They'll put just about anything here on Cable Access channels nowadays. Junior Proms, town meetings, etc.. that's all that's ever on these types of channels, especially living in Mumbai.
Why are me and my friends watching cable access while there's better stuff on? I don't know.. we've just been drinking and lusting after these teenage girls in their tight prom dresses, wondering where the heck they live.
Finally, after two hours, someone decided to suggest actually changing the channel.
And look.. it's Mae Young[80 yr old ex-female wrestler] prancing around half naked on TV!
One of my friends, who must have been really wasted, started calling Mae Young a hot piece of ass and wondered how the hell can someone like him get someone like her.
Well, we told him that most women in the wrestling business tend to hang out with guys also in the business. Probably due to the loneliness or whatever.. that gave him an inspiration.
"Dude, let's be pro wrestlers! Maybe someday the WWE will notice us and we can hang out with them hot chicks like Mae Young and the Fabulous Moolah!"
Now, I was hoping that was the alcohol talking, but that wasn't a bad idea. However, obviously we'd wanna get involved with Stacy Keibler, Trish Stratus, etc.. and maybe, just maybe we'd get lucky enough to join the WWE and be 'company' for the divas on long plane/bus/train/etc rides across the country.
So, the next day we got together and started wrestling. We had no training, so we were pretty much horrible. There was some potential, but for the most part we were brutally bad. How the heck is the WWE going to notice us?
Simply put.. we were pathetic. However, that hasn't stopped anybody else before. We were going to follow our dreams and become true wrestling superstars. We were going to form our own promotion, but we were pathetic.. and that gave me
an idea.. "Pathetic Pro Wrestling"! I knew someone down at the cable access station that can give us some time to show the local Mumbai crowd what we were capable of, and hopefully in our delusion there'd be some word of mouth... leading to bigger and better things!
Yea, right.. but it couldn't hurt to give it a shot, eh?