Honest question for the boys

Honest question for the boys

Scott Powers
Scott Powers

December 4th, 2011, 9:17 am #1

As far as Miller i was wanting to know how much on the average does he pay to bring in regular independents in.
I know i am not a big WWE name guy but i would like to know i could cover gas and food and a Super 8.
Thanks if anybody can give me a rough amount.
I am located on the border from Ohio&Ky.
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Scott Powers
Scott Powers

December 4th, 2011, 9:20 am #2

Oh yeah i don't want to get anybody heat for a answer so if you can't answer on the board.
So here is my email geescott69@yahoo.com
Thanks!
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December 4th, 2011, 2:55 pm #3

I would think you'd need booked first.
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December 4th, 2011, 3:25 pm #4

Why wouldn't you email him and ask him that in private instead of posting on here? You don't ask that shit on a fucking message board.
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December 4th, 2011, 4:38 pm #5

you do if you want to see what lies will surface
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Scott Powers
Scott Powers

December 5th, 2011, 2:15 am #6

Sorry if i offended any ,just forget it all.
Usually when guys get their panty's in a wad there is more to it imop.
If these answers given just because i asked one or two questions something tells me to drop it for my own benefit.
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December 6th, 2011, 9:08 pm #7

Let's look at this. Scott, you live 5-6 hours from Pittsburgh. So, let's say at least $80 in gas. Then at least another $20 in tolls. I am not sure what food you'd desire, but let's stay practical and say $25 for food. Then a Super 8 is $50 on the cheap side. So, look at yourself and ask am I worth $175+ in Pittsburgh PA? Because, what that means is that you will have to draw an additional 18-20 fans for Miller just to break even on you at that price. And that's not 18-20 that would like to see you. That's 18-20 that were NOT coming to the show, until Scott Powers got booked on it. And this is no knock against you in anyway. It's the state of the indy wrestling business. And I'd think you would understand that. If you aren't a name you aren't going to draw anymore than a local worker that will require far less pay.
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Scott Powers
Scott Powers

December 7th, 2011, 1:23 am #8

Let's look at this. Scott, you live 5-6 hours from Pittsburgh. So, let's say at least $80 in gas. Then at least another $20 in tolls. I am not sure what food you'd desire, but let's stay practical and say $25 for food. Then a Super 8 is $50 on the cheap side. So, look at yourself and ask am I worth $175+ in Pittsburgh PA? Because, what that means is that you will have to draw an additional 18-20 fans for Miller just to break even on you at that price. And that's not 18-20 that would like to see you. That's 18-20 that were NOT coming to the show, until Scott Powers got booked on it. And this is no knock against you in anyway. It's the state of the indy wrestling business. And I'd think you would understand that. If you aren't a name you aren't going to draw anymore than a local worker that will require far less pay


Well i like a guy who backs up his statements and you have my respect telling it like it is.
I never figured it would be worth the promoter or my time.
I only started this thread for a discussion and you respectively answered it.
I don't know your name but who ever you are ,thank you for not flaming me.
You are a true gentleman .
BTW,my last match i was paid $75.00 only 50 miles away.
PS i would like to shake your hand some day for the respect you have shown me.
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Scott Powers
Scott Powers

December 7th, 2011, 1:32 am #9

To be honest i had no intention working for him but was just curios .
Btw some of the members of the Nwa gave me some good advice about PWX,case closed.
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December 7th, 2011, 4:42 am #10

No Scott you turn into a board basher yourself. You've never been to PWX,never wented to come to PWX but yet you want to know pay. Then you say you heard from other members about PWX. I would think with all the respect you say you have. You would judge a company on fact not stories. Seems like your on a flaming mission of your own.
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