Triple H Goes Sneaker Shopping With Complex

Complex
1 Apr 202416:05

Summary

TLDRIn this engaging conversation, Joe from Complex interviews Triple H, WWE Hall of Famer, about his sneaker preferences and experiences. They delve into the evolution of wrestling footwear, from traditional wrestling boots to fashionable sneakers, reflecting the impact of popular culture and celebrity influence. Triple H shares anecdotes from his career, discusses the intersection of wrestling and sneaker culture, and shops for sneakers for his family, highlighting the ongoing relevance and excitement surrounding WrestleMania.

Takeaways

  • 🎮 The interview features Joe from Complex talking with Triple H about his sneaker preferences and experiences.
  • 👟 Triple H reminisces about his early sports days, mentioning cloth All Stars as his go-to basketball shoes growing up.
  • 🏀 He discusses the transition from traditional wrestling boots to sneakers for their comfort and style in the ring.
  • 👕 Triple H usually wears suits for work, but acknowledges the sneaker culture's influence even in the business side of wrestling.
  • 🌟 The conversation highlights the impact of wrestlers wearing Jordans and other popular sneakers, and how it connects with the youth and enhances their superstar status.
  • 💼 Triple H notes the change in wrestling culture where sneakers are not just for performance but also for showing off and competition among the wrestlers.
  • 🎶 He mentions the use of wrestling entrance themes and catchphrases in other sports, indicating the crossover and influence of wrestling culture.
  • 👟 The idea of a wrestler having a signature sneaker deal is brought up, with Triple H suggesting it could be a missed opportunity for brands.
  • 🌐 The script discusses the power of celebrities like Travis Scott and Bad Bunny in influencing sneaker culture and product sales.
  • 📈 The cultural impact of wrestling figures like Stone Cold Steve Austin and the DX era is highlighted, with their merchandise still being popular today.
  • 🏆 Anticipation for WrestleMania 40 is expressed, with Triple H expecting it to be a massive event that continues the current high level of interest in wrestling.

Q & A

  • What was Triple H's first experience with basketball shoes?

    -Triple H's first experience with basketball shoes were cloth Converse All-Stars, which marked the beginning of his interest in sneakers.

  • How did Triple H's mother influence his choice of basketball shoes?

    -Triple H's mother was practical and believed that expensive shoes wouldn't improve his basketball skills. She encouraged him to stick with affordable options like Converses.

  • What was the significance of the photo shoot with Triple H wearing night sneakers?

    -The photo shoot signifies an early instance of Triple H being associated with sneakers, despite not remembering the specific shoes or event.

  • Why did Triple H wear Chuck Taylor's during his time on the road?

    -Triple H wore Chuck Taylor's because they were flat, took less room in his bag, and were easy to pack for his 300 days a year road schedule.

  • How has the wrestling world changed in terms of footwear?

    -Wrestling footwear has evolved from traditional wrestling boots to sneakers, offering comfort and style, as well as the ability to flex new shoes to connect with the youth audience.

  • What is Triple H's opinion on the blending of wrestling and sneaker culture?

    -Triple H loves the blending of wrestling and sneaker culture, as it provides another connection point with the youth audience and adds to the superstar status of wrestlers.

  • How did the entrance of Travis Scott, Reggie from Jordan, and Neil into the wrestling arena impact sneaker culture?

    -Their entrance created a buzz and broke records on Nike sneaker apps, showcasing the significant cultural impact and crossover audience that celebrities like Travis Scott can bring to the sneaker world.

  • What is Triple H's view on the potential of a wrestler having a signature Jordan deal?

    -Triple H believes it's a missed opportunity if a company doesn't consider a signature line with wrestlers like Cody Rhodes, Jay Uso, or Roman Reigns, as they have a significant impact on culture.

  • How did Bad Bunny's debut of his Adidas collaboration on Raw reflect the changing landscape of product promotion?

    -Bad Bunny's debut on Raw demonstrates the shift from traditional platforms like The Tonight Show to larger, more interactive platforms where celebrities can generate buzz and promote their products effectively.

  • What was a defining moment for Triple H in realizing the impact of his wrestling career?

    -A defining moment for Triple H was when he was mobbed at Pheasant Lane Mall, which made him realize the extent of his fame and the impact of wrestling on popular culture.

