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Oh totally. I meant to add that claiming to be self-taught in wrestling is precisely the kind of thing that makes you sound like a total douche. I mean maybe your trainers sucked but it still feels like a weird thing to claim.Danwaka wrote:I don't know how true that is suplex, because he was around at the FWA Academy for a couple of years.
Happy accident.Garuda wrote:Fun word choice saying P.J. Black "fell off the planet"
I think Omega claims the same thing, at least up until he got to Harley Race and then Deep South.suplexberry wrote:Oh totally. I meant to add that claiming to be self-taught in wrestling is precisely the kind of thing that makes you sound like a total douche. I mean maybe your trainers sucked but it still feels like a weird thing to claim.
It is quite striking how much LU fell off a cliff in terms of relevance during Season 2. I just recall how impassioned people were when it wasn't 100% clear it was coming back..and now how few realistically care. The guys who are LU mainstays who don't work many other places have become quite diminished in the last few years. Even Ricochet would be probably be in the same position if not for his New Japan work.BoxingRobes wrote:PJ Black and Adam Rose (or whatever he is going by today)...both definitely fell off the cliff in different ways. Used to love their two segment mid-card workhorse matches in old school NXT.
You look at JUICE, Cody Rhodes, Drew McIntyre, Trent...even Sami Callihan and Chris Hero (just to expand the examples)...there is a pretty good formula in place for WWE releases to find their way back in the WWE with higher stock then when they left and not only raise their stock, but legitimately get better in the ring.
PJ Black wasn't in a bad position early on...but yeah, I dunno wtf happened to him before he jumped off a cliff. Technically, he should be featured a ton in LU right now, considering at this point in television Mundo is the champ and he's apart of his faction, but yeah.