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Nate, thanks a lot for man, I appreciate the acknowledgment, I appreciate the respect. That's probably the most difficult question I've ever been asked because I've looked at myself each and every day and I've always pushed myself to based on things that I wanted to achieve and accomplish to be at the level I've been at. I can look back at this sport, at guys like Dusty Rhodes and Dick Murdoch, the Bruiser, the Crusher, Jimmy Snuka, Ray Stevens, Nick Bockwinkle, all these guys out there that I respected, I wanted to be, I modeled myself after. But I really think the most influential thing in my career, is that fact that each and every day I went to that ring, I wanted to have the best match. I wanted people in the crowd, I wanted the guys in the dressing room, I wanted my peers to know and to think that I was the very best at what I did, each and every night. I was driven to be very successful and to be held in esteem as being the greatest and the best at what I do. And that was always driven harder and harder by the fact that by the fact that in the '80s, in the matches in front of that were incredibly hard to follow, there was that good, there was that much talent back then. There were great wrestlers, it's a great sport, but to answer your question honestly, I think the most driving force and the most influential part of my career has been fact has been the fact that I strive each and every day to be the very best at what I do at my choice in life, which is professional wrestling.