  • What can we expect from WrestleMania 40 according to Triple H?

    -Triple H expects WrestleMania 40 to be massive, with a white-hot level of excitement and sold-out events, and they will do everything they can to make it the biggest WrestleMania in history.

Outlines

00:00

🎥 Shoe Shopping with Triple H

The paragraph begins with a setting up of a video shoot featuring Joe from Complex and WWE Hall of Famer Triple H in Stamford, Connecticut. They discuss Triple H's sneaker preferences and his past experiences with shoes during his athletic days, highlighting his transition from cloth All-Stars to leather high-tops like Pro Leather, popular during the Larry Bird and Magic Johnson era. The conversation touches on the practicality of shoes for wrestling, with Triple H noting the importance of comfort and functionality over fashion. The paragraph ends with a reflection on the changing times in wrestling and sneaker culture, with wrestlers now often wearing Jordans and other popular sneakers to the ring.

05:01

👟 Evolution of Wrestling and Sneaker Culture

This paragraph delves into the evolution of wrestling attire and sneaker culture within the industry. Triple H shares his traditional preference for wrestling boots but acknowledges the shift towards sneakers for their comfort and style. The discussion highlights the competitive nature of wrestlers' sneaker choices, both in the ring and backstage, where the 'flex' of having the latest or most stylish shoes is a significant aspect. The paragraph also reminisces about the Cena pump era and the impact of celebrities like Travis Scott and Bad Bunny, who have leveraged their influence to promote products within the wrestling audience.

10:02

🏆 Legacy of Wrestling and Memorabilia

The focus of this paragraph is on the lasting legacy of wrestling and its memorabilia. Triple H reflects on the Attitude Era and its enduring impact on popular culture, exemplified by the continued popularity of DX merchandise. He shares a personal anecdote about being mobbed at a mall, highlighting the peak of wrestling's popularity. The conversation also touches on the potential for wrestlers to have their own signature sneaker deals, comparing the cultural influence of wrestling stars to that of musicians and actors. Triple H expresses excitement for WrestleMania 40, hinting at surprises and the ongoing relevance of wrestling in contemporary culture.

15:14

🛍️ Wrapping Up the Sneaker Shopping Experience

The final paragraph concludes the video script with Triple H completing his sneaker shopping for his family. He makes selections for each member, demonstrating a blend of style and practicality in his choices. The paragraph emphasizes the cultural significance of sneaker shopping and the pressure of making the right choices. The segment ends with Triple H expressing gratitude for the assistance and encouraging viewers to watch WrestleMania 40, creating a seamless blend of personal experience and promotional content.

Mindmap

Keywords

💡Sneaker culture

Sneaker culture refers to the subculture of people who are enthusiastic about collecting, trading, and wearing sneakers. In the video, this is a central theme as the discussion revolves around the significance of sneakers in various aspects of life, including their role in sports, entertainment, and fashion. The conversation between Joe and Triple H highlights how sneakers have transitioned from functional sports gear to fashion statements and status symbols, with references to iconic models like the Converse All Stars and Air Jordans.

💡Triple H

Triple H, also known as Paul Levesque, is a WWE Hall of Famer and the COO of WWE. In the video, he shares his personal experiences and perspectives on the intersection of wrestling and sneaker culture. His insights provide a unique viewpoint on how the world of professional wrestling has been influenced by and has contributed to the broader sneaker culture.

💡WrestleMania

WrestleMania is an annual professional wrestling event produced by WWE, one of the biggest and most popular pay-per-view events in the wrestling world. The term in the video signifies the grandeur and cultural impact of wrestling events, and how they serve as a platform for various cultural phenomena, including sneaker culture. WrestleMania is also used as an example of a major event where sneaker culture and celebrity endorsements intersect, with mentions of celebrities like Travis Scott and Bad Bunny participating in the event.

💡Sneaker shopping

Sneaker shopping refers to the activity of purchasing sneakers, often for the purpose of collecting or fashion. In the video, this activity is portrayed as both a personal pastime and a cultural phenomenon. The discussion around sneaker shopping touches on the social aspects of selecting and acquiring sneakers, as well as the influence of personal style and brand loyalty.

