He’s the dreamer-in-chief, primary composer of this symphony of flying meat. After all, “creative director” is just a fancy phrase for “booker,” the old wrestling term for the guy who plans the match-ups, the angles, the story lines. Like the writer of a television series, Corgan must build a world and people it with villains (a.k.a. “heels”), good guys (“babyfaces”), and those riding the line in between. He must create character arcs, plan for future turns in the plot, even shifts in a wrestler’s basic nature, while staying flexible enough to respond to audience reaction. It’s the wrestlers, of course, who must conduct the violent pantomime, but it all flows from the booker’s vision.