Hey everyone! I’m Jordan Prill, and I am one of the newest writers on the WresleZone team. And, dare I say, I am most likely the youngest! Here’s a little background on me. I am from a little town called Melrose Minnesota. I have been watching Wrestling since 1998 (in fact I can give the exact day, the morning of WrestleMania 14). I am a home grown boy here, in other words, I got my start by reading JOhn Wilsons columns, emailing him, and one thing led to another, and after 3 Wannabe contests and months of writing for WZ, I have now accomplished my goal. That’s it for me, any other questions you can email me yourself.
Over the last few months, with the end of basketball season, and the beginning of baseball, I have become very busy, and haven’t exactly given the time to my wrestling sites as I once did. Then one day, as I was sitting in Math class, looking around aimlessly as always, I realized something – I missed writing. I missed being able to express my opinion in a way not many can, and in a way that many people prefer – In my columns. I had been called a “top prospect” by many great writers, and after a broken ankle that I suffered healed in late March, I was in a sense throwing all that potential away by not continuing to step into The Locker Room. I lost focus is a simple way to put it. Losing focus happens everywhere. Pro athletes lose focus on the game and focus more on how much money they are making, often holding out on a contract dispute. Lawyers lose focus, sometimes not seeming to care as much about a certain case they are dealing with. There is, however, another profession that many lose focus in, but yet still come back to do great things, and that profession is the great entertainment we know as Pro Wrestling. I’m going to dig into what wrestlers have lost focus, only to regain it and become great successes, while others did not.
People who Re-gained Focus
ON THE BENCH
On The Bench is taking a new role inn my return. Instead of touching on little manners that have been going on lately, I’m going to give everyone a little sneak peak into my next column. So, thanks for reading my return column, and I hope you stick around to read this next one.
In The Locker Room v.15- “The Greatest of a Decade”
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