Kenny King Comments on The Hurt Business

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Kenny King Comments on The Hurt Business

Kenny King took part in WWE Tough Enough in 2002, and he recently spoke about The Hurt Business. Kenny King never worked for WWE. He was, however, one of the top wrestlers in Tough Enough. Although he entered negotiations with WWE, he never signed for the company.

He is mostly known for his work in TNA which is now known as Impact Wrestling. In TNA, he was part of the Beatdown Clan. His fellow members included Bobby Lashley and MVP. Kenny King spoke about possibly being part of The Hurt Business.

The Hurt Business consists of Bobby Lashley, MVP, Shelton Benjamin and Cedric Alexander.

Kenny King Speaks About Not Joining The Hurt Business

On Inside the Ropes, he stated that politics and contracts got in the way of him being a member of the very dangerous stable.

“I used to get a phone call like that, like once a month with The Hurt Business,” Kenny King said. “‘What are you doing?’ ‘I’m still under contract.’ If Vince wants to come to buy me out my contract, I’d be there in a minute.’ But look, I’ve always known that Bobby Lashley was World Championship material.

His work in the last year and a half has been out of this world. I was one of the people that turned my TV off when I saw him bending over, pointing at his ass because he’s just not a bend over. He is absolute. He’s an animal, he’s a walking tank.

He can fight you, beat you up for real. So there’s not too many guys in pro wrestling that you would be like, ‘realistically, even if I didn’t want to let him win, I couldn’t do anything about it.’ So that is it’s a no brainer in the sense that, when you look at Bobby Lashley, that’s the WWE Champion, you know? So we just had a little out in three of us, and we were just sitting there talking about how, you know, just the chemistry was just so natural and it works so well.

And there were just so many places that, you know, we can all cover some of the different areas with three of us, and with our characters, and with our wrestling. And it just covered everything. We talked about it quite often, with contractual obligations and things, politics and all the b******t.

It is what it is. We never rule it out. Because the three of us together would– it’s always going to be money. It will always be money, it was always money. So you never know what might happen in the future”.