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Missouri Wrestling Revival trading card #10 Tyler Black !!!!! SOLD OUT

Posted by flairwhoooooo on June 13, 2010

Tyler Black vs Austin Aries Photo Credit Scott Finkelstein

Missouri Wrestling Revival is thrilled to announce that the tenth MWR Trading card will be none other than the current Ring of Honor World Champion Tyler Black.

Hailing from Davenport Iowa and trained by Danny Daniels, Tyler Black has quickly risen to the top with dedication and love for the sport. One of the most dynamic and exciting wrestlers it is hard to believe that at only 24 years of age Black is among the elite in the world today.

Opponents have to watch out for an encyclopedia of moves from this young star that includes Corkscrew 450° splash, Fireman’s carry facebuster, God’s Last Gift / Small Package Driver (Fisherman DDT floated over into a small package), Paroxysm (Twisting inverted brainbuster or a twisting lifting reverse DDT).

Black has also competed at Scott County Wrestling, Independent Wrestling Association Mid-South, the National Wrestling Alliance, 3XWrestling, Pro Wrestling Guerrilla, Wrestling Society X with great matches with Nigel McGuinness (TNA’S Desmond Wolf), Go Shiozaki, Austin Aries, Jimmy Jacobs and Jerry Lynn.

Pro Wrestling Illustrated ranked Tyler Black #17 in the world in 2009 but in 2010 a career highlight happened on February 13, 2010 when Black defeated Austin Aries in the main event of ROH’s Eighth Anniversary Show to win the ROH World Heavyweight Title.

MWR trading card #10 celebrates the accomplishments of Tyler Black and will be a must have for all collectors. With photos from photographer Scott Finkelstein this card will go fast. We hope to debut this card at Pro Wrestling Epics show where ROH World Champion Tyler Black will take on PWE US Champion Brandon Aarons in Mt Pulaski Illinois on June 26th.

#1 The Northstar Express Darin Corbin and Ryan Cruz– 2008 MWR Tag team of the Year.
#2 Mark Sterling- 2009 MWR Wrestler of the Year.
#3 The Hooligans Devin and Mason Cutter -2009 MWR Tag Team of the Year
#4 MsChif– 2009 MWR Female of the Year
#5 Mike Sydal – PWI Rookie of the Year
#6 Jeremy Wyatt – 2008 MWR Wrestler of the Year. 2008 MWR Match of the Year Michael Strider, 2009 MWR Match of the Year Tyler Cook
#7 Santana G
#8 Kahagas – The Tokyo Monster
#9 Mephisto

For a complete list of Missouri Wrestling Revival trading cards as well as WWE , TNA and Japan sets check out the website Wrestling trading cards.com here.

In less than a week Tyler Black will take on the ultra dangerous Davey Richards at the ‘Death Before Dishonor VIII ’ IPPV defending the coveted ROH Championship. Everyone here at MWR would like to wish Tyler Black the best in this exciting matchup.

Lets take a look at ‘Death Before Dishonor VIII

Things are heating up for this June 19th. Let’s take a look at the comments of both Tyler Black and Davey Richards as each man prepares for their epic battle in Toronto ! Check out this special video and see for yourself what both competitors feel is at stake! Is Tyler Black facing the toughest challenge of his wrestling life at ‘Death Before Dishonor VIII’? Will Davey Richards take the next step on the road to proving he is the best in the world? You can witness it all LIVE!! Be with us in Toronto , good tickets still remain at the store, and if you can’t make the trek into Canada , see it all for yourself in the comfort of your own home with GoFightLive!! ‘Death Before Dishonor VIII’ will be broadcast LIVE WORLDWIDE starting at 8pm on June 19 for only $14.95! One way or the other you can witness wrestling history as it happens! Check out GoFightLive.tv for information on how to order this must-see iPPV event!!! If for some reason you need more hype for this match, check out this video and see what the buzz is all about!!!

For all your information for Tyler Black please check out his website here.

Ring of Honor returns to Collinsville, IL on July 23rd to buy tickets click here.

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Ring of Honor World Champion Jerry Lynn is a hit in Kansas.

Posted by flairwhoooooo on June 1, 2009

Lynn and Gaberlia

Ring of Honor World Champion Jerry Lynn and Gaberil Anthony Price

Ring of Honor World Champion Jerry Lynn has had many victories throughout his career. This past Saturday he was able to achieve another one at NWA Dynamo Pro Wrestling against one of the Midwest finest in Mark Sterling. Lynn can boast victories that many wrestlers can only dream of, World Championships came when he defeated Nigel McGuinness for the ROH Championship or winning the ECW Championship October 1, 2000.