💡Fashion

Fashion in this context refers to the trends, styles, and statements made through the choice of clothing and accessories, particularly sneakers. The video highlights the role of fashion in professional wrestling, where the athletes' attire contributes to their persona and performance. It also discusses the broader impact of fashion on sneaker culture, with celebrities and public figures influencing trends and the market.

💡Authenticity

Authenticity in the video refers to the genuineness and sincerity behind actions, statements, or cultural phenomena. It is emphasized as a crucial element for successful cultural impact and brand endorsement. In the context of sneaker culture, authenticity means that trends and preferences are organic and true to the individual or community, rather than manufactured or imposed.

💡Endorsement

Endorsement in this context refers to the act of publicly supporting or recommending a product or brand, often by celebrities or public figures. The video discusses the power of endorsements in sneaker culture and professional wrestling, where the backing of a well-known figure can significantly influence the popularity and success of a product.

💡Attitude Era

The Attitude Era refers to a period in professional wrestling history, particularly in WWE, characterized by edgy, controversial, and adult-oriented content. This era had a significant impact on the wrestling business and popular culture. In the video, the Attitude Era is mentioned as a time when wrestling and its associated merchandise, like DX t-shirts, had a strong cultural influence and are still remembered and celebrated today.

💡Crossover

Crossover in the video refers to the blending or intersection of different cultural or professional spheres. It is used to describe how elements from one domain, such as professional wrestling, can influence or merge with another, like sneaker culture or mainstream entertainment. The concept highlights the fluidity and interconnectedness of modern pop culture.

💡Competitiveness

Competitiveness in the video refers to the drive and desire to excel or outperform others. It is a key aspect of the professional wrestling world, where performers strive to stand out not only in the ring but also in their public image and style. The term is also applied to the sneaker culture, where individuals may compete to have the latest or most exclusive sneakers.

💡Legacy

Legacy in this context refers to the lasting impact or influence of a person, event, or cultural phenomenon. The video touches on the legacy of wrestling events, performers, and merchandise, as well as the enduring influence of sneaker culture on fashion and society. It highlights how certain moments or trends can continue to resonate and be celebrated long after they initially occurred.

Highlights

Joe from Complex interviews Triple H about his sneaker preferences and experiences.

Triple H reminisces about his early basketball days and wearing cloth All Stars.

The importance of sneakers in wrestling and how they've evolved over time.

Triple H's recollection of the early 2000s and the high-tech sneaker boots popular among wrestlers.

The impact of sneaker culture on the wrestling world and the business side.

Triple H's personal preference for wrestling boots over sneakers for wrestling.

The influence of modern wrestlers like CM Punk and others wearing Jordans and sneakers.

The cultural crossover of wrestling and sneaker culture, with examples like Travis Scott and Bad Bunny.

The potential for a wrestler to have a signature Jordan deal and its impact on the industry.

Triple H's thoughts on the current state of wrestling and its potential to be another defining era.

The legacy of the Attitude Era and its lasting impact on wrestling and pop culture.

Triple H's personal experience with the growth of wrestling's popularity in the 90s.

The significance of WrestleMania 40 and the anticipation for its success.

Triple H's sneaker shopping experience and his choices for his family.

The importance of authenticity in the world of sneakers and celebrity endorsements.

The role of social media and digital platforms in promoting and discussing sneakers and wrestling.

Transcripts

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time to play the

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game time to play the

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game come on guys the shoes are wrapped

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in plastic you didn't think I was still

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going to do this did

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you it's all about the game and how you

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play it all about control if you can

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take it everybody it's Joe from complex

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we're in Stanford Connecticut at L

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streams with the CCO and WWE Hall of

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Famer Triple H how you doing I'm good

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man how are you we do some sneaker

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shopping today see what he's feeling

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what he's not and then hopefully he's

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going to buy some sneakers hopefully

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let's

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[Music]

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go Triple H I want to take it all the

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way back two sport athlete coming up

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baseball basketball do you remember even

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back then what shoes you were wearing to

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play basketball in uh you know I'm I'm

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old so like for me the cloth all stars

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were where it was started I'm old enough

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to remember sort of where the um the the

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all leather high tops probably like the

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pro leather Like Larry Bird era Magic

