Recently, we sat down with General Kazimir to learn more about him and his client, former East Tennessee champion, the Sultan. Below is a transcrition of the interview.
Q: General Kazimir, can you give us some background information about yourself and tell us how you became acquainted with the Sultan?
A: I hail from the greatest country in the world, Russia. There, my family will accept nothing but the best. We live in the best houses. We drive the best cars. We do not deal with anything that is not truly great. I first saw the Sultan when my family was looking for a new investment in the sport of professional wrestling. I had searched all corners of the world. Not one person was good enough to live up to my standards. I had almost given up my search for someone worthy of being represented by myself when I received a call from a man named Prince Malik. He said that he was having issues staying in the United States and was being deported. He said that he was in possesion of the contract of the greatest new talent in professional wrestling, the Sultan. I was intrigued. I was on the first flight to America. When I first met the Sultan, I knew that he would go on to do great things. I immediately bought his contract from Prince Malik and ever since that day, I have given him the guidance that he needs.
Q: Do you have anything that you want to say about the Sultan's loss of the East Tennessee Title to Rickey Dooley last month?
A: It was a fluke! Rickey Dooley is nothing but a redneck piece of trash and he never will be anything but a redneck piece of trash! Just because he got lucky and beat the Sultan once, it does not mean that he is a champion!
Q: Judas the Mad Hatter has stated that while he is in control of the SOM, when a champion loses their title, they will not be given an automatic rematch. Therefore, the Sultan will not receive a rematch against Rickey Dooley for the East Tennessee Title at New Year's Wrestlelution: The Hat of Misfortune on January 8th, 2016. What are your thoughts on the matter?
A: When Judas the Mad Hatter gained control of the School of Morton, I thought that there was someone who would finally treat the Sultan fairly. Obviously, for once in my life, I was wrong! Instead of giving the Sultan the rematch that he rightfully deserves, Judas gives Robert Laveau a title shot. What has Robaer Laveau done? He hasn't done anything important in the SOM in the last year. He may have been the first ever East Tennessee Champion, but he hasn't been relevent since then. Whether Judas likes it or not, my Sultan will reclaim the title that rightfully belongs to him!
Q: At New Year's Wrestlelution: The Hat of Misfortune on January 8th, 2016, the Sultan will take on the Scorpion. Do you have anything to say to the Scorpion?
A: I have nothing to say to the Scorpion. He is not worthy of any kind of response. He has never beat anyone or did anything in the SOM. He is not worthy of being in the same ring as the Sultan. Judas the Mad Hatter says that he will give opportunities to wrestlers who have previously been held down. Maybe he should worry about giving opportunities to people who deserve them like the Sultan. Just to show Judas what an angry Sultan will do, an example will be made out of the Scorpion.
Q: If the Sultan does not get an East Tennessee Title shot in the future, do you have any other plans for what he might do?
A: The Sultan will become the East Tennnessee Champion again. I don't care if he has to jump in the ring, beat Rickey Dooley senseless, take the title, and then knock Judas the Mad Hatter out on his way out, it will happen. If he wanted to, he could take any other title in the SOM. There is not one wrestler in the SOM who is supposed to be a champion that could beat the Sultan. If he wanted to, he could take the SOMWA Title from Maverick. If he wanted to, he could take the X Division Title from Draco. If he wanted to, he could beat both Cross Brothers and take the East Tennessee Tag Team Titles by himself. The Sultan is the greatest wrestler in the SOM today, and that will not change anytime soon. I've said what I needede to say. This interview is over.