His legacy in this writers eyes will not be the final hand of the referee coming down for the 3 count in any of his matches or one of the many moves that he is able to pull out of nowhere to excite the crowd and put his opponent in deep trouble. No, it was watching how Jerry Lynn smiled from the time I walked in the building from the time his match was through. Sitting at the merchandise table Lynn signed autographs and took pictures with anyone and everyone. Every time Lynn smiled while he thanked them for coming to the show.

I spoke to many fans during the evening, fans young and old were thrilled with the action in the ring and common theme was with everyone was how great it was to meet Jerry Lynn. “ What a great guy he is” was just one comment while another inspiring wrestler told me “ Jerry Lynn is one of the reasons I am wanting to be in the ring.

My girlfriend Dubray was taking pictures for the MWR site when a 6 year old boy named Gaberil Anthony Price asked to have his picture taken with her because he thought she was a Diva or one of the wrestlers. She graciously let him know that she was just with MWR but kindly took her picture with him. Jerry Lynn himself took the time to go up to have his picture taken with Gaberil who was confined in a wheelchair. During the show his parents sat in the front row along with Gaberil and cheered the good guys and yes they booed the wrestlers who deserved it. During intermission they showed us the picture they had taken with their camera of Gaberil and Jerry Lynn. When I got the picture sent to me via an e-mail they said that “He had a great time meeting all the wrestlers especially Jerry Lynn.”

Once again wrestling proved to me that the bond between their fans and the wrestlers themselves is incomparable to any other sports. Jerry Lynn may be a World Champion wrestler today but when those days are gone, Lynn will be remembered by this writer and the fans of NWA Dynamo Gym as a wrestler that cared for the fans and because of that he will be not forgotten.

I leave with you pictures from Angie Vo at the NWA Dynamo Show.

”]Mike Sydal gives KC Karrington a brutal boot for suggesting he have his glittery chest squeegied. [Photo credit: Angie Vo]

”]Shorty Biggs suffers during a brief Shawn Schultz/Jeremy Wyatt alliance. [Photo Credit:  Angie Vo]

”]Brett Young seems to be fighting for survival, but he proved to be one step ahead of Cook throughout most of the match.  [Photo credit:  Angie Vo]

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Train With Ring of Honor World Champion Jerry Lynn.

Posted by flairwhoooooo on May 3, 2009


By Brian Kelley

NWA Dynamo Pro Wrestling returns to Ottawa Kansas on May 23rd with a World Champion in tow. One of the hardest working men in professional wrestling today, Jerry Lynn. Lynn is the current ROH kingpin when he became the Ring of Honor Champion after defeating Nigel McGuinness on April 3, 2009 at the ROH Supercard of Honor IV in a spectacular match.

If you are an inspiring wrestler looking to train with one of the most respected me in the industry NWA Dynamo Pro Gym has a golden opportunity for you. Jerry Lynn and Dynamo Pro Gym will be conducting two training seminars, one of Friday in St Louis on May 22 at the Dynamo Pro Gym from 6-8pm. The very next day they will travel to Ottawa Kansas with the seminar going from 2-4pm. The cost is only $50.00 per person to train with the current ROH World Heavyweight Champion.

Jerry Lynn has wrestled and held championship titles with WWE, ECW, and TNA and of course now Ring of Honor. If you are serious of getting to the next level in your game, I highly urge you take NWA Dynamo Pro gym up on their offer and work with the man who knows not only what it takes to get to the top of the sport but has been able to flourish in an era where wrestlers come and go in a blink of an eye.

Jerry Lynn was one of wrestling’s best kept secrets for several years. Making a name for himself on the independent circuit on the way to working with some of the most exciting wrestlers in the sport from Sean Waltman, Rob Van Dam, AJ Styles, Sabu to Jeff Hardy.

Kansas wrestling fans will have a chance to see Jerry Lynn live in person that evening along with some hot wrestling action. A great show where proceeds to the event will go towards the Franklin County Shiners. Tickets are only $8.00 in advance and Kids under 12 are $5.00.

Dynamo Pro Wrestling Gym
3957 Park Ave.
St. Louis, Mo
6:00pm -10:00pm
Phone 314-452-8868

Kansas Dynamo Gym
424 South Main Street
Ottawa, Ks.
Phone 785-248-6883 for more information

Cost $50.00 per person.
Only 20 spots available for each seminar.
Be sure to reserve a spot early before they are all filled.

NWA Dynamo Pro Wrestling will be having a night of wrestling action that evening following the seminar in Ks. See for yourself, wrestling the way it is meant to be.

For more Information on the NWA-Dynamo Pro Wrestling go to their myspace. www.myspace.com/dynamoprowrestling

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MWR Spotlight: Johnny Vinyl

Posted by Admin on June 15, 2008

A look into hopes and dreams of “The Brand New Classic” Johnny Vinyl

By Kari Williams

“Ever since I found out you can make a living at wrestling outside of WWE, it’s what I’ve wanted to do.”

