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The Outlaws Vol. 2 Shoot Interview

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RF VIDEO sat down once again with the team formerly known as the New Age Outlaws, James Gang and the Voodoo Kin Mafia, "Road Dogg" Brian Armstrong and "Bad Ass" Kip James for the first time in almost 7 years, but this time things were much different this time they were coming clean!!!!

What a difference just a few years makes, because this interview we talked to the newly sober team of the Outlaws and this time they come clean.  The interview starts off unlike any other interview in the history of our shoots as we talk about one of the most troubling aspects of the pro wrestling business at times which is drug use.   It was never a secret that both men at times wrestled with demons but for the first time ever they were willing to talk about their past drug problems on camera.  What you are in for is a very special treat and their perspective on why they went down the wrong road and what went wrong.  

You will hear all the problems they had with pills and we even talk about what drugs each individual did in the past.  Both men talk about how they had to fall the way down the mountain in order to make a 360 degree turn for the better.  You will hear first hand on what made them both see the light and turn their lives around.

I felt like a doctor at times, asking them every question you could think of when it came to drugs in the wrestling business.   They were so open and honest with us, and I hope a lot of the guys in the business can learn from their interview.  You will hear how they used to work high and all about their demons on the road.   From buying drugs off the streets, to doing drugs all the time on the road, from car crashes to getting arrested we cover it all.   

We even talk about some of the problems that face other wrestlers these days like Scott Hall, the Hardy Boys and a lot of their peers as well The interview really takes you inside the business like never before.

Don't worry we talk all about wrestling too.  We cover their entire TNA run talking about all of their programs that they were involved in with Team 3D, LAX, Kevin Nash, Konan and a lot of other talent from TNA.  What do they think of Somoa Joe and AJ Styles.  Why does BG think that Chris Daniels is missing the it factor.  What are their thoughts on Ken Kennedy and you will be shocked at this one.

We talk about their invasion into a WWE house show while they were in TNA.  What did HHH say about our last shoot with them and why does Billy regret making those comments that he made during our first shoot with them.    We talk about the current roster in the WWE and who do they see as the next big superstar.  

The WWE and TNA talk is endless during this shoot.  If you thought our last interview with these two was funny than your in for a real treat.  Make sure your not drinking during this interview because you might choke on it from laughing so hard.    

RF VIDEO is proud to present to you a brand new shoot with the Outlaws as they come clean!!


