Always take notes, says Rinku.
Rinku Singh recently debuted on NXT television as one half of Indus Sher, managed by Malcolm Bivens. However, prior to his WWE life, Singh was once a part of the Pittsburgh Pirates baseball team after winning an Indian reality television show.
Speaking with the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Rinku Singh compared life on the diamond to life in the squared circle and the importance that note-taking and studying has always played in his success.
“Notes are the key,” Singh said. “On a daily basis, we as humans have so many things and thoughts in our mind. One way to really focus for me is to take notes. I did that with the Pirates. It’s been a constant in my life.”
Singh also took some time to praise the coaches at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida.
“In WWE, we have so many great coaches,” Singh said. “We hear so much great stuff. Obviously all the coaches that we have, they’ve been superstars for a long, long time. They’ve performed. They’ve done that. And we’re learning from the best. When I hear their feedback, I always go back and study it. I don’t know what you call it. I’ve just always been comfortable studying something and doing it over and over again.”
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