haha!1 another loud mouth getting schooled like a naughty little boy by the one and only , the indomitable, venom vince versace
another notch on vince's headboard there i think
Not really. I just learned the business the hard way. I realized that with all the skills I could develop, I was still 5 foot 11 which is basically a midget in wrestling. Chris Benoit, who I met is 3 inches taller than I am so it makes a huge difference. And if you've ever ran into someone like John Cena who is a fucking beast, you realize that it simply just isn't going to happen...a futile quest.
There are so few wrestlers that have become successful...and thousands of wrestlers who are wrestling in barns and warehouses and flea markets at "benefit shows" for peanuts....and sometimes the promoter would run away with your peanuts.
The most dangerous part is the drugs....you're taking steroids for muscle mass and taking painkillers to get through your matches.....never a good combination. You're dogpiling in cars and hotel rooms with other wrestlers...lot of times there can be 10-15 of them in one room so they can save money and eating gas station food. That's way too many hot dog stands for anyone to put up with.
If anyone wants to know all about the business...I'd suggest listening to a wrestling shoot. Since they are usually done with the business, they can practically be open about everything....here Paul Ornodoff's shoot....its 90 minutes but it beats listening to the Heavy Muscle Show
Overall, I don't regret not pursuing professional wrestling....I did it a few times and ultimately I just did not enough love for it to do it for years....and you have to realize that if you go into professional wrestling, you're not going to make a dime for many years...