Do you think you got what it takes to pursue a career in the WWE?

@LifeGuru (923)
November 10, 2008 7:51am CST
The subject speaks for itself. So, you you think you got what it takes? I want to be a wwe diva one day, but it takes lots of training to get the moves down right, because what I heard from Lisa Marie Veron (Victoria) on her myspace blog is that, "one wrong move" might mess up yourlife so it's good to always have something to fall back on if you're thinking to change your career idea.
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• United States
11 Nov 08
I know for a fact that even when I was in the best shape of my life I would not be able to pursue a WWE career. Would I have liked to yes, but if you thikn about all the time that you are away from friends and family I could not bear it. I know a wrestler and he had to travel 300+ days per year to stay within the limits of his contract. The family life is very hard to find in WWE and like Victoria said in her blog one wrong move could mess up your whole life in just an instant.
• India
10 Nov 08
Good luck to you hope to see you one day as a wwe diva, as of me no ways too much blood is involved in it.
@cream97 (29169)
• United States
10 Nov 08
No, not in this lifetime.. I really don't have the time to tackle a woman down constantly...
@ez1982 (97)
10 Nov 08
I would've loved to have been a WWE diva when I was younger but I have to admit I don't think I could as I have a knee problem I've been trying to get diagnosed for 5 years and no one can tell me what the problem is. I'm probably too much much of a wimp as well! I'm not so keen on most the current divas - it seems to be more about the lingerie than about the wrestling - bring back Lita! Good luck with your training :)