Kayfabe Radio Wrestling host Alan Wojcik has been a fan of TNA Wrestling since the debut show on June 19, 2002, and he has covered the promotion extensively.
With TNA releasing weekly pay-per-views from the Asylum years on YouTube, Wojcik is interviewing the Asylum stars for their memories of that era.
Former NWA World Tag Team champion and current GHC Tag Team champion Lance Archer Hoyt is one of them. He discussed the following topics:
- His initial spring 2004 TNA Asylum debut as Dallas and partnering with Kid Ka$h
- Winning the World Tag Team titles so fast after his debut
- What he thought of the TNA Asylum fans
- Feuding with XXX (Low Ki, Elix Skipper, Christopher Daniels), America’s Most Wanted (James Storm and Chris Harris), AJ Styles and Ron Killings.
- Working with Vince Russo, Jeff Jarrett, Dutch Mantel and Dusty Rhodes
- The transition from weekly PPV to weekly TV on Fox Sports Net
- The legend of Hoyt-A-Mania
- His current partnership with Davey Boy Smith Jr. in Pro Wrestling Noah
- Working against War Machine on Ring of Honor TV
- The recent NJPW departures of AJ Styles, Karl Anderson, Doc Gallows, Shinsuke Nakamura
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