A few weeks ago I started this series dedicated to looking back at story I heard regarding Justin Credible and how he was on a mission to undue all the damage he did in the past, to make people forget who he once was and know who he now is. I guess what I am saying is "Bad time don't last, but Bad guys do!!" or something to the effect of if you realize you been acting the wrong way and want to fix it you always have a chance to do that. Justin did exactly that and now onto Part 4 and the end of this series:
(Unfortunately, this may never be able to be aired as we believe that some of our equipment, including the recording device used for this was stolen at our hotel before we had left Winston-Salem) But, regardless, Justin spoke with passion for nearly an hour with us, proving without any doubt what I had said earlier in this piece about him being such a diehard fan of professional wrestling even to this very day. Justin Credible is a throwback to a day gone by in pro wrestling. Justin is the type of person that believes in shaking every hand in the locker room, from main eventers to rookies. One
that through his fantastic new YouTube show, “Pro Wrestling 101” is doing his
best to “give back” to the young talent and future stars of the sport he loves.
One that has accepted the demons that he has worked so hard to overcome and truly loves climbing into the ring, whether it is in front of 15,000 fans and millions around the world on pay per view or a few hundred fans at an Indy show. One that has come full circle and has a fresh new outlook and has seen a “rebirth” of sorts to his career because of his hard work to turn his life around…and one that drove over 1,300 miles round trip, with two separate hotel stops in a 48 hour period to make his Wrestlecade appearance for the thousands that paid to see him as a part of the show.
Like I said to begin this piece, it is not often in the world of sports entertainment of 2013 that you hear a story of a performing and their travels to a show unless it is one that is negative and bashes them for missing a date or being late, etc. This however was a story that I felt worthy of being told, as both myself, Steve, the people behind the Wrestlecade show and the thousands of fans who popped loudly when Justin came through the curtain and was introduced are very appreciative of his being there…even if no one other than myself, Steve, P.J., and his wife were aware of these issues he overcame to get there. To borrow a phrase from the man himself, I would have to say that a performer that would go above and beyond to these lengths to not let down his fans…well that’s not just the best, that’s not just the coolest…that my friends, is Justin Credible.
(Credit to WGD Weekly with Steve and The Scum) Original post can be viewed at https://www.facebook.com/WGDWeekly?ref=br_tf