Barry Darsow Talks About His Son Breaking Into The Business



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At this past Saturday’s Ultimate Championship Wrestling event in Bay City, the legendary tag team Demolition made a return to the square circle. Barry “Smash” Darsow discussed his son Dakota trying to enter the business and how hard is can be for second generation wrestlers, during an interview with MLive.com.

“It’s just my opinion, but I think being a second generation wrestler hurts him a little bit,” Darsow said. “Companies can only have so many second or third generation wrestlers on the roster, you have to have different kind of characters. For every Randy Orton, there is a Von Erich, a Neidhart or a Rotunda looking to break out.”

The duo also talked about their crazy WWF schedule in the 90′s. You can check out the full interview here.



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