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CODY BOLLINGER LEARNING EVERY FIGHT; LARRY DALLAS TALKS THE ROLE OF A MANAGER

World Series of Fighitng Cody Bollinger (15-2) is learning something new from each fighting experience, while World Wrestling Network’s manager Larry Dallas says people like him are needed in the business.
In an interview with The Roman Show Cody Bollinger said he wasn’t satisfied with his recent decision victory against veteran Tyson Nam at WSOF 08.
“It wasn’t the way the fight to go,” he said. “I had a tough win. I had injuries but I didn’t want to pullout out of the fight.”
He said he had entered with a shoulder injury and had some problems with his ribs. Currently, he is getting rehab.
“I went three rounds with a dangerous guy and ended up winning,” he added.
He said he learns from every fight.
“I got a little overzealous,” he said. “I need to work on a lot of things. I am young. I am still learning every fight.”
He also addressed his future, getting a shot champion Marlon Moraes and more.

Photo courtesy of WWN

Meanwhile, Larry Dallas said managers are needed in professional wrestling, but those who play the role need to know how to perform.
“I think mangers are needed,” he said. “I think they aren’t there cause there aren’t any good ones out there.”
He also emphasized on what a manager should do.
“It should be someone that doesn’t want to get involved physically and that understands the talent in the ring is the person that needs to be enhanced,” he said.
He also addressed why he decided to name a title after the Bahamas and introducing Teddy Hart.
Click below to hear the complete interview.

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