I'd put this in Movies, but let's face it, you're not interested in reading this for the MOVIE. Paul also talks a bit about WWE Films and hits on his own current role with WWE, both in front of and behind the camera.
Obvious question coming out of the interview: Who was the guy they originally tagged for the Inside Out role? Mr. Anderson perhaps? Not sure when it was filmed but I imagine it could've have been sometime around when Anderson left. Or maybe it was someone who ended up re-signing. Curious.
I thought the part of the interview where he talks about straddling the PG/R line helps them keep kids AND adults as fans was quite interesting. I'd argue that straddling that line is exactly what keeps wrestling from becoming rabidly popular again with either segment. Just my $0.02.
Originally posted by Reverend J ShaftObvious question coming out of the interview: Who was the guy they originally tagged for the Inside Out role?
I'm not sure but I think it was Batista. As I recall, Batista losing out on a WWE Films role (that went to Triple H) was one of the contributing factors that lead to him leaving WWE. The others being burnout and whatnot.
i have mentioned many times on this board that marks with money can book their very own supercard to take place where ever a ring can be set up. For example - Staff picnic featuring Potato sack races, egg toss and Valentine vs. KoKo in a street fight.