Originally Posted by LadyCroft
You also have to consider what degree would help you the most if you aren't a successful wrestler. Suppose you get a career ending injury in your first year... which degree could you fall back on and make a comfortable living... business or theater?
Just something to think about. Get a degree in something you can use to fall back on.
Yes, but really, if I want to do business I would just focus my career on running the multiple business' I'll be already owning with my father anyways. I'm already stuck with those, but I have absolutely no desire to be running them as a career. That's like plan Z for me. I want to do something I have (or see myself having) a passion and desire to do. Business isn't on my agenda after seeing how much stress I have to deal with, and the stress my Father's been dealing with for 30 years. Not saying stress doesn't come with any career, because it sure as hell comes in the wrestling business, but it's a matter of having a balance of passion to actually want to deal with the stress. Business just doesn't do it for me.
That being said, Theater has many more potential careers that I could get into as opposed to business. I may get a business degree, but if I do it would be for the initial reason you said of benefiting me in the wrestling business as an independent contractor. I've never looked at it form the aspect you suggested. Definitely a possibility, along with MrMister's suggestion of Nutrition.
Basically I'd like to get into something where it would help benefit me in the wrestling business, if that really takes off, and has a plethora of other jobs I could get into which I would actually enjoy.