Post by shimmeringwarlock on Mar 22, 2012 14:28:45 GMT -5
You could say that of almost anyone, though. This isn't the era of guys getting over somewhere, then coming to major leagues with the name and character they built and showing that to the masses. This is the era where some suit thinks you know how to wrestle, then sticks you in a garage for a couple years, saddled with a new character and a new name, forcing you to start from scratch, then keeping you in that garage until even the hardest of hardcores forget who you are, so they can put you on TV and hope people won't chant ECW, ROH, TNA, or DGUSA.
Make the mistake of making more money and providing a better life for his loved ones?
Seriously. I always hate people who have that mentality. "Going to WWE will kill their career! it's a mistake blahblah"
Are you that stupid? How is getting WORLD WIDE exposure and making a lot more money to help support yourself and your family (Sami just did get married last year.) ever a bad thing?
Think before you talk, man.
Yes, we all get a bit greedy with the indy talent because we will miss seeing them in the companies we love. But they are going to a company to potentially make it better. Why else would they hire them? It's never a bad thing for an indy wrestler to be signed to a major company.