Dreamer's pretty well liked, so I'm sure some of the talent would be happy to work for him even if the pay was not up to usual standard, but yes, fair to say he probably has some backing. He's not exactly poor himself, either.That's a pretty eclectic lineup, Dreamer must have some backing too, can't imagine the majority of those come cheap.
I somehow agree with this, I hope they make few new Indy stars, hopefully we get some new Sabus, RVDs, Lynns, Ravens, etc. Does anyone know is Dreamer affiliated with wrestling schools or something?He'd be better off with four stars and focused booking. The brand identity seems pretty cluttered.
From what I've read a lot of the guys are working for free, as a favor to Dreamer. I know Rhino is for sure and I think The Sandman is as well and it seems that Edge is appearing for a lot less than you'd expect.That's a pretty eclectic lineup, Dreamer must have some backing too, can't imagine the majority of those come cheap.
Hale Collins. This is the description from HoH's website for him...Who's the dude between Kendrick and Matt Jackson?
Hale Collins he isn't a household name yet. Hale was trained by WWE HOF Johnny Rodz. Hale is very proud of his Poughkeepsie heritage. What he lacks in experience, he makes up for it with heart & passion. His work ethic in ring & behind the scenes is very admirable. All of Hales traits remind me a lot of myself, when I was his age. The pressure is on to step up & show his hometown why he has that "IT" factor