Jack Swagger recently spoke with Music Recall Magazine.
Here are some highlights:
MRM: How did Zeb Colter become your manager?
Swagger: It’s a cool story. We were a couple weeks out from the Elimination Chamber in 2013. And we were in Nashville for a Raw TV taping, and Zeb lives in Nashville, and we knew we wanted another character to go along with the storyline. Triple H had an idea to bring him in, and he came in. He started discussing some ideas, and he did a couple promos on tape and Vince and Hunter just loved it. It was very meant to be. He already had the mustache and fit the character to a T.
Today’s feature “Survivalist Series: WWE vs. Glenn Beck”, by Grantland contributor The Masked Man, takes a close look at the feud between the conservative media personality and the wrestling mega-business. The piece examines the WWE’s history of using racially-charged storylines with a focus on the current characters Jack Swagger and Zeb Colter and their conflict with Beck.
The Masked Man asks the question: could McMahon and Beck be conspiring to combine pro wrestling and political radio into an unholy amalgam of lowbrow hucksterism?
AS I SEE IT – The Best Defense is a Good Offense
Pro Wrestling: Between the Sheets
It’s been said the best defense is a good offense. Nowhere was this proven truer than in Stamford, CT this past week.
Vince McMahon had a bigtime disaster on his hands. He’d just give a semi-main event match to Jack Swagger as the result of his win at Elimination Chamber. He’s set to face Alberto Del Rio for the WWE “World” Championship at Wrestlemania 29 in New Jersey in April.