One half of The Rockers, Marty Jannetty spoke on the famous segment that ended The Rockers tag team on January 12, 1992 in an interview with Sports Illustrated.
"I was hoping that moment would last six months, let alone 27 years. [Laughs] I can't believe it's been so long. I think one of the main reasons that the Barber Shop window moment has lasted 27 years is that it looked real enough to believe it was real. I wouldn't want to change that."
"Seeing the look on somebody's face when they get it, especially when the kids really get the psychology part, is really special. Anybody can do the moves, but it's a lot harder to understand the psychology behind it. That's a thrill for me."
"I would be grateful for that opportunity. I would be honored. That makes a big difference in the wrestling world. I would also love to do some work as an agent. The young guys, they're already great as it is, but you can never get too much experience or wisdom, especially on the psychology end."
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