Episode 1 of “Ring Warriors TV” is now online

NWA Ring Warriors logoThe very episode from the Florida-based promotion Ring Warriors is now online!

In this episode:

Former 5x World Champion “Scrap Iron” Adam Pearce vs. Former World Tag Team Champion Jon Davis

“The Bahamian Bad Boy” Bobo Brazell vs. Alex Chamberlain

Ring Warriors Bahamian Champion “The Dark Child” Chance Prophet vs Edward Malkin

“El Protagonista” Adrian Morales vs J.D. Maverick

“Siberian Fighting Spirit” Victor Romanoff vs. “The Simply Tremendous Dude” Chaz

And in the featured match “The Real Deal” Mike Cruz & “The Lounge Lizard” Maxwell Chicago battle “The Black Nature Boy” Scoot Andrews & Billy Fives for the Ring Warriors Global Tag Team titles

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!BANG! TV Report – Friday Night Fight, plus Amazing Kong on the next show!

Bang!BANG! TV Report – Friday Night Fight the Complete Show – Next Amazing Kong (KONGFRONTATION)

Last Friday’s Support Your Troops 95, “Friday Night Fight.” The complete show in Funking Conservatory Super H-Q is now online on our website at http://www.dory-funk.com – You may also go direct to http://www.dory-funk.com/FP-test.htm

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E! picks up second season of “Total Divas”

Total Divas 3Courtesy of Wrestling Observer Figure Four Online (www.f4wonline.com):

Given the ratings success of the show, it’s no surprise that E! has picked up a second season of “Total Divas”, with six new episodes ordered.

The current season ends on 9/15.  The new season would run from 11/17 to 12/22, and be debuting each week in the same Sunday night at 10 p.m. time slot.

View the article here:

http://www.f4wonline.com/more/more-top-stories/96-wwe/32647-e-picks-up-second-season-of-total-divas

WWE.com presents: Immortal animation – The true story behind ‘Hulk Hogan’s Rock ‘n’ Wrestling’

Hogan cartoonCourtesy of WWE.com:

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.

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