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Train at the Harley Race WLW School in 2018 – Dates Announced with Info

Posted by flairwhoooooo on December 4, 2017

If you have the dream of becoming a professional wrestler, passion to stay one, and work ethic to stand out above everyone else – then pay attention now! The 2018 Schedule for beginners is now available! More information will be released this week but mark these dates on your calendar now! Have questions? Email wlwmom@earthlink.net or call at 573-392-4100.

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NWL Presents: A Merry Mayhem TV Taping

Posted by flairwhoooooo on December 4, 2017

This show will be a Toys for Tots Event! Bring one unwrapped toy and get a raffle ticket for an NWL prize pack!!! Get your tickets now at
http://nwleague.com/events/overland-park-12817/

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Harley Race’s Christmas Bash Food Drive for the Bread For Life Pantry at WLW in Troy, MO

Posted by flairwhoooooo on December 2, 2017

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From the Rebel to the Monarch – Jeremy Wyatt Could Very Well be the Best

Posted by flairwhoooooo on November 30, 2017

By Brian Hoops

Photos Brian Kelley

“Not only is Jeremy Wyatt a great athlete, he also has one of the best minds for the
business. He is SO underrated on a national level that’s its criminal!”NWL Tag Team
champion Michael Strider.

2017 will be known as one of the greatest years for in ring performances in professional
wrestling history. 4 star, 5 star and even 6 star matches are seen from every level of
wrestling this year and one wrestler who has consistently produced some of the best
matches in 2017 is Jeremy Wyatt.

Wyatt may not be a household name nationally, but Wyatt’s talent is on par with any
professional wrestler in any promotion.

Wyatt has carved out a career mostly on the Midwest independent scene but now
wrestles exclusively for the National Wrasslin League, based in Kansas City, Missouri.
Wyatt has been the champion of the 3XWrestling promotion in Iowa, the Central States
Champion and Metro Pro Wrestling champion.

Wyatt, born June 26, 1978 in Kansas City, Missouri has lived in Kansas City his entire
life. Wyatt went to Raytown High School (suburb of Kansas City), excelled in football as
a wide receiver, making 2nd team all conference and all district his senior year and drew
some interest in football powerhouse Northwest Missouri State University, Central
Missouri State and Mid American Nazarene. Wyatt claims baseball was his best sport,
but Wyatt was bored with the sport and never played for his high school team, instead
played for summer league teams.

Raised by his father who worked mostly nights, Wyatt played sports with his friends and
discovered professional wrestling when he was 5 or 6 years old. “My all time favorite
was Sting, followed by Macho Man Randy Savage. I was always drawn to those 2
because their gear was always so colorful and they had ridiculous amounts of charisma.
I met Sting once after a show at Memorial Hall and he talked to me for a good 5 minutes
or so. I was 11 at the time and he was already my favorite and that experience sealed
the deal” Wyatt reminisced.

When Wyatt was younger, he went to every show that came to town. “My friends and I
would sit in either the 1st or 2nd row, and we would always start chants. When you’re a
kid, and everyone joins in, you think you’re the coolest kids in the building.”
“There was a show at Municipal (Municipal Auditorium) and we were in the 2nd row. My
dad’s friend took us. He got a little liquored up and ended up dumping an entire beer on
Rick Rude during a match with Roddy Piper. Security came over, but no one would point
him out since he was with ‘the kids starting all the chants’, everyone said it was ‘some
guy that went running back that way’.”

Wyatt started training in St. Joseph, Missouri in 2001 with a guy named Steve Estes.
Estes taught Wyatt how to bump and other basics, but Estes had a poor reputation in
the wrestling industry which hurt Wyatt when he tried to get bookings. “I was grateful for
the opportunity to get my foot in the door, but I should’ve done more thorough research
and went somewhere more reputable.”

“Steve had such a bad rep that I was guilty by association, and had a stigma placed on
me in the area. Once I was able to get on some shows that didn’t involve him, which
took a few years, people saw I was decent enough to get some opportunities,” Wyatt
remembered.

“Wyatt is this area’s best kept secret. I wish he had traveled more early on. He has a
really good mind for wrestling. His work right now is top notch.” NWL Tag Team
champion Ace Steel.

Once the doors to the independent scene were opened, Wyatt started working matches
in NWA Central States. “Michael Strider (fellow Foundation member) was one of the
guys to vouch for me and push for someone to give me an opportunity. He had some
pull at NWA Central States,” Wyatt remembered fondly.

