Bobby Fish was recently interviewed by Joey G of WrestlingHeadlines.com, where he spoke about working for Triple H.
“To see him kind of step back into the position he’s in wasn’t a surprise to me. Not because he doesn’t deserve it or shouldn’t be there or any of those things, but just because so much had changed. And it seems like as quickly as it changed, it’s changed again for what seems to be the better. I can only speak from my experience working under the man. I grew up playing football. And I had certain coaches in my time playing ball that, you know, I wanted to play well for myself, but I wanted to play well for them too. So I would sideline and I would look to them, and I would either get words of encouragement, or even sometimes just a look. And the look was enough to be like, “Yeah.” I liken the relationship working underneath Hunter and Shawn Michaels to be in the same thing. When we would come through the back, whether it was us as a group, individually tag match with Kyle and I, or whatever the case, we come back through the curtain. And sometimes it was just a look from Hunter and you knew like, “Yeah we crushed it and it was awesome.” It made you want to perform for them as much as you want to perform for yourself.”
Fish was asked if he got the same vibes from Tony Khan.
“Personally, no. I felt like I had those instances for myself and thought to myself, like, I know I just had a good one. The one that I had with Danielson. I remember just feeling accomplished. Last one I had with Darby Allen, I mean, talk about a talented kid, and a great opponent, and a great like, I don’t know, I can’t sing his praises enough. That was, you know, the last time I can remember really feeling like, Yeah, we did something cool. But getting that look or that nod from anybody in the back. No, nowhere, nowhere near what I felt the pride I felt working under Hunter.”
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