PWP and The Sweet 16 (RTV BTS)

With my eyes glued to the screen, I sat at my computer, fingers typing away at lightning speed. The hum of the machine was the only sound in the room, besides the occasional sip from my bottle. I had to keep it close, it was my crutch, my liquid courage. But as I worked on PWP and the sweet 16 graphics, each graphic felt like a match won inside of the ring, a victory against my own demons. I documented the entire process for Roach TV: Behind The Scenes. The screen capture followed me as I searched for inspiration, scrolled through images, and tinkered with designs. It wasn’t an easy task, but it was a welcomed distraction from the woes of our pending lawsuit. I couldn’t let it consume me, so I poured myself into my work. The graphics were dope, no doubt about it. They were flashy and bold, just like the wrestling industry itself. I took a step back and admired my handiwork, feeling a sense of pride and satisfaction. It was a small gesture of appreciation for being a positive distraction during a time when I needed my mind to get right. But even as I worked, I couldn’t escape the constant struggle between my over-the-top ego and feelings of worthlessness. It tore at me, a constant back and forth that left me feeling drained and exhausted. My wife and daughter were always home, a constant reminder of the life that I was putting at risk with my drinking. But for a moment, I forgot about all of that. I was in the zone, completely immersed in my work. The beer was just background noise, no longer the main focus. And as I finished up the last graphic, I let out a sigh of relief. It was a job well done, and I couldn’t wait to see them posted on PWP’s official website.

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