He is one of the go-to names when it comes to naming wrestlers who were big in the 80's. He's also one of the most recognizable names outside of the ring.
For years, Jake "The Snake" was on top of the world. One of the premier attractions for the World Wrestling Federation, he was living the good life... or so it seemed.
What would follow would be a tailspin that made headlines around the world, and was even believed to be the inspiration for the Mickey Rourke film, "The Wrestler".
While the wrestling world waited to hear the worst about Jake "The Snake" Roberts, a good friend, "Diamond" Dallas Page" believed that Jake could be better.
As you will hear in this interview, Jake has begun to try and fix a life full of regrets and mistakes. The trust and love shown to him by his friends, and his fans, is something he is truly beginning to appreciate for the first time in his life.
This week, Jake sits down for a very candid interview, and shares some vivid details about his life, his rise to fame, his fall from grace, and seemingly, his resurrection.
I hope you take the time to hear this remarkable story, and share it with your friends.