cbacon87 Posted March 29, 2017 Share Posted March 29, 2017 AKA "Pay No Attention To That Man Not Behind The Curtain" DISCLAIMER: Despite having played EWR and TEW for a while, I've never really dived into the CornellVerse extensively. So, if anything seems particularly off about what I'm doing to anyone who knows the database better than me, feel free to let me know. ----------- 1 UNREAD MESSAGE □ Richard Eisen This is Richard Eisen, owner of the Supreme Wrestling Fede... FROM: Richard Eisen (firstname.lastname@example.org) TO: The Grand Avatar (email@example.com) This is Richard Eisen, owner of the Supreme Wrestling Federation™. I've been assured this arrangement will be worth the hassle of corresponding with you in this fashion, rather than meeting with you in person. This is all rather unorthodox, but Jerry is quite sure you're the man to fill the void and get this company back where it belongs, on top. But make no mistake - I want results and I want them quickly. With that said, I have some requests of you before you start work tomorrow. Firstly, I expect you to be careful with my money (this should go without saying). Any transactions go through me and while I'm willing to support my company, I won't be pouring money down the drain. Second, for the time being, I expect you to keep this company on an even keel - not just financially but in stature. I'm sure you understand, this is a pivotal period of time in the wrestling business. This company has been a national staple and I expect it to stay that way. So don't do anything stupid. In regards to talent, I trust that you have your own ideas and that's what you've been hired for. The contract release of Captain Atomic has been taken care of. However, I do have a couple of recommendations that I trust you will take on board. Over the next two years, I want you to turn Frederique Antonio Garcia into a main event talent. He's been with this company for a decade now and I think it's time he got his shot. Heck of a body. Longer term, I see big things in this kid Mikey Lau. Make sure you keep him front of mind. Give it two/three years and he should be in a position to contribute higher up the card. You're free to sign new talent, provided you spend my money wisely. I have just three demands. None of those 'mixed martial artists'. We're Sports Entertainment, not cage fighting and I've been lead to believe fighters are rather self-interested, headstrong negotiators. Besides, we have Lau for that kind of thing. Steer clear of anyone with problems outside of the ring. And thirdly, focus on new stars. Anyone over the age of 45, forget it. No nostalgia acts. We're not USPW. My son Jerry will largely be corresponding with you from this point onwards, keeping you up to date with what you need to know. He's more for this e-mail thing than I am. However, should any problems arise, I will be in touch. I look forward to working with you and taking this company new, greater heights. Richard Eisen Owner of the Supreme Wrestling Federation™. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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