It never fails to amaze me how people will head out to the ol'rumor mill the second someone tells them to. Say that the moon landing was fake and you'll see hoards of people rushing out to prove that the government has put a blindfold over their right to know all. Suggest that the United States used time travel to defeat Germany during the second World War and you'll have a mass of pseudo-intellectuals racing in through a haze of bong smoke to demand a trip back to the sixties so that they can get some of the good acid. Imply that one of Corey Page's most hated adversaries showed up at his doorstep, begging for a contract with Page's up and coming empire, Sin Wrestling, and you have exactly what you see before you: a bunch of moronic wrestling "smarts" fumbling with the possibilities this could hold.
Well, folks, this is Kevin Smash, the only real wrestling smart, here to lay to rest all of these rampant stories. Okay, so maybe I don't care about the moon landing or time travel, but I can say that every one of you that has mailed in about the supposed entrance of the legendary -- and I use the term loosely -- Tony Millennia into Sin Wrestling based on a bunch of hearsay are barking up the wrong tree. In fact, you're not even barking up a tree at all. You're barking up an enormous pile of feces, constructed into a tower by these idiots who actually think they know what they're talking about when it comes to this great profession.
I, Kevin Smash, who has spent years upon years in this business, know far better than all of you. For you to consider Tony Millennia as someone who would even think about becoming a contender in Corey Page's privately funded organization is absolute lunacy, but for you to go so far as to believe that even if Millennia was stupid enough to try to enter SW, Page would be able look at him without laughing and spitting in his face is downright ignorant.
For those of you who are not as educated as I am in the history of all things, Corey Page and Tony Millennia were once celebrated parts of Xtreme World Wrestling, where Page enjoyed status as a main eventer -- a status which Millennia would only sample while with XWW.
Some say it was bitterness.
Others say it was a clash of egos.
I say it was jealousy over Betsy the Goat, but hey, who am I?
Nevertheless, the heated rivalry that spawned between Corey Page and Tony Millennia spread itself over every facet of their lives. Yes, I said "lives" because this hostility didn't stop inside the ring. It continued on into the lockerroom in the form of several sour confrontations, witnessed by just about everyone in the federation. But no, it didn't stop there, either. Their hatred soon branched out beyond the lockerroom, with both parties making it known that they did not care for one another in even the slightest form. It went on like this for as long as the two were even loosely associated with one another. Just when everyone thought they might have gotten over it, things would explode all over again -- worse than before, even.
As you can see, there is no end to the Page-Millennia conflict. If they couldn't come to an agreement years ago, then what makes you think they would suddenly turn over a new leaf? Is it because Tony Millennia has recently ended his run with New Era Wrestling -- an end which many said would never come? Could it be because Corey Page is actively searching for high class talent to add to Sin Wrestling's ranks -- a search which may warrant ending an old rivalry?
You can answer those anwyay you like, but the facts remain: Tony Millennia hates Corey Page; Corey Page hates Tony Millennia. Since both men hold their pride very close to them, it is therefore foolish to even begin to wonder if they would lay their malice for one another aside, even for a sole business venture, since this would mean that they would have to admit their wrongs -- wrongs which neither feel they have committed.
But like I said, who am I? I'm just the only real wrestling smart around. You can bark back up your mound of feces, or you can listen to the ramblings of someone who, you know, actually does know what they're talking about.
-Smashing the rumor mill with one flick of the wrist