May 25th,

Today is Memorial Day. Want to take a moment and thank ALL the men and women that have served or paid the ultimate price for this country. With that said I tweeted out something about a woman at lowes that said $15 was to high to pay for an American flag.I said to her, Like the price that is paid to keep us free.No matter how bad you think we have it in this country I can tell you first hand from being able to travel the world that we have it pretty damn good. So weather you agree with the government or not don't blame our troops. They are doing their job and their part to keep this country great. So today if you have twitter, tweet out a thank you. It's little things like that, that could make a world of difference in a soldiers life. God bless our troops.


July 16th

 Today was a great day. Any chance I get I love to spend time with my children. Today I spent time with them both and also 6 other of the neighborhood kids. I filled up over 400 water balloons to have a little dodge ball action. Then of course they wanted more. So instead of balloons I hung the hose pipe over my sons playhouse with the water pouring down the roof onto the slide. Then of course that wasn't enough I took his little blue kiddie pool filled that up and stuck it at the end of the slide. BINGO. Big hit. With all the news about the shooting in Chattanooga its times like these that I will hold close to my heart. Kids when they are at the age of my son "3" don't have a care in the world. He just wants another water balloon. Make memories and never forget them. Cowboy out.....  


Dec 6th, 2015

Just got in from a show in New York. Being in this business you meet a lot of different and interesting people. Some good, some bad. Some that come and go and some that stay with you for the rest of your life. No matter what locker I walk in "I" still go around and shake those hands that are there when I arrive. It's called respect. A lot of guys in the business today should learn it before they even learn to lock up. I got people really talking when I showed up at NXT. I have to say from my experience HHH has that place ran very well. He was very hands on for production to lighting to helping the guys. They get the whole "Team" concept. Everyone working together for one goal, To be the best. When TNA first stated I felt like it was the same way. A bunch of unknown guys with chips on their shoulders out to prove something. That they are the best. Along the way  and over the years I believe that as the originals started to leave so did the TEAM concept. More guys started thinking I, I, I. Like they are owed something. Thats BS. Earn it. Plain and simple. I worked my ass off for 18 years, 13 of it was helping build TNA. Like The Rock alway says, Be HUMBLE. You never know when it can all be taking from you. Cowboy out.......