Shawn Stasiak seems to have fallen into true jobber land. The land of Barry Horowitz and Mike Sharp. The land of Rene Goulet and The Brooklyn Brawler. He's got jobber music to boot.
I for one love his new direction of total 80's style jobber. There's nothing wrong with being a jobber, wrestling needs them. In fact I think he's better off as a pure jobber than a Lance Storm who might get the Euro Belt someday.
Here's to Shawn Stasiak and his new role as a jobber. Hopefully he stays a jobber and doesn't rise to Euro level, because that would only shorten his career even more.
Y'know, I am enjoying Planet Stasiak a lot right now, too -- he is just SO clueless.
Also, BDL, I think you've hit on the answer to a question that was bothering me. I couldn't understand why they were trying to make Stasiak a face -what w/ the losses to Lesnar and Eddie, and all. Now it all makes sense - he's not a face at all, but a 21st Century Jobber w. a gimmick!
Well, it makes sense to me, anyway.
And isn't Gdansk a shipyard in Poland? [and doesn't that just make it funnier?]
Everything I touch, starts to melt in my clutch........ I'm too much!
I was intrigued as to who Kurasawa was, and so I looked up the bizarre Disco Inferno match, and he looked...so...familiar! I couldn't identify him at all, though, so I bit the bullet and googled. I was shocked to find it was Manabu Nakanishi.