Please notice that this spot was previously occupied by an interview, originally written in another language and later translated to english by me, to someone that later on complained about the standard of the translation.
While i am very grateful for this person for his time and for having worried so much about the quality of my english, i would rather be the one deciding how content is published on my own site and ultimately opted for taking it down.
Articles here are not proofread, are badly edited and translated; they also contain several typos, curse words, childish puns and neologisms; it's the way i prefer both in projects and in life.
So please have a random short interview i just made up, if you are not pleased with it just click here to be interviewed by me.
How does it feel like to be a luchador in 2015
Well it's pretty nice but the training is pretty hard and the gym my team uses has outdated equipment.
People in richer parts of town have access to better rings and to quality equipment, which implies them being selected for closed-group championships. One can only hope one day things will change, but i am kind of fed up with this life and i would like to close with the past.
Is this the reason why you have ultimately decided to abandon your career in lucha fights?
The reason behind this choice is entirely personal and has nothing to do with the government or reptilian cults.
I believe that each person has the right to have reptilian eyes, even celebrities. This is ultimately why you should follow my example i think.
What do you miss most about what you used to do before
You see, once you join a reptilian cult you kind of abandon what you were in the past.
This radical choice allows you to focus on your present and to stop worrying about the future.
Take it sleazy and rock on,