At the recent C2E2, Nick interviewed me. That interview can be found at WrestleZone.com's Nick Hausman Interviews Johngy at C2E2. After joking a bit about the confusion over pronouncing Johngy, Nick asked me about local wrestlers who should get a look by the big leagues.
That is a simple question, yet it is also a loaded question. It is tough naming a few people and leaving off some very talented wrestlers. Even so, very talented wrestlers don't necessarily make it to the WWE (or TNA). I didn't want to just pick my favorite Resistance Pro wrestlers, although even that would have been hard with all who I have seen over the years.
In the end, I chose two wrestlers who have gotten looks by the WWE or TNA. These two have what it takes. I also picked an excellent wrestler with a great gimmick, which would work, especially in the WWE. Finally, I picked the best woman on the scene right now. She will be a star in the WWE at some point.
Getting back to Nick, he is a tireless worker. When I first saw he joined WrestleZone.com, I wasn't surprised. If he ends up with the WWE, I won't be surprised. He's one of those guys who will work his way through the business. With a break here or there and continued drive, there's no telling where Nick might land.
I am not fluffing Nick because he interviewed me. In fact, I had messaged him prior to C2E2 to ask if we could meet up for a quick picture for my coverage. He asked me for the interview on the spot.
You can check out Nick's work on WrestleZone.com. WZ is a regular stop on my daily web surfing. If you like wrestling, WrestleZone.com is for you.
Nick Hausman and me in Chicago, IL-March 2016.