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Johnson even Larry Bird was the you know

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look I where I grew up Nash New

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Hampshire right the Celtics were the

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thing yeah and I grew up in a Great era

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so going to watch bird and Robert Parish

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and male and all those guys was a

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magical time you know those with the

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shoes uh though for me when it came out

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think my mom was pretty smart looked at

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me and like you kind of suck at

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basketball the $100 shoes aren't going

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to make you any better at basketball so

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just stick with whatever you can get for

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30 and it was probably like Converses it

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probably was and you know I love that

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you pulled up in sneakers there's like

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even like Reddit threads like the we

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haven't seen Triple H wear sneakers in a

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while cuz you're always in like suits

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and stuff like that but special occasion

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I love that you wore the Blazers yeah

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look my kids got me these so I was

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hoping when I walked in here you would

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think they were cool awesome cuz I don't

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know um yeah look I'm in suits uh 90% of

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the time uh just for workwise and the

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sneaker culture has hit that world as

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well like the business um it's just a

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tougher transition for us to go from uh

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suit and dress shoes to a suit with

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sneakers on but that's the thing now so

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I got to get I got to up my game

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absolutely you said that like early

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basketball you were into like the first

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iterations of Chuck Taylor's but flexing

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Intercontinental Champion 2000 photo

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shoot you're wearing these night do you

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remember this photo at all I remember

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the photo I don't remember the shoes and

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my guess is at that time in my life

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someone gave me those okay I probably

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did a shoot somewhere or I probably did

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something where they gave me the

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sneakers at that time in my life that's

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early 2000s we were running like that's

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a 300 day a year Road schedule different

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city every day right you know for the

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most part we were looking for the

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allpurpose do anything yes like that's

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why the high-techs the boots at the

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times like the sneaker boots were like a

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big thing for all of us just because you

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could it didn't matter if it was snowing

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like you might be in a town one day it's

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snowing the next day it's 90 you've got

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to do a runin in them on TV it's

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function yeah and and really that was

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where it was at it was shortly after

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that guys really started to get into the

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fashion of the shoes when now it's it's

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transitioned crazy another classic photo

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we had Stone on around 2 years ago is

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like a gril get for us you as well

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rocking to Chuck Taylor with Stone Cold

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WWE Magazine yeah there you go and and

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so here's the thing on that like this is

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a convenience why am I wearing Chuck

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Taylor's cuz they lay flat in your bag

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and take less room in your suitcase okay

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and that was probably when you were on

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the road 300 days absolutely okay so

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easy condensable sneakers yeah you know

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like it boggles my mind sometimes when I

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see guys that have been on the road for

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a couple of weeks and I'll see them two

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or three times in a time that they're

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gone and I see them in different shoes

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every time and I'm like what do you have

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like a a suitcase that you dragg for

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your sneakers and they're like yeah I do

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yeah like they have a bag that's pretty

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much just shoes

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[Music]

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crazy getting to current day wrestling

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like complex did a post recently about

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how Jordan took over Monday night CM

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Punk bought his first pair of Jordans on

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this show then you have Dominic Mysterio

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Kofi Kingston Roman Reigns what do you

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think about like those two worlds

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colliding and coming from like a

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traditional wrestling background and now

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seeing so many wrestlers coming out in

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Jordans and sneakers what what do you

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think about that I love it you know it's

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if you're the Youth of the world that is

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watching this show how do you connect

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with our Superstars and that's just

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another connection point that makes them

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cool and and and puts them on another

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plane of being a superstar and you know

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it's funny that we have talent now that

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will come up to me at TV and ask like

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hey I got this run in later are you cool

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if I go in my street clothes I got these

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new Jordans or whatever wow they want to

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flex yeah I want to I want I just got

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these and I want to I want to run in and

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do do you sign off mostly absolutely

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yeah you know and and now like I'm old

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school I'm traditional like I like

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wrestling boots right but they've

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transition now to a lot of guys like

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wearing sneakers in the ring they they

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like the comfort of it but they also

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like to as you point they like that Flex

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of it like to be able to go out there

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and have that athletic ability but have

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them in something that is that stylish

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and it's a big thing in the locker room

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too believe me comp competitive dude the

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the competitive nature do you walk by

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and your sometimes like enough or like