How did you guys get paired together back in TNA
Thoughts on the James Gang and how did that name come about
THoughts on Voodoo Kin Mafia and did anyone in WWE react to it
Thoughts on Billy Gunns debut in TNA when he ran in during Nash vs Jarrett match in 2005
Was Nash still playing politics in TNA and did he change since his WWF days
Memories of working with Jarrett Monty Brown against DDP and Sean Waltman when you guys would not face each other.  This was a six man tag at Lockdown
Thoughts on Konnans group 4 Live Kru
What were your thoughts on the racial lawsuit that Konnan had against TNA
Did you like having Bob Armstrong get involved in their angle with Konnan
Thoughts on working with LAX
What was it like working with Team 3D
Was Bubba easy to work with because a lot of guys say he is difficult
Who called the matches
Memories of the six man with Abyss and Spike against the Dudleys
Memories of quitting TNA doing the worked shoot around Nov 2 2006 on TV
Talk about the promo you cut at the WWE headquarters in CT after TNA house show got canceled
Talk about the Voodoo Kin Mafia name after this point
What really happened between WWE and TNA legal team at this point
What happened when you guys went to a WWE house show in Konixville with Russo and Borash..did they see any of the boys..
Did WWE know they were there in the upper deck
Thoughts on the angle they did with Christie Hemme where she wanted respect and BG agreed with her and Kip didn't
Thoughts on matches with Heartbreakers
Does TNA look bad by bringing in WWE guys who were mid carders and giving them a big push
Thoughts on Ken Kennedys heat when he left the WWE
Memories of working Basham and Damaja
Why did the team break up in TNA
Is Dixie Carter in over her head
Thoughts on Prichard taking over the book for Russo 
What was the party scene like
Were there a lot of groupies
What was the drug scene like
Would guys wrestle messed up
Did you ever refuse to work with someone over it
How important was partying on the road
Talk about Ric Flair’s partying
Who were the hardest partiers
Was it tough for you guys to get groupies and that kind of stuff with masks on
Any good fights you saw
Would guys drive intoxicated often
Was it hard staying faithful to your wife
How rampant were steroids back then
Was Vince a partier
Who were the biggest partiers there
Do you think you can survive a WWE road schedule without partying
Best ribs you saw in the WWE
Best road trip stories
Thoughts on the WWE implementing a Wellness Policy today
Do you think that would have been possible during your time
Was there anyone you just couldn’t stand on the road
What was the shift like from Shawn to Austin
Was it hard to play politics here
Do you think that WWE stars partied harder than rock stars
What were the drugs of choice
Would you guys ever go into seedy neighborhoods after shows to get drugs
Was anyone ever busted for drunk driving or buying drugs but got out because of their fame
Has all of that partying impacted your health today
Thoughts on Scott Hall
Was he a big partier back then
Was there a go-to guy to get stuff
Do you think Vince knew about all of the partying
Do you think you blew a lot of money on the road from partying
Is it hard to adjust to life after the WWE because of this
Was there anything ever so crazy you saw that you just said that’s enough
Thoughts on WWE sponsored rehab
Did you need drugs to function back then
Are you surprised more guys haven’t spoken out about it
Looking back who do you think were some of the biggest hypocrites for things they said as opposed to what they did
Ever party with Hulk Hogan
Ever party with Vince
Do you want to write a book
Best rib you ever saw
Best road story you ever saw
Best groupie story you can tell or heard from someone else
when did @BGRoadDoggJames first realize he was out of control with his drug abuse and how did he go about stopping it
what was the defining moments for the New Age Outlaws during their WWE run 
Billy you made sow public comments about HHH before on our shoot but you took them back why is that
Billy... Is there anyone on the current WWE roster that he would like to work? Who does he think has the potential to have a major title run that may be being overlooked now?
What would it take to rejoin www as an agent trainer or talent 
The Outlaws-If there was any tag team past or present you'd like to take on in a match, which would it be?

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(5 Ratings, 4 Reviews) Average Rating:
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solid...
Shootmefan79 (New York City) 9/26/2012 12:34 AM
Sober outlaws make for a good interview. a lot of discussion on what was lost due to addiction...but a very optimistic interview
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The Outlaws Return
Matthew Ruiz (Bronx, NY) 1/25/2012 11:53 AM
The New Age Outlaws have returned and what a difference a few years can make! As both Road Dogg and Billy Gunn finally come clean about their respective drug use and the affect it had on both their lives and careers! Both men go in great detail about the drugs they took, how much they took and for how long. Road Dogg and Billy also let it be known that they apologized to several people in the WWF for whom they blamed and bashed for their problems within the company and for their firings! I will say it took alot of guts on their parts to admit they had a problem and took the steps to fix it. They speak highly about the WWF Wellness program, which they say saved both their lives. Both guys speak about the problems of Matt and Jeff Hardy and Scott Hall and how sorry they are for them. They also talk about going to TNA and the people who run it such as Dixie Carter, Hulk Hogan, Eric Bischoff and Vince Russo. Very good interview, its definitely a wake-up call for anyone who might have a problem and needs help! Both Road Dogg and Billy will tell you in this interview: Don't Do drugs!
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Not a patch on the 1st one
Billy (New York, NY) 12/29/2011 1:20 PM
Great to see the guys sober but the burials/putdowns that made the 1st shoot are completely absent here. You get the impression that they were looking for work (and in BG's case, he got it) so they have barely anything negative to say about anyone. Still worth a watch but don't have too high expectations.
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Oh You Didn't Know
David Worthing (Manchester, ME) 12/14/2011 5:31 AM
Good shoot, the very first part they kinda appoligized for things mentioned in the first shoot. They are both newly sober but still very funny. A good percentage of the shoot was talking on drugs sobriety and things they've done wrong. Only thing I really waish they would have talked about but Billy didnt want to was his recent affair. Still worth the purchase.
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