On where he feels Impact Wrestling dropped the ball with the BroMans gimmick: "I think they dropped the ball by splitting us up and not giving us have a big babyface run in the early part of 2015. I needed to step my game up and prove my value after the BroMans broke up, so I started working harder in the ring and in the gym. Management took notice and started putting me in positions to succeed, and I succeeded. So I was eventually rewarded with an X-Division title run that never really took off due injuries and the Team X Gold concept."
On the status of his Z&E tag-team with Andrew Everett: "I enjoy teaming with Everett very much. Our team isn't broken up either. We are still teaming up on the independent scene and internationally in the near future."
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