PCO was recently on “Busted Open Radio”. During the appearance, he discussed the one aspect of the business that he believes will always be important as well as his desire to not only learn new things, but to be able to pass his knowledge down to the younger generation of wrestlers. Here are the highlights:
On Storytelling Always Being Important:
I think the big thing about this businesses is living with changes with the evolution in the business. A lot of things are changing in this business, but one thing that will never change is the ability to tell a story – this is one thing that will never change.
On Needing To Always Adapt:
If you don’t accept the changes that are happening in this business, you can’t progress. In order to progress, you have to change and adapt to the changes.
On Wanting To Learn & Pass Down Knowledge At The Same Time:
Most of the times, I’m listening to the younger generation. If I think it’s important to put my two cents in, I will. But I’ve been picking up on brains. Like Bully Ray has a great mind for this business. There’s a bunch of other guys behind the scenes that are incredible with ideas. For me it’s a team effort. I’m trying to get as much from everybody like a big mastermind association. If I can incorporate any knowledge to someone who’s not knowledgeable I’m trying to do it in order to be successful. I’m trying to put all the brains and all the elements possible in order to have the best advice in order to be successful.
You can listen to the interview below:
"A lot of things are changing in this business, but one thing that will never change is the ability to tell a story."
@PCOisNotHuman tells @bullyray5150 @davidlagreca1 that as a veteran storytelling is just as important as it is to progress and evolve with new wrestling talent pic.twitter.com/QarIVqmGzj
— SiriusXM Busted Open (@BustedOpenRadio) May 6, 2019
Credit: Busted Open Radio. H/T WrestlingInc.
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