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Treats and Tricks

by spike.com   November 04, 2010 at 10:00AM  |  Views: 159

This year I missed the first half of Halloween as I was flying home that morning from TNA shows in Missouri. I was too tired and worn out to do much, or put much thought into a costume, but you're are never too old to buy candy and stuff your face on Halloween. And that's what I did.

Still, I hope next year me and my buddies have the motivation to go as Dethklock. I have no problem growing a mustache just like Toki Wartooth.

 

Alex Shelley

Injuries.

I've wrestled 9 out of the past 10 days. It's not like they're short matches either; the average time is probably somewhere around 15 minutes a piece. It hurts. I'd like to think I keep myself in pretty good condition, but I've been falling on my back pretty consistently for the past 10 years. I can't believe it's been that long, but that's a blog for another time. So many people look at what we do and assume the ring is a lot more bouncy than it actually is. I know I did. Unfortunately, it's not necessarily the wrestling that kills you. It's the absolute lack of sleep. It's the fact we're cramped up in planes for two separate flights before spending five hours in a car within a 12-hour period. It's the lack of food on the road, it's the addition of tons of bruises and sprains and aches and pains.

Some days, I wonder what it'd be like to wake up totally, completely pain-free, but then I'd have to live with the emotional pain of never chasing a dream.

 

 


Tune in to an all new episode of TNA iMPACT! Thursday night at 9PM/8C on Spike, followed by TNA Reaction that takes you behind-the-curtain at 11PM/10C!

 

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