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Join Date: Apr 2014
Re: Part Timers and Legends help full time wrestlers
Well, yeah...Edge is right...AJ Styles' remarks are also dead on.
Part-timers fill a role, and an important role at that. A lot of eyes are on WWE/Wrestlemania right now. If you have a match go out there and be a fuckin' star. Make a name for yourself. Brock Lesnar, Bill Goldberg, Undertaker, etc., bring even more eyes to the product; not just WM, but ESPN, FS1, etc. It gives an opportunity for you to shine. If you're a star, well, shine! Even if you don't have the backing of the WWE machine, if you're that good, go into business for yourself and make your mark. Fuck the script. Fuck the agent that helped put the match together. If you think yourself a star what better time to try and make yourself into a star than WM season?
Man up and make yourself a household name. If you fail, well, you're probably fired, which means you weren't good enough anyways. If you succeed, however, you'll get the admiration of your peers and, more importantly, your superiors. Is it easy? Nope. Still, if you fancy yourself a star, take a shot on yourself. This is the best time of year to do it, after all.
"Fate whispers to the warrior 'you cannot withstand the storm'. The warrior whispers back 'I am the Storm.'"