– In an interview with the Between the Ropes radio show last night, WWE developmental wrestler DH Smith admitted he’d like to be part of Randy Orton’s Legacy faction.
“There’s a lot of talk about a lot of things,” Smith said. “It’s one of those things where you can’t exactly believe everything you read on the internet… I think I’d be a perfect fit. I’m big, I’m strong, I’ve got the ability. I’m working at getting the personality. I’ve been getting a lot more confident and a lot more mean in the ring. Whether I’m with the Legacy or not, I can prove on any brand that I can carry my own legacy.”
Smith also offered his comments on the New Hart Foundation not materializing in WWE.
“Nothing really happened,” Smith said. “There was a slot for Tyson Kidd to go on ECW. He’s a great wrestler. He’s one of my great friends. He’s gone up there. It wasn’t one of those things that I decided… He’s doing good. I hope he does really well with Natalya. Maybe I’ll join him someday in ECW, who knows?”
Smith also commented on growing up as the son of “The British Bulldog” Davey Boy Smith, being stretched by Stu Hart, his training, his weekly schedule in Florida Championship, and more. To listen to the full interview, visit BetweenTheRopes.com. TNA wrestler Robert Roode and former WWE Superstar Elijah Burke also appeared on the program.