Originally posted by DarrylTheHitmanWill you be posting a transcript of the interview anywhere?
Hmmmm....why stop there?
That's all the people need to know.
i think that's code for we may be able to listen
I would love it if you were able to ask anything about his wrestling days, as only a few weeks ago i found out he was actually a wrestler before he was a manager. but that was from confindential, so all the revelant bits may have been covered.
oh, if you're short on questions, i'd love to know how it went wrestling the bulldogs in full chain mail
Wrestling has been rhyming with ass. I miss shows and it makes me all shades of ambivalence. WWE is starting to suck again. The crops? Jeezum Spice! Someone stole my crops. What in the ham fat is going on. That's just poo-doo! That's just my 2.4856 Yen.
Perhaps I can even boast of going one better, job-wise. I once, on a quasi-job-related field trip, wound up drinking many beers with the Brain! A former boss of mine was good friends with Tenay, and got us comped at a Thunder in Tallahassee, Fla. We went, enjoyed, and caught up with Tenay, who told us of where everyone was meeting afterwards. We went, and spent a good five hours tipping them back with the Professor, the Brain, "Stagger" Lee Marshall (a good guy in person), Curt Hennig, Kevin Sullivan (brooding much of the night, but still bought a round) and several more. Lex Luger showed up later, close to last call but right before the Thunder replay came on. As he turned to watch the beginning on the overhanging TV, Luger bumped his head *hard* on the side of the set. He no-sold it well, though, and enjoyed the night!
IMO, that's more like 10% of the battle. If you don't give that "cool character" a context to exist in, the character just flounders. If you're lucky, the character dies. If you're not, it lingers around to embarass its creator.