Jake “The Snake” Roberts talks about possibly teaching wrestling psychology to wrestlers, and more, when he dropped by Pro Wrestling Powerhouse Radio recently.
Here are the highlights:
On his experience at PWS in New Jersey: “Well, I had a great time. I mean, ya know, coming back after the journey I’ve been through, man. Ya know, I went all the way off the deep end to such a dark, horrible place and then to rebound and become resurrected and step back out of it is amazing enough. But to have the opportunity to get back into the ring, the one thing I truly loved in my whole life, to have that opportunity to go back out and perform and be in front of the fans. And feel the itch and feel that twitch again…man, it doesn’t get any better than that. You have great crowds up there. It was fun being around the fans, talking to the fans. Enjoying my time with them…taking photos, signing pictures and whatever. It’s just a wonderful place I live in right now, man.”
Jake “the Snake” Roberts talked recently with Steve and the Scum on WGD Weekly. During this very candid 45 minute interview, Roberts discusses all points of his life and his legendary career, from his difficult childhood and struggles with addiction right up and through his current “rebirth” over the course of the past year working with Dallas Page. The interview can be heard in its entirety here:
The highlights of the interview include Jake talking about the following:
The possibility of buying TNA Wrestling: “…I want to run an Indigogo and raise the money to buy that son of a bitch and do it right. Not to be in competition with Vince, but to do wrestling the way I liked it. Maybe it will happen, maybe it won’t. But, now I hear the guy from Smashing Pumpkins is snatching it, so maybe I should just buy the band Smashing Pumpkins and go on with my life and start singing…”
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“’This is it. If you don’t get it done, you’re going to die,’” Roberts told himself before moving into DDP’s Accountability crib. “I mean, when you want to die, you can shut yourself down to that point. There’s no doubt in my mind I could do that to myself to die. Give up.”