This whole scenario pretty much spells out my problem with WWE as a whole... If you want to tell us a story than tell us a damn story... It's like they don't want to invest any serious effort into building up their characters and/or plotlines... While in most cases, they fail to pull the trigger in time to offer the audience anything close to instant gratification... Just sad. So much wasted potential.
Haha! I legit don't know how those guys and gals are able to find jobs that let them be gone from work as much as they must be.
I dont think many wrestlers have to be away much, as long as they can get out early on a Friday, as most shows are Friday, Saturday, Sunday. I know quite a few are teachers, since that is a job that gives them the summer off and early days and weekends off.
In addition to the wrestlers themselves, for wrestling fans like myself the teaching schedule is very convenient. I get done at work on Friday at 1:30 and can easily be in Los Angeles for PWG later that night. And my work schedule does not conflict with too many shows I want to watch such as this weekend’s Crockett Cup.
Honestly if you consider some of the really goofy shit they've done with Bray, this really isn't near the top of the list. It's not a bad gimmick, the first promo was great. The thing I'm curious about is how long they give it before they do something stupid and completely kill it off.