A: I think the worst thing about it is that it makes fans gun shy to give independent wrestling a shot. You hear of crappy shows, or shows getting canceled and fans not getting their money refunded. And now in the world of social media, that spreads. One of the big things about this state is the Maryland State Athletic Commission. Every year you hear someone say that they wish the state would deregulate wrestling. I don't want them to deregulate wrestling in Maryland. In states like New Jersey, or Florida, that have deregulated, you hear that there's basically a different show on every corner. If they deregulated in Maryland, anybody could rent a bingo hall and wrestling ring and run a show. I'm glad the Athletic Commission is around because it prevents that from happening. When shows are run badly, it's a slap in the face to all of independent wrestling. If you're an average fan, giving independent wrestling a shot for the first time, they see WWE as on a pedestal by itself, which it should be, but then they just see everything else below it as lumped together. So as far as the fans go, if these promoters run things badly, it's a huge negative for all of us. ... And that's why promotions like ours stand out, because they know I'm not going to do anything like that. The wrestlers that work for me know that the money is going to be good and I'm not going to cancel shows. I think I've had to cancel three shows out of 200 shows that I've promoted.