Blocks 3 & 4:
Taz believes that Triple H and NXT officials deserve a lot of credit for the work they do building talents in NXT. When a new talent appears on the scene they lose their first couple of matches, and then in the blink of an eye Triple H manages to start building them as credible challengers. Taz does point out that mainstream audiences aren’t as forgiving as the Full Sail audience, and first impressions tend to hold more weight with mainstream audiences.
Taz discusses his hatred of fans utilizing words from the wrestling business such as ‘jobber’, ‘babyface’, or ‘work’. He decides to come up with a new language called ‘Markology’ that wrestling cans can use to discuss the business without using the traditional inside terms. A couple of his suggestions were instead of saying ‘Colour’, fans say ‘Red Zone’ instead. Also instead of saying ‘Babyface’, fans could say ‘Happyjack’.
That sums up today’s episode of The Taz Show. You can listen to the show yourself anytime here, and I’ll catch ya tomorrow for another recap!