“When I met Jeremy Wyatt back in 2010, he was already a well-known wrestler in the
Midwest. Since then, he has become the best wrestler I’ve seen who has not signed a
deal with WWE or any other national/international company. When I ran Metro Pro
Wrestling for six years, he was the best champion I had, and he was the backbone of
the company. The years he was on top were the best years we ever had.” – former
WWE writer and Metro Pro Wrestling owner Chris Gough.

“I had a stretch where I went down to Florida in 2010-2011 and had a chance to wrestle
Tyler Black (Seth Rollins) to a 30 minute draw when he was ROH champion. I’ve also
had a couple of matches with Christopher Daniels that I’m really proud of. Daniels is the
guy who drew me to independent wrestling. He is the guy that really stood out to me, so
he ended up becoming my ‘dream match’ back then,” Wyatt remembers.

Wyatt blends his athleticism along with the ability to work his opponents strengths into
telling a story in his matches. It’s a old school approach that works perfectly in the NWL.
“The best thing I’ve ever done was go to a day long seminar with Nick Dinsmore in
summer of 2008. I was floundering a bit, not improving at the clip I wanted. The way he
explained things just seemed to click. Literally felt like a lightbulb coming on. From that
day on, I think my work, and the way I did things changed, very much for the better,”
Wyatt explains.

“In NWL, he’s a very respected ring general who isn’t the most vocal leader, but
definitely leads by example. He’s one of the reasons I continue to enjoy working in
wrestling. It’s the details that make him the best. Every move and decision he makes in
the ring has a purpose. Every sequence is part of a story. Wyatt can make you believe
he can take down a man twice his size because he understands psychology as well as
anyone.” – Chris Gough, NWL Executive.

When working against a giant brawler like Jack Foster, Wyatt incorporated Foster’s
ability to fight and punch into the match, leading to a spot where Foster hit his hand
against the steel ring post and “injured” his hand the rest of the match. Wyatt worked
spots against the injured hand into the match, reminiscent of the nostalgic Andersons
tag team who would injure a body part and work their entire match around the injured
body part.

“He is undoubtedly the pound-for-pound best professional wrestler I have worked with.
That goes for any level – Midwest indie, national indie names, long-time WWE stars. I
still consider him one of the top talents in the country today.” – Midnight Guthrie,
announcer.

Wyatt showed his versatility in a feud with rookie Anthony “Sharkbait” Gutierrez.
Gutierrez is a former MMA fighter who is athletic but transitioning into professional
wrestling. Wyatt worked MMA spots into the match for Gutierrez to shine when he was
on offense and made the match believable and competitive.

“Jeremy is the hardest worker I’ve ever met. He’s continuously working on improving as
a wrestler and is obsessed with having different matches for different scenarios. There’s
no such thing as a “standard Wyatt match”. – Michael Strider

 

Everything Wyatt does is worth purpose. Two of Wyatt’s moniker’s is the “Monarch” and
the “King of Kansas City.” Engraved on his long trunks is the head of a lion; the
“Monarch” and “King of the Jungle.” What many fans may not realize is Wyatt is a huge
baseball fan and the Monarch name is also a tribute to the old Negro baseball league
team that was based in Kansas City, the Kansas City Monarchs.

“I do put a lot of thought into things, I’m going to work a match differently if it’s just a one
off against someone than I would if it’s the 1st match of a new feud. And the same goes
with the 1st match of a feud would be worked differently than the blow off. Just like with
matches, building and telling a story, I like doing the same (probably even more so) with
a long drawn out feud. I think I’ve developed a pretty good idea what works, what
doesn’t. I think I process things pretty well as far as how to feel out the crowd.
Sometimes you have an idea, if they’re not digging it, you have to be able to adjust. I
never go into a match thinking I have to do anything for sake of doing it. If it fits into the
story, cool. If not, I don’t need to force a square peg in a round hole,” Wyatt explained.

Despite being one of the best wrestlers in the Midwest, Wyatt has never really pursued
a chance to wrestle for a national promotion. “Wrestling, as much as I love it, has never
been the be all, end all for me. I am happy with my life, and I never felt the need to
make certain sacrifices that would be needed to ‘make it’ in wrestling.”

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The Magnum Minute #43 “Stories”

Posted by flairwhoooooo on November 30, 2017

Dak shares how he would like to be remembered.

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Ace Hawkins, Leland Race expected to defend their titles at WLW, Dec. 2

Posted by Ben Simon on November 30, 2017

20171202 World League

World League Wrestling hosts its final event of 2017 at the Race Arena in Troy on Saturday, December 2.

After some switch-ups, not much is known about the main events of the card, but given the talent booked for the event, the possibilities are great.

