Who is Justin Sane? You worked and booked for Damian Lee for awhile didn't you? So you would know him more than me. I talked to him 3-4 times and nothing happened. Duggan missed a flight, not a secret by any means. And thats true and was replaced by Douglass awhile back. And its true someone else gave me his number, but Douglas worked the openers against Mick Foley when I was setting up towns for Denucci, so we weren't strangers. Didn't you call me sometime last year for a named wrestlers? So I have no idea why it mattered who had the phone number. What you should be talking about instead of phone numbers is the fact the I gave the charity back Duggans money from the difference that Douglas charged. Thats a real lesson to learn right there for a promoter. If you booked name wrestlers that have to fly you would understand that now of days after 911, flights get screwed up. When I send a $300 ticket thats all I can do. The guys always give me the money back so whats your point? Also I didn't know anything about a PPV until Nov, and it's not talk, we already have one done. Why would I talk about that if it wasn't true. I mean thats not something everyone gets to do. If it happens to others I am happy for them. So I have a hard time understanding why you would care what we do or why a show would bother you as far as the talent we book. There are 4-5 wrestlers that we both have used. Ask any of them if I talked about you? You know better than that, but for some reason when I put something on here you try to make it seem cheap and untrue. And the bad part about that is there is no truth to anything you said.
I file taxes on my promotion, I have a business liscense for it. I have liability insurance which is $318 a show, we spend $1600-$2000 on talent per night. There are indy groups running with a payroll less that $318 for insurance, and I am sure you know that. You have promoted a handful of shows, if I had your payroll I would run every night. No offense but a handful of shows promoted does not qualify anyone to make statements about the way a Legends show or any other one for that matter. You don't learn anything not listening to others, and thinking you know what its all about. You worked for me, and worked hard. I never heard an ill word from you. So I don't really understand all of this. However, whats to gain in this deal? Nothing, so once again you were wrong about Lee, and PPV, which by the way we are doing 2 companies with ppv's now. But what fool cares in our buiness, outside of the promotion and the guys working on it. I leave information on here to thank people and to let them know what were doing. You buy a ticket, you can grade the show. You get 2nd hand information from wrestlers and believe it, then your just plain green. This only makes you look bad and I am not interested in making fun of anyone. Run and don't worry, no one owns the towns we book. Go in there yourself and run it. You draw more than me, then GOD BLESS YOU, I would be happy and proud for you. I only answered this because its so far off the truth its not funny. Also I wanted to comment as to why this stupid shit keeps happening when there's no reason for it. I beleive if you had a problem working for us you would have said so. I totally beleive you are man enough and would have already said so. So forgive me, but I just don't understand this game that's being played. And I also didn't care for you calling me a goof awhile back on this forum. We never stiffed you, so thats uncalled for. However, I understand people, and I laugh half of this stuff off. I don't get mad about comments or mad at the people that say them. Because 9 times out of 10 they are usually a former wrestler for us, or another promoter. If you were properly trained by a actual pro wrestling trainer one of the first things you learn is "Never talk bad about another promotion. Never say anything good either, but dam sure don't ever talk bad about them." Since I have been on this forum you have done that to a number of workers and promoters. But his forum is not a shoot, it a forum of connecting with other wrestlers, promoters, and fans. One thing I learned about this business is to not burn bridges. So sorry if I didn't give you the reaction you wanted, and I don't really have time with running 3 business ventures to e-mail back and forth like a couple of school girls. So best of luck, and may all your shows sell out, Rock