When it comes to becoming a top star in Pro Wrestling there are many skills the that the talent will have to deliver.
When you think of the greats that have stepped in the wrestling ring you remember their wrestling skill, athletic ability, heart, never-say-die attitude but one of the biggest ones is how the superstar worked the mic.
This one skill can either make or break a wrestlers career. Some have seized the moment and have shined bright as others have failed and been booed to shame.
Some have good ring skills but have never reached the top and there could be one reason why. This is why many wrestlers craft their skills and anticipate the moment to be the top guy.
The mic can be your friend or your worst enemy. The ones who let the mic beat them have trouble rising to the top. But the ones who work the mic have always shined and have became wrestling's best.
One speech on the mic can turn rise you from the mid-card status all the way to the top of the roster. To some, the mic has become golden and there is a reason why.
The microphone has been in the business for years and is a major part of a wrestlers career. You can go for so long with being silent there comes a time where you have to take your chance at the mic.
You can either suceed or fail at the at the skills of the mic. Being great on the mic can help a wrestler to put on great promos, it can even make a feud more interesting.
War of the words before a huge event is great it brings out all the emotion and it makes a great build up. So you can either shine on the mic or watch your career die.