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WWE Hires Wrestler as Trainer for Performance Center

– WWE has re-hired Nick “Eugene” Dinsmore but now he will be working as a trainer. He’s expected to report to the WWE Performance Center in Orlando soon.

Dinsmore was originally scheduled to report to work a few weeks ago but word going around this week is that he would start within the next two weeks. There’s also talk that WWE may be looking to hire additional trainers.

Source: PWInsider

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  • http://WWW.WrestleNewZ.com/ Bork Lazer Living Legend

    Eugene and santino would make an interesting tag team

    • xXwindsofchangeXx

      Except there’s no way in bloody hell they could get away with having Eugene’s gimmick on TV nowadays. The WWE and the world have become too politically correct. And this would probably be one of the changes I would agree with. That gimmick pushed the limits of good taste years ago, and I think the only reason they got it past the network was because he was portrayed very sympathetically and gave the main event faces (Rock, for example) an underdog to stand up for. I feel like you can parody national stereotypes, political parties, culture stereotypes, no problem. Once you start reaching into race, religion, gender, mental condition, you’re playing with fire at best.


        So no more Fruity Pebbles refrences from The Rock inlight of Darren Young…

        • xXwindsofchangeXx

          Except ‘fruity’ is a really dated term for homosexual men to the point where I actually haven’t heard it used in years. Although I suppose it’s another thing entirely if someone were to say that TO Darren Young…

          • SdotC

            Weird… I could have sworn I heard the Rock used “fruity” as a derogatory term just this year.

            In all seriousness, I have to disagree with you. The WWE got plenty of flack for Eugene back around 2005. Sure they’d get more now because of B-A-Star, but the notion that “this” is no problem but “that” is ‘playing with fire’ is one I must disagree with. You’re just stating what YOU find acceptable. Let me put it into an actual context: The justification the WWE used for the mentally handicapped character was that he’s a babyface, someone the crowd is supposed to cheer, and as long as the bully gets his in the end, it’s really saying that the disabled person (and by extension, all disabled people) aren’t so different from the rest of us. Now let’s use an example you approved, national stereotypes: Let’s say you have a babyface who’s Canadian and he goes through the same thing. How does the notion that sending a message of “see guys, the Canadian isn’t inferior to us after all!” sound to you? Because it doesn’t sound any better to me, in fact it sounds worse because you’re equating being Canadian to being a hurdle the wrestler must overcome, whereas mental disability is already accepted as such in the public’s mind.

            With heels it’s a bit different, but the thought of a Eugene/Santino team being heel is bananas anyway.

    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3aMVlNPjpbI The Devourer of Dimensions



      No, Jackson Demarco.

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