Al Snow Explains Why Wrestling Is Different To Other Entertainment Forms

Al Snow Explains Why Wrestling Is Different To Other Entertainment Forms

Al Snow has transitioned his focus from the spotlight to mentoring the next generation of professional wrestlers.

In an interview with Busted Open Radio, the seasoned WWE former Superstar shared insights into the unique nature of wrestling compared to other entertainment forms. Snow underscored the continuous journey inherent in professional wrestling, regardless of one’s level within the industry. He emphasised the significance of each moment, from the instant a wrestler steps onto the stage to the culmination of significant events.

No matter what level you’re on, it’s always a never-ending build to a big moment,

Snow explained.

From the moment you walk out from that curtain, you’re doing anything you can to create a singular moment.

Discussing the transient nature of these moments, Snow highlighted their brevity, often lasting mere seconds during matches or storylines. He stressed that every action undertaken by wrestlers, even in televised angles or storylines, is aimed at crafting moments that lead to a pivotal climax. Moreover, Snow cautioned that even after reaching such a climax, wrestlers are already looking ahead to the next defining moment.

It just keeps going and going and going, and you’re never satisfied,

Snow noted.

And you’re always afraid that if you don’t go forward, you’re gonna slide back.

Which WWE Hall Of Famer Does Al Snow Believe On The Same Level As Arnold Schwarzenegger And Tom Cruise?

Al Snow stated that he believes Hulk Hogan’s drawing power is on par with Hollywood titans Arnold Schwarzenegger and Tom Cruise. Snow compared Hogan’s ability to draw a crowd to a wrestling event in the 80s and said it was on the same level as the Hollywood star’s abilities to draw a crowd to a movie theatre.

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