PRIME “Wrestlelution 6″ Live iPPV October 20 3pm – Paul London vs. Johnny Gargano plus Rhino, Jimmy Jacobs, Zach Gowen, Gregory Iron, Matt Cross, Krimson, Facade & more!
PRIME Wrestling presents an annual tradition, its biggest show of the year! It’s Wrestlelution 6: Art of War, Sunday afternoon, October 20 at 3pm EST from the Ohio Nets Sports Complex, 12665 Corporate Drive in Parma, OH. Tickets are on sale NOW in our “Store” and also in our Wrestlelution 6 Mini-Site at PRIMEwrestling.com (click on the top right banner on our home page) and can be reserved NOW for as little as $15. Do not miss the three biggest hours of in-ring action in PRIME Wrestling all year! Don’t miss a chance to be part of a live pay-per-view in person! But if you can’t be there live, visit PRIMEwrestling.com, click on iPPV, follow the instructions and watch from home for only $14.99!
!BANG! TV Report – A Funking Charity Show for Interfaith Emergency Services
Professional Wrestling comes to the !BANG! TV Sound Stage in Ocala, Florida Friday September 20th. Showtime is 7:00pm with doors opening at 6:15. The show will feature 4 big main events plus much more:
It was the days of The California Raisins, Teddy Ruxpin and New Coke. In 1985, Hulkamania was running wild in WWE, WrestleMania had been a smash success and Cyndi Lauper’s involvement in the so-called “Rock ‘n’ Wrestling Connection” had brought sports-entertainment into the mainstream of the MTV generation. WWE was everywhere, including CBS, where Hulk Hogan and the gang were the stars of their own Saturday morning cartoon show.
Across two seasons and 26 episodes, “Hulk Hogan’s Rock ‘n’ Wrestling” helped establish WWE as an indelible piece of 1980s pop culture.Week in and week out, The Hulkster — along with future WWE Hall of Famers like Andre the Giant, The Iron Sheik and “Mean” Gene Okerlund — found himself caught up in the type of wacky capers usually seen on cartoons like “Care Bears” and “The Real Ghostbusters.” And it was awesome.