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Dylan Bostic Shares What It Takes To Become a Pro Wrestling Star

Here’s what he shared with me.
1) Tell us about the moment in life you realized you wanted to be a professional wrestler.
Bostic: Everywhere I go people know me. If I perform at a new company I have never been people know me and buy merchandise.

4) What tips do you have for young wrestlers who want to follow in your footsteps?

5) Who are your mentors and what have they meant you? Shout them out!

Bostic: Rip Rogers is my biggest mentor. Rip lived and trained with Randy Savage which is my favorite wrestler of all time. Rip has trained a ton of the top guys in this business. Rip has treated me like a son even has people convinced I am his son, haha but this man has taught me so much and I am grateful to be trained the right way and have a high wrestling IQ.

Bostic Championships and Accomplishments

Ring names

Dylan Bostic
Brendan Burke

Height

5 ft 11 in (1.80 m)

Weight

196 lbs (89 kg)

Born

November 15, 1991 (age 28)

Birth Place

Resides

Louisville, KY

Billed from

Los Angeles, CA
Hollister, California (OVW)

Debut

June 2007
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John White is the founder of Social Marketing Solutions. He has contributed over 200 articles to sites like Inc. Magazine, Huffington Post, and Influencive. When he's not tweeting, John enjoys being a dad to his two amazing daughters, playing tennis, and eating Mexican food.

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