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Just Good 'ol Boys…Meaning Harm!
Lance Cade & Trevor Murdoch—makin' their way, the only way they know how—as World Tag Team Champions, best buddies and Kid Rock fans!
Do you two travel everywhere together, sorta like them Duke boys—Bo and Luke?
LC: We're like a married couple. I don't know if this is a good thing or a bad thing, but we are the only team that never, ever, is apart.
TM: From the minute we land in town, we're together. If my flight is in before Lance's, I'll wait at the airport until he gets in. We are connected at the hip literally until we get on the plane to go home.
Spending all that time together, you must really get on each other's nerves.
LC: I definitely get on his nerves way more. He's the easygoing one. I'm uptight. I'm cranky. Sometimes it's got to be my way or no way. I've got a short fuse. I blow up a lot. You can obviously look at us and see that he doesn't work out. On the road he doesn't tan. I do. Adjustments have to be made. But he puts up with my crap, and I put up with his not working out.
TM: There have been three or four instances when Lance and I have been nose-to-nose, dropping f-bombs. But we're brothers, we're friends. And if you can't tell your brother exactly what you're thinking, how you feel, then you can't talk to anybody.
What famous tag team do you guys think you're most like?
LC: I'm not trying to boost my ego, but we're kind of like the Four Horsemen, minus two. They stuck together all the time for that big run they had in the mid '80s. They hung out—and not just on the road, but during their off-days.
TM: Arn Anderson and Tully Blanchard. We have the technique and the background to wrestle with anybody, but we also have the meat and the power to go in and just brawl.
If you two were to break up, who's more likely to put whom through the Barber Shop window?
LC: I'm afraid that's going to be me. Sorry, I'm a bad guy.
TM: Lance, for sure. He has an evil side to him. I don't think Lance would ever do that to me, but if it came down to it, Lance would be the one to turn his back on me, I just know it.
Speed Round. Kenny Chesney or Tim McGraw?
Longest stretch on a mechanical bull?
LC: Probably about three seconds.
TM: Drunk, about 21 seconds. Only six when sober.
Urban Cowboy or The Cowboy Way?
LC: Urban Cowboy.
TM: The Cowboy Way.
Glen Campbell's "Rhinestone Cowboy" or Kid Rock's "Cowboy?"
LC: Oh, Kid Rock!
TM: Kid rocks.