9 Questions With Former WWE Superstar JTG
April 30, 2016 - WWE
To wrestling fans, Jayson Paul will always be JTG, one half of WWE’s Cryme Tyme team, that debuted on Raw scarcely a decade ago.
JTG and team-mate Shad Gaspard were introduced by WWE as partners in crime, utterly literally, around a array of travesty “training videos” in that they tested their speed and continuation by robbing a smoothie store and journey from a military officer.
Cryme Tyme debuted on a Oct 16, 2006 Raw, where they degraded WWE tag champs The Spirit Squad in a non-title match.
Though a charismatic JTG and Shad were one of a many renouned teams of a era, they never prisoner a tab title.
After Cryme Tyme’s separate in 2010, JTG was incompetent to benefit a foothold and make an sense as a solo performer. He was expelled from his WWE agreement in Jun 2014.
Last year, Jayson Paul published a discourse Damn! Why Did we Write This Book? A straightforward and humorous comment of his years in WWE, a book suggested what a wrestler should and should not do to get forward in WWE. Along a way, it offering clues as to because Cryme Tyme unsuccessful to strech a limit of Mount Tag Team in WWE.
Buoyed by enlightened reviews of his initial book, Jayson expelled a supplement final month, Damn! Why Did we Write This Book Too?, that featured some-more cautionary tales for determined WWE wrestlers, alongside anecdotes from his time in WWE.
We spoke to Jayson this week about his books and adventures as a WWE wrestler.