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Stopped by Reddit last week to talk wrasslin' and hip-hop with my buddies Rocky Romero (legendary 8X NJPW world tag team champion), and JTG (Former WWE Superstar) to promote our new song TEAM ASOKA (watch the video on YouTube now if you haven't. Seriously why have you not seen it yet!?).
It was the first time Rocky & I had done an AMA and the fans made it so much fun. JTG joined us over the phone and it was a complete blast! I definitely look forward to doing more of these in the future.
Here is a link to check out the entire AMA... We Are Rocky Romero, The Asoka, and JTG promoting our new song TEAM ASOKA! Ask Us Anthing!
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