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I for one will miss the antics of Shark Boy. TNA was not utilizing him in any real way. A shame too, he could have been merchandising gold with the proper push.
He needs to drop the Austin rip-off though. Was entertaining for a while, an interesting spin, but Shark Boy should be himself.
 

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It's slightly off topic, but i read that on his wiki page :



I hope he can fish Stone Cole and Marella to be drafted by WWE. Imagine :

- Santino and Shark Boy together doing promos.
- a feud between Stone Cole and Shark Boy.
- Shark Boy beating and destroying John Cena.

:eek:

TNA can say Good Bye to his merchandising which sold well. Let's go to a Shark Boy's comics or animated series. :D
All those things would be epic!

And LOL @ you calling him Stone Cole.
 

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I haven't seen him on TV since about 2008, so it's hardly like he's gonna be make a huge loss to the company....

never been interested in Shark Boy to be honest, character - meh! talent, yeah, but if he had more of a marketable look/personality then he'd clearly have been presented more like how the Suicide and Curry Man characters got some time in the spotlight, yet he wasn't featured

nah.... not news to me, if I only ever watched iMPACT! then I'd be none the wiser to him still being with TNA in 2009/10 so hardly a loss to me
 

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No real loss but Shark Boy is one of the sad stories of TNA in the sense that not only because he was a TNA original but because he was a marketable star that TNA could have rode till forever. Once again, failure on TNA's part. His Stone Cold gimmick was some epic stuff though.
 

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Well, he won't exactly leave a gap on his way out, but props to Shark Boy for sticking around for so long.
Uh... Shark Boy merchandise has been some of TNA's best selling products - this is a bigger loss for TNA than you would realise... they sell next to no vanilla midget X-Division merch.
 

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I haven't seen him on TV since about 2008, so it's hardly like he's gonna be make a huge loss to the company....

never been interested in Shark Boy to be honest, character - meh! talent, yeah, but if he had more of a marketable look/personality then he'd clearly have been presented more like how the Suicide and Curry Man characters got some time in the spotlight, yet he wasn't featured
What the hell are you talking about? He had a bunch of screentime with Prince Justice Brotherhood and an epic feud with Team 3D when partnered with Curry Man, resulting in a mid-card Fish Market Street Fight match, which was actually pretty solid....
 

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In the past kids and adults had



In the future they will have a new superhero to worship.




In the deep seas, a shark never stops swimming until it gets his preys. On the surface one man has decided to fish various criminals and polluters. Accompagnied by Shark Girl, he hunts the enemies of seas, humor, liberty and freedom. He was just a wrestler financially broken and rarely admired. One night he understood that he could help the society and get free clamp juice in exchange. Beware his jaws and his fists. He is the Shark Boy.


Next Monday in your comics librairies : Shell Yeah volume 1. : Shark Boy versus Sea Sherpards.



I can see his comics character as a mix between : Deadpool (humor wise) and Kick Azz (normal human turned hero).










This guy simply needs a manager, a marketing specialist and real friends. His character can be huge on TV, in comics, in librairies, on internet or even in cinema for kids and adults. TNA just fired his best potential merchandising seller. This character is far better than John Cena.
 
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