Originally posted by wordlifeGee, I am not really sure if Brock knew what he was signing. No offense to Brock but the guy doesn't seem like the sharpest tool the shed and even really intelligent people have been tricked by contracts in the past.
Brock had (has?) an agent named Ed Hitchcock. Regardless of how smart you think Brock might be, it's on the agent to be on guard for this stuff.
Maybe Vince should have just sued Brock for breach of contract rather than cutting the guy a break and letting him go.
(edited by BigVitoMark on 8.2.05 1115)
I thought I read on PWI that Vince forced Brock to fire the agent. Also, I have read somewhere that Vince does not allow people to have agents (or makes it "well known" he doesn't want you to have an agent) when they work with him.
"I know a great deal about the Middle East because I've been raising Arabian horses for over 20 years, I've researched the culture for most of my life."--Patrick Swayze on Iraq
It's been mentioned somewhere before, but I have to agree with the fact that the storyline between Flair and Taker is really starting to remind some people of the Piper-Goldust storyline of 6 years ago.