WWE, TNA, and all U.S./Canada based graps talk
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It is innately up the person being trained at the end of the day to point out the obvious.
If I am starting off in wrestling I going to Lance's school ASAP for the training and networking possibilities. However from what several people have told me he doesn't remotely touch on character work. In general, flabbergasted by how few wrestlers don't take basic acting, public speeching classes or just take in the mirror.
Ferrante207 wrote:I've heard nothing but good things about Brian Fury.
Same. Retiring from Wrestling himself will be a huge boon for Pro Wrestling in the long run. New England has proven to be a great proving ground for Wrestlers in this era as breaking out of the area is such a steep climb.
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Also: is the only metric of a good trainer produces world class wrestlers?
What if I'm just an insurance bro and I wanna be Fireman Dan on the weekends and said trainer is helpful for getting there? Are we taking into account customer service or ease to work with? I know that in HS and college lax I didn't respond well to drill Sargent types and preferred hippy dippy kumbaya types.
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I think we're all missing the obvious answer here: "Brutal" Bob Evans.
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Who's Rob Viper ?
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Aoki. He trains the AJP rookies. Aoki also retrained Jake Lee. However, Sato helped Aoki with Nomura.