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 Throw your hands in the air!  Wave ’em like you just don’t care!  Because as of now, all the members of Men on a Mission are right here!  That’s right!  We brought you the first post-WWE interview with Mable aka Big Daddy V.  We brought you the first ever shoot interview with Oscar.  Now former WWF Tag Team Champion Bobby  “Mo” Horne  joins them on ClubWWI.com for an uncut 50 minute  shoot interview that can only be summed up as explosive!  

No one is ready for the stories that Mo has to tell.  His tale is both uplifting and tragic as he details his love for the business and appreciation for the McMahon Family but his unhappiness with the way WWF management was allowed to treat talent.  Bobby tells horror stories about some of the incidents that occurred including the story of how Men on a Mission were fired two months after their debut, the role Yokozuna played in it, how Bam Bam Bigelow got involved, what Vince McMahon said when he fired them, why Vince called his roster a “bunch of p*ssies,” and much more.  The politics backstage could sometimes be too much and, as Bobby explains to ClubWWI.com listeners, it affected him in ways he could have never imagined…


“It was a horrible experience, bro.  I almost committed suicide.  Yeah.  They starved me out after an incident with Shawn Michaels…For nine months, they took me off the show.  They took me off TV.  They starved me out .  I didn’t make no money.  But what was really funny was that I was on the road the whole time.   For nine months, I was on the road, but I wasn’t allowed to work TV.  I wasn’t allowed to work any of the house shows.  But I was at every single one.”


Mo talks about the new Shawn Michaels and how, if being born-again means making amends, then he’s still waiting for his apology from HBK.  But the issues backstage at WWF didn’t end there.  Bobby talks about his disgust for Bill Watts, what Watts said to him that sent him over the edge, racist promoters, and more.  But aside from the management issues, there were the hazing issues.  Bobby and Nelson “Mable” Frazier didn’t get it like Oscar did.  As Oscar explained in his ClubWWI.com shoot, he was new to the business.  And the boys took great pains in reminding him of that with “ribs” that were far from the jovial jokes we hear about today.


“I never inquired about going back or anything to that nature.  Man, that company almost cost me my life…Vince McMahon, thank you.  Thank you and your family for the opportunity.  You didn’t have to give me a job.  I know a ton of people who wish they had a job today.   I had one.  So when you look at the wrestling books, as far as tag team champs, my  name is there.  So as far as that experience, I’m grateful or whatever.  But some of the people that I had to work with, man, and the management – some of the management I had to deal with on a daily basis drove me to almost commit suicide.  I wouldn’t wish some of that stuff that went on there on my worst enemy.  Oscar got tortured.  He may not have even told you or touch on some of this stuff that happened (during his ClubWWI interview).  But he got tortured.  I’m talking physically abused.”


The stories will blow your mind.  Bobby talks about the horrible way WWF wrestlers helped Oscar celebrate his birthday and how he wound up bleeding by the end of it.  Also, he names the tag team legend who, when walking by Oscar in the hallway, ripped his clothes from his body for no reason whatsoever.  It’s a contrast to the ha-ha practical joke stories we’ve all become so used to hearing. 


Although he’s not looking to return, Mo’s not bitter about the business itself.  He still watches TNA, WWE, and even subscribes to ClubWWI.com.  Although Horne has nothing but appreciation for his opportunity with WWF and Vince McMahon himself, he’s not looking to come back.  He’s presently training for MMA and has no desire to return to World Wrestling Entertainment.  His description of the experience as a whole sums it all up…


“When I left Vince in 96, it was like, “I don’t ever want to put myself in that environment again.”  Because to me, it was horrible. It was such a horrible experience.  The entire experience was horrible.  Oh.  Bro.  The entire experience was horrible.  It was horrible.  I had more fun working for the Jarretts in Memphis making $120 a week.  Living in a cheap rundown crack hotel, going up the road, I had more fun than working in WWF.”


It’s without a doubt one of the most explosive shoot interviews you’ll find anywhere.  A full list of topics are up at http://www.worldwrestlinginsanity.com/am2/publish/newsnotes/ClubWWI_Mo.shtml.  Remember, not only can you hear all three Men on a Mission members exclusively on ClubWWI.com, but you can hear over 200 more including The Boggeyman, Jesse Ventura, Sean Mooney, Sim Snuka, Lance Cade, Bobby Lashley, Vince Russo, Jerry Lawler, Hillbilly Jim, The Killer Bees, Ron Simmons, Magnum T.A., Kevin Sullivan, Mr. Fuji, The Iron Sheik, Rory and Robbie McAllister, Hacksaw Jim Duggan, Tommy Rich, Tully Blanchard, Ken Patera, Bobby Heenan, Terri Runnels, Kevin Nash, Kenny Dykstra, Outback Jack, Paul Orndorff, Headbanger Mosh, Terry Funk, Trevor Murdoch, Eric Bischoff, Nikita Koloff, Nunzio, John Cena Sr., Kizarny, Armando Estrada, Dangerous Danny Davis, Ronnie Garvin, Clarence Mason, Dave Taylor Colin Delaney, Jim Mitchell, Chris Harris, Ahmed Johnson,  Glacier, Balls Mahoney, Francine, Sid Vicious, Paul Bearer, Brian Knobbs, Bruno Sammartino, Bryan Clark, Sean Mooney, Scott D’Amore, Tito Santana, Al Snow, Tod Gordon, JJ Dillon, Charlie Haas, Tom Prichard, Jacques Rougeau, Paul Roma, Jim Powers, Tammy Sytch, Too Cold Scorpio, The Honky Tonk Man, Ole Anderson, Kid Kash, Ivan Koloff, Jackie Gayda, Mr. Hughes, Scotty 2 Hotty, Dawn Marie, John Heidenreich, Jimmy Hart, Jimmy Valiant, Rick Martel, Manny Fernandez, Bad News Brown, Tony “T.L. Hopper” Anthony, Nick Bockwinkel, Dory Funk Jr, Diamond Dallas Page, Rob Conway, Sylvain Grenier, Mike Bucci, Samu, Oscar, Erik Watts, Buff Bagwell, Christian, Jazz, Demolition Ax and Smash, Koko B. Ware, Ricky Morton, Lance Russell, Bruce Hart, Dustin “Goldust” Rhodes, Damian Demento, Fred “Shockmaster” Ottman, Justin Credible, Cpl. Kirchner, One Man Gang, Scott Steiner, Shawn Stasiak, Ted DiBiase, Ivory, Chris Masters, Elix Skipper, Kamala, Samoa Joe, Giant Bernard,  Bill DeMott, Juvi “Juice” Guerrera, Nora “Molly Holly” Greenwald, Nick Dinsmore, Harley Race, Bull Buchanan, D-Lo Brown, Road Warrior Animal, Missing Link, Rikishi, Slick, Nidia, George Steele, Christy Hemme, Disco Inferno, Paul Ellering, Vito, Steve Black man, Bushwhacker Luke, AJ Styles, Chris Daniels, Dennis Stamp, Shawn Daivari, B.G. James, Ron Killings, Zach Gowan, D-Ray 3000, Dan Severn, Earl and Dave Hebner, Sivi Afi, Baron Von Raschke, Spike Dudley, Rodney Mack, Downtown Bruno, Larry Zybszko, Rick Steiner, Julie Hart, Mae Young, Sam Houston, and many, more.