The point is a little off. Workers need to work other places to make their name mean more. When you can see the same guy everywhere you go in one area the fans get tried of you. PWX gives you 24 or more shows in one area. Find 24 or more in Ohio, WV etc. you now are out there and in each town you mean more to the promoter because you can only be seen there. Be a main stay in 5 or 6 promotions that don't hurt each other and you'll go a lot further. You'll sell more pics, shirts etc.
Exactly my point. A wrestler is a commodity, the more your out there the more you get recognized. But (beating a dead horse here) as I said, the wrestlers talent has a big part in his/her success. A wrestler can't have a limited repertoire and expect to get the top cards.
This is where (now a days anyway) wrestling clinics come into play. Today, if you want to hone and perfect certain moves, you find the clinic that will give you what you want. If noticed, the WWE, RAW, ROH wrestlers didn't just use one trainer or clinic. They went to multiple trainers to get the skills needed to perfect their art. They then used them to get noticed by whatever means, showing up when their venues were in town, sending videos, basically self promoting themselves.
I will use a PWX wrestler for example, Apollyon not only went to the PWX Academy, but trained there 2 years. Then he went to a wrestling clinic, then a training camp.
NWA-East/PWX "Pro Wrestling Academy"
2003 Trainers - (left out)
2003/2004 Trainers - (left out)
Clinic - (left out)
Training Camps: Ring Of Honor
But he isn't stopping there, he's giving himself exposure to other wrestling venues as well, and he's getting noticed. Because he just doesn't stay at PWX, but also travels and wrestles at other venues like: CWE, BDW, ASW, CWE, CWF, CAPW, Deaf WrestleFest, EWA, FSW, HoPWF/NWL, ICW, KCW, NEW, UCW. He just got a Shot at NASW down in Wentworth, NC.
Now this is what I'm talking about when I say, perfecting your art, and getting your talent out there to get noticed.