TNA Wrestling: Mr. Anderson Interview / Ask Adam / WWE Raw 20th Anniversary

Mr. Anderson (credit: Antro Wrestling Team)

TNA wrestler Mr. Anderson joins 4th & Pain to talk about the state of company in 2013 and the NFL playoffs.

Before discussions turned to squared circle, Anderson made his Super Bowl predictions and believes the San Francisco 49ers will be hoisting the Lombardi Trophy after defeating the Baltimore Ravens.

He told Adam Carriker and Chuck Carroll a funny story about taping a segment for Impact a couple of weeks ago in which he encouraged his wife to tell her grandmother not to watch the show. He was concerned about them seeing girls sitting in his lap and playing with a beer bottle.

After the segment aired, his wife watched it on the DVR and promptly invited her mother to watch as well. They were none too thrilled!

As for what people can expect out of TNA in 2013, Anderson says a lack of longterm planning has been killing the wrestling business. Now, the company is taking the time to look into the future and develop well thought out story lines and not rush and hustle to create content which will be beneficial for fans.

And this is the photo of Mr. Anderson sporting a two-tone Carriker jersey after losing a bet to Adam in the “Fail Mary” game.

Ask Adam / WWE Raw

Adam Carriker fields more of your questions, including how to unclog a toilet without a plunger!

Also asked: Which position requires the least amount of skill? His answer — offensive line — is far from shocking. Although Chuck took exception having played left tackle in high school.

Many more were answered!

If you ever want to ask a question, just tweet @4thAndPain or @AdamCarriker94 with the hashtag, #AskAdam

Then the crew turn their attention to the 20th Anniversary of Monday Night Raw. The Rock’s mic skills improved in his second appearance on the show in 2013. Both Carriker and Chuck were fans of his cover of Eric Clapton’s ‘Wonderful Tonight’ that was directed at Vickie Guerrero.

Plus, a tip of the hat to Mick Foley for being announced as the first person in the WWE Hall of Fame Class of 2013.

Broadus Clay impressed by finally responding to the insults hurled in his direction about being too “PG.”