Former ECW star Stevie Richards says he's not waiting for a call from WWE or TNA, describes how DDP Yoga and becoming a certified instructor has improved his life and extended his career

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Oct 3, 2013 - 10:32 AM

VOC Nation interview with Stevie Richards
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On becoming a certified DDP Yoga Instructor: "It’s done me a look of good and in a lot of ways has improved my overall fitness. It lets me help other people, do something very positive and productive, and helps me to monetize something that I’m already doing every day."

On the benefits of DDP Yoga: "You can get cardio without impact, you can raise your heartrate into the exercise zone in a short period of time. I’ve broken my neck a few times, I’ve needed knee replacements. Because I’ve been doing DDP Yoga for the past few years, it’s prolonged my wrestling career and led to a healthy life."

On how hard it is for the common person to follow the routine: "One you get immersed in the workout, you’re going to be hooked and you won’t want to put bad things in your body."

On his future in wrestling: "I have no goals in wrestling. My goal is to continue to be booked, continue to be healthy, and continue to get paid to feed my cats. I have no delusions of grandeur that WWE or TNA is going to call and nor do I think at this point I would even be interested, considering the travel time versus the amount of money I’d make. Waiting for a call (from WWE or TNA) is one of the most poisonous things you can do to yourself because you’re not in control of the situation."

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