When Johnny Vinyl walks to the ring, he hears the echoes of jeering fans, but that has not stopped “The Brand New Classic” from pursuing his dream — in fact, “getting someone so mad that they take a swing at you is a great feeling.”

Vinyl’s initial attraction to wrestling was a casual glance on Saturday mornings, but soon grew into much more.

“I became a serious watcher the same time everyone else did, the Attitude Era. Some kids on my baseball team at around 2nd or 3rd grade were talking about it during our Monday afternoon practice. That night I went home and turned on Raw. I remember the first main event I ever saw was Austin/Undertaker vs. Mankind/Kane vs. Rock/D’Lo Brown vs. New Age Outlaws,” Vinyl said.

However, it was not until seeing the straightedge superstar C.M. Punk that Vinyl had an interest in pursuing wrestling as a career. He noticed that Punk did not have the biggest and best body (at the time) and that he was not 6’8”, but still had a presence that translated to fans.

“Throughout school I was always on speech and debate teams, and did a little bit of drama for half a year before I realized the girls weren’t as hot I was hoping. So I knew I could talk in front of people and if I could just get the athletic side of things down, I’d do alright,” he said.

Opportunity presented itself to “The Brand New Classic” in the form of the now-defunct Gateway Championship Wrestling (GCW) in the St. Louis, MO area. For approximately 18 months, Vinyl trained under Ring of Honor (ROH) star Dingo.

“Davey Vega and I went to [GCW] shows all the time in high school. One day they put up an ad on their website about guys interested in training. I was the only one to respond to it. Since I was 17 at the time, I had to drag my mom out there to Overland, which is where they were doing the training at the time, and she was pissed,” he said.

In addition to the GCW Dojo, Vinyl has “done seminars with Samoa Joe, Nigel McGuinness, Alex Shelley, Chris Sabin and Mike Quackenbush.”

For Vinyl, getting “Quackenbush to namedrop [him] and wear [his] t-shirt on the CHIKARA Podcast was pretty cool.”

However, he may not go so far as to call that a success because of the circumstances.

“I don’t know how much of an ‘accomplishment’ it was since it was a big rib, but I still enjoyed it,” he said.

Within the next two years, Vinyl aspires to be working for CHIKARA, however, his overall dream is to wrestle “in Europe and Japan and make a living through wrestling.”

Up to this point in his career, two specific matches have stuck out in his mind — one was working with MsChif and Daizee Haze, which he considers “a real cool honor,” and the other is being involved in the eight man elimination street fight main event at Lethal Wrestling Alliance’s [LWA] upcoming “Circus Maximus” on July 12, 2008.

“When Vega and I were put together, a whole lot of people only saw us a jobber team that would probably be dumped in a couple of months, so being in the main event of what could end being LWA’s biggest show to date is really a great feeling. When you look at that card and you see Ms.Chif on there, you see Billy McNeil’s comeback, you see Adam Raw and Nick Tyson wrestling each other for the last time, it’s going to be very diffilcult to main event that show, but we’re going to do our best to tear the house down,” he said.

Lastly, Vinyl has a shout-out of sorts to all of his female fans.

“I’m considering making a baby tee or spaghetti straps or something like that for my next [shirt]. If any girls would be interested in buying something like that or, even better, have some idea on what style to make and what to put on it, visit my Myspace at myspace.com/bncjohnnyvinyl and give me some feedback,” he said.

Johnny Vinyl Fast Facts:

Years Wrestling: I first walked into a wrestling school three and a half years ago, [and] I’ve been doing shows for almost two years now.

Companies Worked For: I wrestled a couple [of] matches under a mask for GCW, but as Johnny Vinyl I’ve worked for LWA, UWA [Ultimate Wrestling Alliance], LAW [Lethal Attitude Wrestling] in Arkansas, TLCW in Tennessee, one match for CSW, [and] maybe a couple others here and there.

Most Important Lesson From Wrestling: If I could sum up the wrestling business in one word, it would be ‘respect’. Wrestling taught me to respect people who deserve it, even if you don’t personally like them that much.

Favorite Match Thus Far: Fairview Heights with [Davey] Vega against K.C. Karrington and Steven Kennedy. Nobody thought we could pull off that match because all four of us weren’t exactly loved by the crowd. But we did some mic work at the beginnning and some little touches in the match that got the crowd behind the Ego’s. And the finish with Vega blasting Tiffany LaFane with a forearm was the loudest reaction I’ve been a part of yet.

Dream Match: Myself and Davey Vega versus Jimmy Jacobs and Tyler Black. I think those two as an overall package are the best tag team going in North America. No offense to the Briscoes, Motor City Machine Guns, or Steen and Generico because they are all fantastic, too, but I enjoy The Age of the Falls’ gimmick, character, and chemistry together. I would love to have that match.

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