That's the question people keep asking me: Why Jigsaw, why? Well let me ask you this: what is the value of a mentor?
A mentor is supposed to show you the way. A mentor is a guide. He can take something without shape, like a lump of
clay, and mold it. I know the value of this, because I used to think I had the best mentor someone could ask for.
But these last few months have really opened my eyes. I'm nobody's sidekick. I'm not a follower.
I'm not the stupid kid in elf shoes that gets captured and has to wait for Batman to
come save him. I am my own man. I don't take orders. I make my own choices.
CHIKARA can be the springboard for the next generation of great wrestling talent. And when I look at The Shard, I don't
see a guy that needs to be taught a lesson. I see a guy that needs a mentor to show him the way. He and I go way back. He's
always had potential, ever since I met him - before I even came to the Wrestle Factory. He just lacked direction.
I'm going to show this jagged piece how to fit in. Maybe he never got the same breaks I did. Didn't have the benefit of the same
training, the same opportunities. What if I take this guy under my wing? What if I show him the value of a mentor?
You think all of these guys have the exact same agenda as 17 did? You think all of these guys want the same things Derek
Sabato wants? Let's see what happens when I aim them in a different direction.