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you like to see it no I don't even know

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what they're talking about time but like

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but they're all like I hear them talking

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like do you see Roman shoes like you

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know what I mean you see this or you

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know somebody will walk up to gorilla

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right before we they walk through the

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curtain and I'll see them all walk over

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like oh man you know like can just go

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straight to the shoes you know it's

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again it's not just a flex on TV

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backstage def Flex in the locker room

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you know you do have some history the

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Cena pump era do you remember the rebok

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pump era early 2000s he was rocking

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those but I found this I love

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this well excuse me if I'm not afraid of

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the guy whose one big move is pumping up

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his

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Rebox do you remember that promo at all

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or like at least his I don't know what

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the [ __ ] I was thinking with my hair

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right there yeah but the era of Cena

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pumps was a big era of wrestling

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stopping and pumping up his shoes was

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like a huge thing right and at the time

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there was some of us in that era where

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like look Austin wor what he wore like

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when you would see Austin and he had the

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Jorts before Cena did right with the the

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Jorts and the knee braces just C he

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because what he wore to the building

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that day yeah you know what I mean yeah

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just came game ready it was

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yeah

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couple weeks ago big moment on Raw we

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see Travis Scott Reggie from Jordan Neil

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all walking like into the arena his

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shoes break records we talked about it

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kind of off camera always what do you

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think about Travis's cultural impact and

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like even then it's yeah these the sixes

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and the ones breaks records on Nike

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sneakers apps and like having him there

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what do you think about like the

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crossover of that audience and the way

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he can move product look it's it's

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massive

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you know when you have somebody at his

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level that can say hey this is cool and

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it's the biggest thing that there is in

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in some way and I've heard them say it

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so I'm not saying anything uh that I

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made it but like in in a way he might be

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more important to the brand than Michael

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is right now just cuz he's moving units

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and he's like active yeah and and what's

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cool you the thing about him his ears on

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the ground at all times right so it's

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not a hey I think kids will like this

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it's not a hey I think this will work

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it's like that'll work this will work

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like I know what they want absolutely um

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and I think that that's a a cool place

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because in today's world if it's not

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authentic you can't make it work totally

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and you know have you had meetings with

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Reggie Reggie's the guy like you know

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there's so many Roman we see there's so

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many wrestlers that are over do you

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think it's time for a wrestler to have

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like a signature Jordan deal or what I

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do you know it's funny I've thought it

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for a long time when when you look at

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our world

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much like what Travis is doing there

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that's bigger obviously and how you can

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affect that culture but I think that our

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performers affect that culture just as

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much as well you know when when you hear

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uh if you go to a game in almost any

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sport you'll hear our entrance themes

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playing in that Stadium or that Arena

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right like you'll hear the the sayings

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and the chants and the catchphrases that

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are Talent use you can't go to a game

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without people wooing like flair you

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know uh I see athletes doing the Roman

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Reigns one all the time you know I think

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the ye thing that Jay has now brought

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back it it all affects culture in a big

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way and I think um if somebody doesn't

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do the signature line with some of our

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talent you know a Cody rhods a Jay Uso

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Roman Reigns I think they're missing the

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boat on something that can be very

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impactful towards their business

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absolutely another thing we got to talk

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about Bad Bunny another huge star I love

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like I think 3 years ago in March he

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debuted one of his new Adidas

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collaborations on Raw which is amazing

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someone that big using raw to debut it

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was a backstage photo it wasn't like

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anything that was so zoomed in on the

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sneakers but just subtle and all the

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blogs picked it up but yeah what do you

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think about him debuting the sneakers on

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Raw I love it name the bigger platform

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right right right like it it used to be

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25 years ago um somebody might go on

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like The Tonight Show with a cool pair

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of shoes on yes they always used to do

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that and people would lose their mind

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now the who watches the tonight's show

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no no fans right but like what what is

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that place where a celebrity can come

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and get buzzed where can they go promote

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their whatever they're doing whether

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it's a film whether it's something else

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they can come on our in our world and

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the amount of eyeballs that they get on

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them not not just in the programming but

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digital and social right where the you

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know we just got the I think the 10th

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ever 100 saw that YouTube subscription

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yeah got to talk about your legacy you

