Originally posted by HokienauticWait, that's it? That's all he give as to what the tryout is like? Wow.
"He" is jwrestle. I have no idea why he linked to himself somewhere else when he could have just posted it here. (Wait, I know EXACTLY why he did that, but still.) You could probably ask him questions about whatever you think's missing from the article!
Jamie Noble! Awesome! I miss him What was he like?
I could be wrong, but I don't think most guys get WWE-provided insurance coverage. Probably the top guys, definitely the agents/producers (so guys like Finlay & Noble got coverage when they were active wrestlers), but midcard & down are on their own getting coverage.
Originally posted by Spaceman SpiffJamie Noble! Awesome! I miss him What was he like?
Very professional, helpful, nice, worked with everyone who came to try out even the guys who have been doing a less than or around a year.
One of the guys that helped out quite a bit was Onyx from the NEW OCW promotion. http://newocw.com He just showed him how to bit more aggressive & tweak what he was already doing to improve his ability as the persona.
Click for larger poster. Onyx OCW Heavyweight Champion middle of poster.
This show ceased to matter as soon as a sobbing Renee threw to Tom Phillips forcing out strained, pained WWEspeak through her tears. Fuk. What a deeply humane moment. So much for Money in the Bank being money in the bank.