Matt Morgan on why he was loyal to TNA

Sep 23, 2013 - by Steve Gerweck

Our buddy Scott Fishman interviewed former TNA and WWE superstar Matt Morgan for the Miami Herald. Here is a few excerpts:

On why he was loyal to TNA: “These were friends of mine that worked for WWE who would say to me, ‘You need to get your butt over here and quit wasting your time with TNA.’ My answer to that would always be, ‘I feel loyal to this company. They were very good to me. They still are good to me. They are letting me be myself on television.’ They have control creatively and all that, but at the end of the day it’s my decision of what I do on that television. That is every wrestler’s dream. Other guys aren’t as lucky. So the loyalty was a very big factor.”

On his child-to-be changing his outlook on life: “It’s me needing to be a hell of a lot more greedy and me having to do certain things to provide for my child. I’m already thinking that way, and the child hasn’t even been born yet. When I left TNA, a lot of that was having a child. It changed my outlook immediately as soon as I knew we had a kid on the way. I wasn’t planning on any of this. As soon as we knew the kid was coming, I can’t explain it. It’s just a different feeling you get. A set of nerves set in and asking yourself what you are going to do to provide for that kid. I’m also responsible for my mother and my wife along. Being responsible for three other dependents, you have to think more long-term.”

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