DAVEFAN95 Posted December 28, 2017 Share Posted December 28, 2017 Life is a rollercoaster, so is wrestling.One minute you’re jubilant, the next depressed. I don’t think anybody really understands what it means to be TCW. Sure, everybody goes through strife and difficulties but look at SWF, their most difficult time is happening right now, yet they’ll still be the best company at the end of the month. USPW had to build from the bottom to get here sure, but did they ever have difficulty in that rise, sure they did, but as an outsider one can look at them and say their rise was easier than anybody else’s, except maybe ours. However, since then it’s been nothing but setback after setback and the past three years haven’t been any different. Let me just name some of the losses we’ve suffered over the last 24 months. Tommy Cornell, Gone. Rick Law, Gone. Joey Minnesota, Gone. Koshiro Ino, you guessed it, Gone. And hey, that’s not all, Genghis Rahn, Blackfire, Harry Allen, Texas Pete, all gone. You see it's a constant struggle and life throws a wrench in the works just to see how you react, well reacted better than anybody. You see many companies would be dead with those kind of losses. Being used to go onto the other two but there was one man we could count on, a superstar equal to anybody SWF or USPW had. Rocky Golden. After signing him in 2006, he’s been on the rise to become the biggest star in wrestling today and we have him. His contract runs out tomorrow and I know what you’re thinking “Oh, he’s leaving to one of the others, isn’t he?” Well that is where you are wrong, I gave him his new contract yesterday and he called me last night to confirm he will be dropping his contract to me today, committing his future to TCW. Knock, Knock, Knock “Come in.” “Ah, Rocky. Have you got your contract for me?” “Kyle….. I’m leaving” Ah %$&@. TCW: Rocky Beginnings Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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