Anderson recalls atmosphere after winning first World title: "If you want everything on your body to stand up, that was the night"

Gary Anderson is well known for his Jump Around walk on by House of Pain but for 'The Flying Scotsman', he has no clue how it came about.

Anderson said he doesn't know how long he has had it, how he started to use it but said he just rolled with it.

"I've not got a clue, I don't know how long I've had it. Don't know how long I've used it for, don't know how I ended up getting it. It just kind of came about and I got used to it," said Anderson to Sky Sports.

But the best atmosphere, Anderson played under was in Scotland after he won his first title he revealed.

"I think probably the best was after I won my first World title and playing in the Premier League in Scotland. If you want everything on your body to stand up, that was the night. It was fantastic, it's still the same today."

He also revealed a fail which saw legendary MC, Martin Fitzmaurice get it wrong and he walked out to a very different walk on song.

"Martin Fitzmaurice got it wrong one day and I came out to Grease Lightning. God rest his soul. That was a bit of an embarrassing one."

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