yeh...I don't agree with it. The guy was way too talented to be wasted like that. It kinda backfired on them, as he got the gimmick over pretty well.
You know, I've watched that match several times.
I've seen mishaps a lot worse in matches, and if they can, the guys just brush it off and keep going.
Maybe Perry had a red ass over being relegated to working a dark match at a big event.
Conversely, the bump that Mike Bell took (the one Saturn got all the heat for),
I don't know if you can blame that entirely on Saturn.
Bell's story was that he took a bad bump through the ropes because Saturn's "offense" right before that was unexpected and wrecked his concentration.
If Bell had taken the bump amidst the wreckless confusion, the matter would be more cut & dry.
But, there was a good pause between Saturn's flurry of swings and the toss.
Being thrown from the ring is often among the early basics they teach rookie trainee's - usually, so that they have extra "bodies" for battle royals, which are extremely simple to do.
Bottom line is: accidents happen, and guys can pull shitty, bitch moves in the ring.
You need to be able to deal with both, and if you can't work or "concentrate" in those conditions, you really need to rethink being a wreslter.