I start Mondays with Hoarders and then Intervention on A&E. By the end of those shows, I feel so good about myself. But I want to suggest a show for the WWE Network called “WWE Therapy”, where people who used to work there live in a group home setting and talk about how messed up they are since they worked for Vince and Co. I’ve been gone from there for almost 9 years and it took at least 5 years before I started to feel normal.
The WWE show would be fascinating.
(TNA could have a similar show but no one would watch that either…)
But I digress.
When young wrestlers tell me their goal is to go to the WWE, I wonder why they are in wrestling. Don’t get me wrong… wrestlers can go to the WWE but to me, I think they are looking for more. Here’s my advice to those who want to go to the WWE.
If you are mentally and physically prepared for working there, you stand a better than average change of only winding up marginally insane after you leave there. But it breaks my heart when young wrestlers get frustrated by not being able to get in. It’s not you, it’s them. Trust me.
Say it, don’t spray it @RealKevinKelly on Twitter. Gracias amigos!
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