ASK-A-WAI: Ask Us Anything! (October 2019)

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John Pollock and Wai Ting answer their patrons’ questions from the POST Wrestling Forum in the October 2019 edition of Ask-A-Wai.

This month we answer your questions about NXT, AEW, ROH, Triple H’s “global localization”, John’s wrestling knowledge, our favourite Halloween candies as children, lucha coverage on POST, what albums we’d force Damian Abraham to listen to, and more.

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Triple H’s “Global Localization” plan is such a double-edged sword situation.

On the one hand, it allows local wrestlers to revive world-wide exposure and a decent salary to wrestle full time without needing a day job.

On the other hand however, it squeezes out local companies that don’t want to act as a feeder promotion. It also can block the local wrestlers who are signed from working certain events or even opponents.

Honestly I’d love to see the Australian scene blossom into a point where most of our best & most talented wrestlers could do this full time without needing a day job. But I’m very cautious of what’s happened in the UK since and would hate for that to happen here to.

It’s almost almost 40-years since WCW (Australia) closed down and we haven’t had a truly nation promotion since. I’d hate to see the scene go though a slump like that again.

Full-sized chocolate bar household right here!
Made the switch about five years ago. Would rather buy 100 full sized bars and give those away (from Dollarama at $.82 a bar) vs buying three or four bags of “fun size” bars or candies, for what works out to about the same price.

Plus, you automatically blow every kid’s mind when they see a full-sized chocolate bar waiting for them. Once you see that, you can never go back!