JM: Explain how you got into the game of pro wrestling?
DH: I broke in Florida. The Great Malenko and a fellow named Rusty Brooks started me out in 1988-1989
JM: How did the Vampire Warrior & The Gangrel Gimmick come about in wrestling?
DH: You ever see the movie The Lost Boys?
at the end of 89, Luna turned me on to that movie and she told me a Vampire gimmick would work.
I guess she was right for a little while LOL
JM: How did you and your Wife Luna meet? (if you don't mind me asking)
DH: I met Luna in Florida when I was doing a gimmick called the Black Hearts, she liked the gimmick and she started Managing it. We became best friends and the rest is history.
JM: What is the greatest highlights of your Wrestling Career?
DH: I guess working for All Japan Pro Wrestling and then going to the WWF..
I enjoyed my feud with Edge.
JM: What are some of the things you would change about wrestling if you took charge?
DH: I could not tell you. I would never be on that end of the stick.
JM: If you can, can you share, experience, opinion or anything on the following names that you have worked with in the past.
Vince McMahon-- Was always cool to me
The Undertaker-- One cool dude
Edge-- He was a very nice guy, I hope he gets back soon, wrestling needs more guys like him in the locker rooms.
Christian-- What a great worker, he was never afraid to go after what he wanted.
Jacquelyn-- That's a tuff girl, but not as tuff as Luna, I saw that first hand one night in the good ole Tennessee..USWA days
Hardy Boyz-- Just the good ole boys,,, Very cool
The Godfather-- It is what it is.... Pimpin ain't easy, light it up for The Godfather
Mideon-- !!!WOW!!!! He is a good friend and a crazy SOB
Percy Pringle-- Pure fun,, Always keep me in tears
JM: Who made the first call for you to work for the WWE?
DH: Bruce Prichard
JM: Do you have any more goals to go after in your career
DH: Still working on that LOL
JM: Whatever happen to your relationship with the WWE?
DH: It is on good terms, just got lost in all the WCW stuff and I was hurt more than I was healthy
JM: If Vince McMahon or Jim Ross called you in the next 5 minutes to return to the WWE would you?
DH: LOL Where else would I go, That is a yes
JM: When WCW or ECW was around did those two companies ever cross your mind to work for?
DH: Yes,,, I talked to WCW a lot.. But went to the WWE in the long run
JM: How is your career going now?
DH: It's a little Slow but I'm very healthy now, just need to drop some weight and get in to better shape
JM: What is the most hardest thing you had to do in the biz?
DH: I DID NOT LOOK AT ANY THING AS IN BEING HARD, BUT I GUESS GOING BACK TO KANSAS CITY AFTER OWEN HART'S DEATH, HE WAS A VERY GOOD FRIEND
JM: Do you still follow the WWE?
DH: No, I need too
JM: Who is your toughest Opponent you faced in the ring?
DH: Steve Blackman
JM: What is your Favorite Story Line you took part of in wrestling?
DH: The Brood, The Hardy Boyz feud
JM: Who did you admire growing up?
DH: Barry Windham
JM: Do you have any advice for young guys like myself who dream of making it to the world of pro wrestling?
DH: Just think of it as a hobby and if something does happen, think of it as a bonus and enjoy every min. of it.. Oh save your body for when you do get a break,, injuries will cost you in the long run.. I know this first hand.. Thank you