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Don Callis has a convincing offer of employment for Konosuke Takeshita

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Anyone who watches Konosuke Takeshita wrestle in the ring can clearly see the abundance of talent he possesses. Bryan Danielson has given his stamp of approval to the rising star.

Brian Danielson: Well, tonight, I finally got the chance to wrestle Takeshita, and I was really looking forward to it. I have heard many people have wrestled all over the world. When they wrestled Takeshita, they said, “Man, this guy is great.” And I must feel it.

You know, it’s one thing to watch someone. And I’m watching him, and you see he’s a young man in his twenties, who looks very good. It seems like it’s hitting hard, but I want to feel it, right? It’s one of the things I love about wrestling is the feeling of it out there.

And when we got out and he hit me with the first forearm, I felt it. I felt it. This guy is special. I’ve been in the ring with some of the best wrestlers in the world, some of the best wrestlers of all time. I think we will eventually talk about Takeshita in the same way.

Unfortunately, Takeshita hasn’t been able to pull it all together for meaningful success on AEW TV shows. There is one man who believes he can help turn Takeshita’s fortunes around. Don Callis has a compelling offer of employment.

Callis has been seen over the past few weeks watching Takeshita from a distance (including at PWG BOLA Weekend, where Takeshita was the tournament runner-up). The Invisible Hand finally made his move to approach Takeshita backstage Height.

Pat Callis on Takeshita’s loss to Danielson:

Don Callis: It was a great match, and in my opinion a match you should have won. But you’re on a 17-hour plane delay, but you’re trying to find a home in America, but you’re dealing with all your work issues and your family issues, and by the way, yeah, he wrestled four times in two days for the BOLA Championship, and then he went and faced Bryan Danielson, one of the best wrestlers in the world. . It’s just too much for anyone.

Kenny Omega used to do things like that a few years ago and then I started giving him advice and we avoided that stuff. You see, losses aren’t experience, Takeshita. Losses are losses. And in the end, if you lose enough, no matter how talented you are, there will be nothing left. Your problem is not talent, your problem is that you need help. And I’m just telling you straight-talk, because I think me and Kenny are awesome.

call me. (Hands the business card.) Think about it. We are here to help.

This is the hard court from Calis. The invisible hand has a point about losing. Losing so much can be dangerous. It’s easy to get comfortable with the self-imposed ceiling. Learning to win is an actual skill to acquire. We’ve seen it many times in sports when a young star has a clutch moment. One success builds on the other, the momentum is gaining steam, and then the sky’s the limit. Takeshita is about to break through, and I think he would benefit from a little guidance from the Invisible Hand.

Hopefully, the managerial relationship will focus more on Takeshita honing his craft and not relying on cheating shortcuts, as Calles is known to encourage. Takeshita is very famous for being forced to follow Kalise’s shady ways.

As Takeshita contemplates it, Kalise issues an open invitation to the good life.

Takeshita might bite. He was seen with Callis at the Los Angeles Clippers match in Los Angeles The latest episode of BTE.

Do you think Don Callis would be a good mentor for Konosuke Takeshita?

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