Bret Hart vs. Owen Hart Pt-1
I’ve often heard that writers are always encouraged to write what they know, and to draw on personal experiences, utilizing their knowledge, to paint a more compelling picture for the audience.
I don’t know if that’s true or not, as I’m not a writer, and certainly no ones ever said it to me, but I’ve heard the line a lot.
You could say in wrestling there used to be a theory that you should fight what you know, or more accurately deploy the training you picked up.
At this point some people will be asking, but what’s the difference between what one fighter learns, and another?
And today, sometimes, there may not be that much, but it wasn’t always that way…
WWE SuperStar Seth Rollins has published a new blog where he compares working for the independents and working for WWE developmental.
Here’s what he had to say:
I was asked recently to compare my time on the indies to what my life has been like down here in Tampa working with WWE for the last 6 months. I’ve got a few free minutes on this drive to Miami so I thought I’d use that time to divulge some of my thoughts on the subject. Hopefully they aren’t boring thoughts.
Finally the WWE.com website has had a make over.
You can check out the new look for yourself, at WWE.com
I have to say I haven’t had much time to look over the new site, but it was due a change, as the last one was terrible.
Sin Cara, the wresler formerly known as Mistico, has finally started making appearances for WWE, appearing in Raw House Shows.
The diminutive Mexican Luchador has been working his matches with Primo Colon.