NBCChicago.com is featuring an interview with Colt Cabana who talks about his wrestling career post-WWE and the success he has found on the independent level marketing himself.
“My story that I’ve told a million times: Fired by the WWE, I was told that I couldn’t live my dream and I said I wouldn’t give up. I let people into my world. I think it’s very important, but I won’t let WWE tell me that I can’t be a professional wrestler, that I can’t do this for a living. I have so many people onboard now that love what I do, that support what I do, they want to see me successful. They want to see me succeed. I think that’s important to small business. Every time they buy a T-shirt, they know it’s going to me. They know it’s going to help me live my dream. Every time they buy a digital download or come to a show and get an autograph. That’s literally going into my pocket to help me live and keep me in wrestling, which WWE didn’t want me to do.”
Thanks to Marc Kruskol for sending word.