While having a discussion with Chris Jericho on his weekly podcast show, Talk is Jericho, JTG finally revealed what his name stood for. He stated that he felt he was "just too good". However, to prevent backstage heat from veteran performers and executives, he decided to tell people in WWE that the initials stood for "just too gangsta", which fits in with the Cryme Tyme gimmick that he had.
December 23, 2015
While doing a podcast interview with Chris Jericho, the Dudley Boyz revealed that they once had major backstage heat with Scott Hall because he threatened to kick out of their finishing move. The two of them have taken a lot of pride in their finisher over the years, noting that only Masato Tanaka and Chris Sabin have been allowed to kick out of the pin after taking the double team move.
October 31, 2015
During a podcast interview with Chris Jericho, Sheamus revealed that he had some backstage heat with Shelton Benjamin when he first started out in WWE. He stated that Benjamin had a weird fascination about pointing out how the Celtic Warrior was a rookie, even though he had worked in the industry for approximately seven years before joining the company. The Irish born wrestler stayed professional despite being bothered by it.
May 2, 2015