the "real" New Jack, including some crazy Smokey Mountain stories.
On The Nation of Domination Being "Short-Changed" as a Stable:
On TNA Trying to Compete with WWE:
On Joining the WWF as The Attitude Era Took Off:
On How Wrestlers' Appearances and Styles' Have Changed Over the Years:
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