Ross points out that Managers/valets are becoming less and less common in the business, but he still considers Paul Heyman to be the best talker in WWE today. He says if there is one key point that you need to get over in order to sell a big match, Heyman is the guy you want delivering that point.
Brawler informs that he worked with Ultimate Warrior on many occasions, and Warrior even knocked him out accidentally during matches multiple times. Regardless, they had a good relationship and Brawler calls Warrior a ‘good guy’. The day before Warrior died he personally told Brawler that he was the only person who didn’t knock him on his DVD. Brawler refused to be negative in that DVD’s filming, or in life in general. He says that negativity gets you nowhere in this world.
That sums up today’s episode of The Ross Report. You can listen to the show yourself anytime here, and I’ll catch ya next week for another recap!
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