Young believes he and O’Neil helped one another a lot during the beginning of their careers with WWE.
“[O’Neil] and I are both opposites,” Young explained. “I’m a quiet introvert, but when the red light’s on, I know how to turn it on. He’s on 24/7, but we’ve learned so much from each other. I helped him in the ring when no one else would even get in the ring with him, I helped him. I was there with him. And he helped me out with the overall entertainment, being wild and crazy and just letting loose, so we complemented each other so well.”
Continuing, Young believes his former partner is doing great with the Titus Worldwide faction.
“He’s doing well for himself with his Titus Worldwide brand. I’ve got nothing but love for him and his family. He’s making moves for himself and with the whole XFL stuff, I could see him being a coach, so I think that would be cool. And if he’s the coach, I’ll be the towel boy or something like that.”
With respect to O’Neil’s prior suspension, Young believes the repercussions were unavoidable.
“Hey, brother, wrong place, wrong time. If you do the crime, you do the time. Hey, it is what it is. I support Titus 110%. Like I said, he is a good guy. And like I said, you do the crime, you do the time.”
With H/T to William Windsor of WrestlingInc for the transcription.
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