Ringsidenews.com reports that Colt Cabana was recently interviewed by The Cleveland Plain Dealer and was asked about reports of him doing some commentary work for WWE.
“I’m just riding the wave of fun right now. The WWE has been weirdly talking with me for over a year now. I can’t rely on them though. I do my own thing until stuff gets concrete. Right now, I can’t worry if I’ll be doing announcing or anything else. I know I want to concentrate on continuing to wrestle around the world and growing my comedy stuff. All I can say about the future is that I’m going to be having fun with wrestling. That’s a guarantee.”
For the first time in Oklahoma, Colt Cabana is set to debut in Steel Rage Pro Wrestling this weekend when SRPW returns to the Main Event Center 100 North Main St. in Sapulpa, OK on June 28th with “Cabanamania”. Check out Facebook.com/steelrageprowrestling for more info.
Cabana is one of the hottest stars on the indy scene and he is sure to entertain the masses while putting on athletic matches. It will be truly a historic day and a day true wrestling fans will not want to miss.
The dust has settled and the smoke has cleared on a very newsworthy No Holds Barred event from a sold out Wyvern Hall in Sittingbourne, Kent, UK and on Sunday March 31st we return to Sittingbourne for another action packed night as we present: HIGH STAKES a night where we can guarantee that one way or another history will be made as fans will either bear witness to the crowning of a new British Heavyweight Champion (and the 1st ever American to hold that prestigious gold) or see the last ever match in the UK of one of the most popular visitors to these shores Colt ‘Boom Boom’ Cabana.
The “Seven Levels of Hate” documentary chronicling the Best-of-Seven series between Colt Cabana and Adam Pearce has entered the edit phase, now set for a Summer 2013 release. In conjunction with the launch of his new Facebook fan page (https://www.facebook.com/Adam.Pearce.FanPage), Pearce has released a sneak peek into the film, entitled, “The Phone Call”.
The new clip can be viewed at:
Independent Wrestling icons for more than a decade, Colt “Boom Boom” Cabana and “Scrap Iron” Adam Pearce have shared a storied past.
From their early days in suburban Chicago to their controversial “throwing down” of the NWA championship in Australia, this documentary traces the steps of their journey as both men share the story from their own perspective and for the VERY FIRST TIME. Watch as Pearce and Cabana give an unprecedented personal account of everything that went into making #7LevelsOfHate a historic master-class of pro wrestling storytelling and one of the most controversial yet critically acclaimed wrestling rivalries of 2012 and beyond.
Seven different matches. Seven different stipulations. Seven different cities around the world.
This is the story of independent wrestling’s greatest rivalry.
LordsofPain.net writer Marc Middleton reports that Colt Cabana recently spoke to WrestleNewz.com about his infected finger, how he hopes Vince McMahon will book his friend CM Punk at WrestleMania and more.
Independent wrestling icons Colt “Boom Boom” Cabana and “Scrap Iron” Adam Pearce have spent the better part of the last two years decimating one another throughout the United States in what many insiders believe is 2012’s professional wrestling Feud of the Year, aptly entitled #7LevelsOfHate.
Here are highlights of NWA World’s Heavyweight Champion “Scrap Iron” Adam Pearce’s and Colt “Boom Boom” Cabana’s Texas Death Match —Stage Six of their “Seven Levels of Hate best-of-seven series of matches that have been fought across the country.
Here are highlights of the NWA World’s Heavyweight Championship match between the champion, “Scrap Iron” Adam Pearce and Colt “Boom Boom” Cabana, Stage 5 of Seven Levels of Hate—a Dog Collar Match—which Pearce won to retain his NWA World’s Heavyweight Championship.
Stage One: May 13, 2012 – NWA Hollywood – Glendale, CA
–Colt Cabana beat Adam Pearce Sunday night at the NWA Hollywood TV tapings in Glendale, CA in a first blood match in the first of their best of seven matches series for the NWA heavyweight title. Match No. 2 takes place on 6/8 in Bridgewater, MA for New England Championship Wrestling in a Boston street fight. Match No. 3 will be 7/7 in Hopkins, MN for Steel Domain Wrestling (where both wrestlers worked early in their careers) in an I quit match.