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Leah Von Dutch wants to retire SHINE veterans

Photo Credit Modern Myth Professional wrestler Leah Von Dutch of World Wrestling Network Live has been in the business for less than three years, but see her perform in person and it might seem she has been doing it for years Von Dutch wrestles Amber O’neal at SHINE wrestling June 27, which the stream could be watched live at www.wwnlive.com. ... Read More »

Tony Shultz writes the book on how to properly promote

Being a professional wrestler or fighter could be competitive, but it could be extremely difficult and frustrating if no one is aware of him or her. Former boxer Tony Shultz dedicated close to three years to traveling and studying promotions and fighters only to come back with an answer on how to properly promote. Shultz has worked with the likes ... Read More »


NASHVILLE – Global Force Wrestling has reached a partnership agreement with New Japan Pro Wrestling, the top wrestling promotion in the Eastern Hemisphere. The companies will exchange talent for events in both the United States and Japan. NJPW originated in 1972 under the auspices of Japanese wrestling legend Antonio Inoki. It’s a globally recognized brand in the world of wrestling, ... Read More »

Former TNA Impact Wrestling star Jesse Neal dedicates performance to girl battling cancer

Photo Credit Yaisel Mambuca Former TNA Impact wrestling superstar Jesse Neal didn’t let the rain stop him from performing for a very special wrestling show dedicated to Super Sadie, who is battling cancer. (Click the link below to view video) dd86048eb10979463a8c612d10efec45 After a down pour, Neal refused to cancel the match stating that the event most go on in honor ... Read More »

Joey Ryan talks debuting in Full Impact Pro

Former TNA Impact wrestler Joey Ryan left the company last year and he says it has been a great opportunity for him across the hemisphere. In an interview with The Roman Show, Ryan said he has a lot of liberty as an independent wrestler as he has been traveling plenty. “I had fun in TNA,” he said.” I get to ... Read More »