Flip Gordon recently sat down with the Wrestling News Hub for an interview on a variety of topics and one thing in particular really caught my attention. He discussed whether the indies are relying too heavily on spots and not enough on storytelling in their in ring work: From The Wrestling News Hub: Other than asking a glorified spot money if there are too many spots on the indies, Flip makes some solid points here. Wrestlers on the indies book their own gigs, sell their own merchandise and have to work fairly hard to get their name out there. Wrestlers like Ricochet and the Young Bucks are making the most money on the indies due to their style in wrestling matches and Will Ospreay's stock skyrocketed after his bout with Ricochet gained so much attention last year. I love the WWE but the indie style can be so much fun at times. On occasion, I want to see a 185 pound guy do multiple 630°s while no selling a table bump after being tossed around the ring by a penis based on the money some of these guys are raking in, I'm not the only one that feels that way. Does the flippy style draw? Does Flip provide a good point? What's your take on this?