Re: Whose wrestling mind do you respect the most?
Originally Posted by birthday_massacre
Jm Cornette and Paul Heyman.
+1. Met Jim Cornette at a meet and greet and he was probably the nicest guy I met all day.
"No WWE talent becomes a legend on their own.
Every man's heart one day beats it's final beat.
His lungs breathe their final breath.
And if what that man did in his life
makes the blood pulse through the body of others
and makes them believe deeper in something larger than life
then his essence, his spirit,
will be immortalized..
by the story tellers,
by the loyalty,
by the memory of those who honor him and make
the running the man did live forever."