Read the title announcement and rules

MWR Missouri Heavyweight Championship
CAce Hawkins vs. TBA

WLW Heavyweight Championship
Leland Race (c) vs. TBA

WLW Tag Team Championship
Brandon Espinosa & Steve Fender (c) vs. Kyle Roberts & Warwick Stephans

#8Jon Webb vs. Jaden Roller
Jack Gamble vs. Jayden Dominic Rose
Rex vs. Sean Vincent

Bell at 7. Tickets are $10.

WLW 12/2/17

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Join World League Wrestling in Troy, Mo this Friday Games, Free Merchandise and Professional Wrestlers

Posted by flairwhoooooo on November 28, 2017

World League Wrestling is looking forward to seeing everyone at the Night of 1000 Stars – Troy, Missouri this Friday! Games, free merchandise and professional wrestlers will all be at our booth on Main Street! Make sure you attend that, as well as our event this coming Saturday night!

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PWP Returns to the Waiting Room on December 7th

Posted by flairwhoooooo on November 28, 2017

*** LAST TEAM STANDING – THE FIGHT and FLIGHT CONNECTION vs MIDWEST BLOOD

These two teams have been at each other’s throats for months now, and this could be the battle to end this rivalry once and for all! The only way to win is to incapacitate BOTH members of one team at the same time to where neither man is able to answer the referee’s ten count!

*** BRANDEN JUAREZ collides with PRESTON MAXWELL, with major stakes!

If Branden wins, then Preston’s career is over for good!!…..but, if Preston wins, then he will….”own” Branden. What exactly would that mean? Who will come out on top? This is definitely a can’t miss match!!

*** PWP Tag Team Champions PAT POWERS and “DELICIOUS” DEVIN CARTER defend against GUNS and BEER – DUKE CORNELL and DARREN “MOONSHINE” RUSSELL

Pat and Carter captured the PWP Tag Team Titles from Guns and Beer the last time they clashed, but not without controversy. Duke and Moonshine are now invoking their rematch clause, and have their sights set squarely on regaining the titles that they were robbed of!

*** WOMEN’S ACTION – “THE QUEEN B” BROOKE VALENTINE vs VALENTINA LOCA

Both these women have impressive credentials, as Valentine has recently been training with Michael Elgin, and Loca was trained by WWE’s Seth Rollins and former PWP star Marek Brave at the Black and Brave Wrestling Academy. These two women are looking to make an impact in PWP, and we’ll see what they’ve got on December 7th!

Also in action:

* PWP Rising Phoenix Champion – JOEY DANIELS
* CON ARTIEST
* ZAC JAMES
* PAUL DANIELS w/ “MANAGER SUPREME” AXEL GREECE
* DALTON LEE ROTH
* “THE KARAOKE KING” PURPLE
* “THE RUGGER FROM DOWN UNDER” ROBERT STORM
* “THE CANDYMAN” WILLY SWEET
* CARSON ROCKWELL
* And more!!

Tickets just $10 in advance, $13 day of, while they last!!

Advance tickets available at Ted and Wally’s Premium Homemade Ice Cream (both Old Market & Benson locations).

Or online at https://www.etix.com/ticket/p/6041401/pwp-live-presentswrestlerama-omaha-the-waiting-room

Doors open at 7:00 PM, action kicks off at 8!!

The Waiting Room Lounge
6212 Maple St.
Omaha, NE

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Holiday Havoc December 16th Makaze/Roller vs. Surge/Aarons in St. Louis, Mo

Posted by flairwhoooooo on November 28, 2017

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MMWA: Ace Hawkins and Hollis Giroux battle for State crown, Dec. 2

Posted by Ben Simon on November 27, 2017

20171202.2 MMWA

MMWA Wrestling presents its final card of the year, at the South Broadway Athletic Club in Saint Louis on Saturday, December 2.

Ace Hawkins defends his Missouri Heavyweight title against Hollis Giroux of Jackson County, Mo. in one of the featured bouts.

The main event sees Moondog Rover putting his promotional laurels up for grabs against The Big Texan.

Read the title announcement and rules

MWR Missouri Heavyweight Championship
CAce Hawkins vs. Hollis Giroux

MMWA Championship
Moondog Rover (c) vs. The Big Texan

MMWA Cruiserweight Championship
Deacon Cash (c) vs. Da’Marius Jones

Gary Jackson vs. A.J. Williams
Frodo Meyer & Khayman vs. Damion Cortess & J’Mal Swagg

Bell at 8. Tickets are $9.

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