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know you think back to the days of

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Pheasant Lane Mall newshire you know

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done your research the DX Legacy though

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this vintage te it had like a whole

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after like vintage te's super rare this

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is like $200 I had to get like

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overnighted from Texas but what do you

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think about when you see kind of like

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the aftermarket of like memorabilia DX

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when I had stone cold I talked about

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like the 316 shirts but how awesome is

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it to see something like that and like

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this live on it's it's crazy people talk

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all the time about the Attitude Era we

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didn't realize that's what it was at the

11:06

time it was just Thursday or whatever

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day it was you were just doing what you

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did you mentioned Pheasant Lane Mall one

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of the times that I it really first hit

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me of how big we had gotten was I used

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to go there all the time there was a g

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and C there I would get home off the

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road for 18 days or whatever I'd need to

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pick up some supplements I'd go to that

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GNC at the mall I'd run in grab

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supplements right before I have to leave

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to go back on the road and I went to go

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get supplements and it was maybe a 100

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yard off the entrance pulled in walked

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in the door by the time I walked to the

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escalator to go down to the next level I

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looked back there was like 200 people

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following me and I was like holy [ __ ] I

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never even made it to the store it

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started to become a mob scene security

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came and like they got me out of there

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and people followed me leaving to try to

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get home like I had to drive around for

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like 45 minutes to lose people to go

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back to my house and it was the first

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time I was like well I get some done

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going to the mall yes right it was the

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first time that I realized how big it

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was getting but to see that impact 30

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years later yes kids who who didn't even

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watch it wearing the shirts I I think

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sometimes that there's kids wearing

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those shirts that don't even know what

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it is right dropping this week the

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episode dropping big week WrestleMania

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week I'm hearing Rumblings of surprises

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how excited are you for this

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WrestleMania a a really big one what

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could we expect well you know it's it's

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just look back and you go 40 years right

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so 40 years as we roll into this um the

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business is probably I can look at it

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different now like where I just said a

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minute ago like we didn't know was the

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attitude ER the time having lived

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through that I can look at it right now

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and say we're in another era like that

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yeah people won't put a tag on it like

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we didn't call it the Attitude Era in

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the Attitude Era you know what Ian yes

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yes they'll put a tag on it later or

12:53

whatever it is but if we can maintain

12:55

we're we're in that same white hot level

12:57

of you know everything sold out

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everything we we doing is just clicking

13:04

um and you see it Travis Scout wanting

13:05

to come in you see it Bad Bunny

13:06

wrestling with us you see it the rock

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coming back Rock's got a busy schedule

13:11

if if wrestling's on the down he ain't

13:12

coming in yeah right um so you see that

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you see that excitement Wrestlemania 40

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will be massive and we're going to do

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everything we can to make it the biggest

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WrestleMania in history can't wait can't

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wait well we talked about everything now

13:26

is the easy part browse the shells I

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think you may shop for the fam and uh

13:29

we'll end there awesome man awesome

13:31

thank you of course thank you

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man yeah we're going to start out with

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these right the SP Blazer mids nice

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choice thank you very much we're going

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to uh make our way down here Travis

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Scotch ah yeah just love my suit game

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there you go all

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black here you got to go with the nice

14:04

black and white again all right I think

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so

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cool I'll make this easy I'm going to go

14:09

for the family right now sounds good

14:12

here all right here all right my

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daughter's going to Springfield we'll go

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here we'll go here and we'll go here

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that's a great choice

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perfect got everything you need think so

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lot of great lot of great pickups I

14:27

appreciate it the total is going to be

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44

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47202

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awesome go and I appreciate you guys

14:36

sneaker shopping is intimidating right

14:38

it's a cultural thing you got to get it

14:40

right you guys make it easy I appreciate

14:42

that it can be but but you did

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good all right and then the shirts and

14:53

then you are all

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set there you go am man thank you very

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much thank you very much appreciate your

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help so Triple H came through told some

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great stories Sho for the fam thanks so

15:32

much for taking the time I appreciate it

15:33

man appreciate you make sure everyone

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checks out Wrestlemania 40 live in

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Philly live on peacock April 6th April

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7th don't miss it thanks again thank you

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let me help you with these got a lot I'm

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going to need a bigger

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