*Emily stood behind the entrance curtain just after watching the newest signed client Yoshi Togo exit through them making his way to the ring. She knew that Mr. Pryor would be making his way this route soon enough and she had to get a word with him before he made it to the ring. Within 20 seconds, he could be seen making his way around the corner of the corridor. Her smile immediately showed as she began making her way towards him as she spoke up.*
Mr. Pryor, can I get a quick word with you? I know it's urgent you get ready to make your entrance but it'll only be a few seconds.
"Of course I've got time... I'm only dealing with a no name anyways... I swear, only like 4 people know who this turd is, and they're all under the same umbrella... Payne, Hayley... you know... them people..."
Umm...Okay Mr. Pryor Ahhh...*Clears her throat*...Well a lot of the fans of APW want to know exactly what took you so long to get here to APW when there was so much talent from New York already here? I mean we haven't seen a WHOLE lot of you since you stopped competing in Ohio. And what finally brought you TO Action Packed Wrestling as opposed to some other promotions out there that CERTAINLY wanted you or in some cases NEEDED you?
"If you're talking about Detroit... I was worth more sold than I was signed. I don't care about money, even going through a divorce, that will never be a problem. but they? They needed it... and APW jumped on the oppurtunity. Now they're fully functional, and I'm still even helping them, even though I'm not on their cards.
APW is the beneficiary from that... and I'm back doing what I love, and without having to deal with a bunch of crap that pretty much makes me have to take matters into my own hands. That, is very much a relief. As for Ohio? Yeah, I had decided not to compete there over the offseason, but I was asked to do what I do best... and that is make stars. I helped along a young pair untill their operation was fully functional, and then saw my time to step back behind the curtain and allow them to grab the ball and run with it."