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Apr 29, 2010

Paintball Myths - Part Six

Here's the sixth in the series by Billy Goodman on Paintball Myths:

Professional paintball players actually exist

As of the writing of this page, I am not aware of anyone who plays paintball as a profession. While many people do make their livings from the paintball industry, they do not actually play the game for their livelihood - not in the sense that Michael Jordan was a professional basketball player, or Richard Petty was a professional race car driver. While the so-called "Pro" teams certainly are the upper echelon of the paintball playing world, even their tournament circuits do not pay enough for them to all make a living just playing paintball, and most of them have "real" jobs they go back to during the week.

For more "Paintball Myths" and writing by Billy Goodman check out "The Pukin' Dogs Paintball" website.

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