Justin Credible Comments On WWE’s Current Sobriety Storyline

Justin Credible was recently on the WINCLY podcast on WrestlingINC.com. During the conversation, the recovering Credible commented on WWE’s use of Jeff Hardy’s struggles with sobriety in his current feud with Samoa Joe. Credible said he had no problem with it, and when done correctly it “makes it more powerful and more meaningful.”

Transcription via William Windsor at WrestlingINC.com

“God, I never had a problem with it because the nature of this business, the way you’re describing, has been going on in the ECW era, which is 20+ years, so I mean, to me, as long as you ask the participants, when you’re getting family and personal names involved, you ask around, ‘look, can we do this? Is this cool with you?’ I have no problem with it,” Credible explained. “To me, it makes it, being that we’re in a pseudo-real environment, it just makes it more powerful and more meaningful. And, look, I traveled with Jeff [Hardy] and could probably tell you a lot of things that nobody else knows about me and Jeff during [that]period. I mean, I was fired initially from WWE in 2002 because of hanging out with Jeff and us missing chartered flights for several reasons. So, look, I’m not very down on that. I think, to me, it’s fair game. Look, we live in a world of social media where everything is on Instagram, and tweeted, and Facebooked, and whatever, so to me, as long as, and I’m sure WWE checked in on this, but, look, it’s all good. Usually, when you don’t want to do something, is when you have something to hide and I just think it gives fans that reality TV moment of, ‘look, this is something this guy has gone through and let’s explore it.’”

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