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Posted: Dec 25 2014, 07:41 PM
© darren criss
BELOW YOU WILL FIND THE DIFFERENT MEMBER GROUPS AVAILABLE ON OUR SITE. THEY ARE BASIC INFORMATION TO GIVE YOU AN OVERVIEW OF WHO ROAM THE INDUSTRY.
Superstars are the premier male talent in the organization. They are featured as the main stars of the roster and showcased weekly on Monday Night Ignite. Superstars have worked their way to receiving more opportunities in terms of talent development. You can see them in the main shows and other promotional work conducted by the organization.
Divas are the premier female talent in the organization. They are featured as the main stars of the roster and showcased weekly on Monday Night Ignite.. Superstars have worked their way to receiving more opportunities in terms of talent development. You can see them in the main shows and other promotional work conducted by the organization.
Legends are male or female talents who have made their mark in the industry. They are called legends for their years of hard work and their ability to etch their name in history. They are generally more experienced. Sometimes they are requested to fill in roles to enhance the promotion. Most of the time they are considered a "special feature" for the shows. Some are semi-retired while others take on other responsibilities such as training the other talent or filling out on-screen management roles.
Managers are male or female talents who are considered talent enhancers. They mostly serve as a "mouthpieces" for Superstars or Divas. They are featured as main stars of the roster and showcased weekly on Monday Night Ignite or the developmental show, Revolution.They rarely get physically involved in official bookings but have been deemed useful in terms of helping develop a talent's appeal to the audience.
Developmental talent are male or female talent who aspire to become Superstars or Divas.They are featured as the main stars of the bi-weekly show, Revolution. They go through a special program wherein they are trained to their full potential. Before talents are assigned to the main roster, they go through this special process to gain training and experience. Development talents vary- some have little to zero experience and need the training to be a star. Others have been trained in various promotions but are educated to the style and philosophy of the organization.
Management roles are both on-screen and off-screen. Management roles belong to the more experienced. If you wish to fulfill an on-screen management role, you are familiar to the audience and the industry-being the authority figures to enhance the show and create more interesting plots. However, some management roles are strictly behind the scenes such as Board Members, Vice-Presidents and other such functions you can creatively think of. Off-screen management roles hold important positions that determine the direction of the organization. They can either be stars on-screen or the brilliant business minds off-screen.
Staff are the unsung heroes of the industry. From being ring announcers, commentators, interviewers to even being the ring crew, photographers, interns, students and other such functions. You are in-charge of most of the dirty work in terms of operations and mostly get little to no credit for what you accomplish. Being part of the staff is a great opportunity to work your way up the corporate ladder.
Outside the Businessf members vary in terms of their connection with the individuals and the industry. It can range from gossip columnists, paparazzis, celebrities who are considered guest stars of the shows, husbands, wives, family and any other connection not directly found in the wrestling industry.