Road Dogg Responds To Tuesday's Ask WNW

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BG James, better known as Road Dogg, submitted a question to me on Facebook that was selected for Tuesday's installment of Ask WNW. It was there, he asked why he would ask me anything about Sports Entertainment. He wanted to know my credentials and expertise. Following my answer to his question, Road Dogg Tweeted the following from his verified Twitter account:

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@wnwdotcom@WWE so I've read your report and I'm impressed by both your dedication and work ethic. Also, thank you for all the kind words.

— Brian G. James (@WWERoadDogg) October 28, 2014

">@WWE so I've read your report and I'm impressed by both your dedication and work ethic. Also, thank you for all the kind words.

— Brian G. James (@WWERoadDogg)

@wnwdotcom@WWE so I've read your report and I'm impressed by both your dedication and work ethic. Also, thank you for all the kind words.

— Brian G. James (@WWERoadDogg) October 28, 2014

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">@wnwdotcom

@wnwdotcom@WWE so I've read your report and I'm impressed by both your dedication and work ethic. Also, thank you for all the kind words.

— Brian G. James (@WWERoadDogg) October 28, 2014

">@WWE having said all of that, sometimes your reports are spot on and sometimes they are not. It's opinion news and that's ok too.

— Brian G. James (@WWERoadDogg)

@wnwdotcom@WWE having said all of that, sometimes your reports are spot on and sometimes they are not. It's opinion news and that's ok too.

— Brian G. James (@WWERoadDogg) October 28, 2014

">October 28, 2014

">@wnwdotcom for that convo! #OUDK

— Brian G. James (@WWERoadDogg)

I really appreciate when I can have adult, respectful conversations about the business on here. Thanks to @wnwdotcom for that convo! #OUDK

— Brian G. James (@WWERoadDogg) October 29, 2014

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Road Dogg is a good dude and I don't say that just because he put me over. I very much appreciate the kind words and the fact he 1) took the time to personally ask me a question and 2) the time to read it and respond.

I absolutely understand the frustrations that talent have with the Internet, dirt sheets, etc. The fact of the matter is a lot of BS gets put out there. I'm not going to sit here and act self-righteous but I do try to do everything in my power to provide a higher level of quality at Wrestling News World. It's been my vision since this became my career and I hope you notice the difference.

That said, I am only human and have made mistakes. When a mistake is made I always try to act quickly and retract whatever happened. Further, I am very careful in my wording and differentiate from something "I've heard" and something that's "confirmed." I communicate regularly with the Public Relations departments of WWE and TNA Wrestling and always seek comment for anything they have not confirmed.

Transparency is very important here at Wrestling News World and the readers of this website aren't just spectators. You are considered part of this publication and what we do through your comments, emails and social media activity. Like I told Road Dogg, in Ask WNW, I'm not looking to provide cut and dry definitive answers. It's more about starting a conversation and hopefully the business is better because of it.

As always, I appreciate the support from everyone that reads this site and thank you for your support. Without you, there is no us.

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