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Posts Tagged ‘WLW’

WLW Returns this Saturday Feb 22nd in Troy, MO

Posted by flairwhoooooo on February 17, 2020

The main event of Wrestling at the Race Arena is set! Colton Theron Vaught and Moses “The Deliverer” challenge WLW Tag-Team Champions Jon Webb and Derek Stone (The Empire) for the gold!

Fans have seen The Deliverer and Must CTV grow from day 1 and now they are challenging for the tag-team gold in just 9 days!

The Young Lions tournament continues as Sean Patrick will face off against ZC Hendricks!

Jack Gamble will be facing off against Rahim De La Suede on February 22nd! The last time Gamble was in the area was at Night of Champions 4. He has a task ahead of him, but both men are capable of walking away with a win here. Only 1 will though.

 

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WLW Live + Car Wash Fundraiser in Richmond, MO March 7th Derek Stone, Mike Sydal, Jack Gamble and more

Posted by flairwhoooooo on February 17, 2020

 

WLW kicks off wrestling in Richmond on March 7, 2020! Wrestlers including WLW Heavyweight Champion Derek Stone, Jack Gamble, Mike Sydal, Moses “The Deliverer”, Rahim De La Suede, Colton Theron Vaught, Austin Cravens and MORE scheduled to appear!

This event is sponsored by Rob Kinnard’s non-profit organization Off The Grid Adventures that helps troubled youth, veterans and special education through outdoor activities! They will be having a huge pre show with A LOT unique raffles including rare Chiefs and Royals….so bring your cash!, inflatables, national guard monster truck, Richmond Fire truck and they are even doing a skit with the wrestling super stars and tug o war! Maybe a Storm Trooper will show AND ….. A CAR BASH! $5 for 6 hits. Windows and tires are extra! Come and take out some built up anger!

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WLW Comes to Green Ridge, Missouri on November 9th

Posted by flairwhoooooo on October 17, 2019

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WLW Fight Night 4 November 2nd Troy Missouri

Posted by flairwhoooooo on October 16, 2019

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World League Wrestling Comes to Burlington Junction, MO on Oct 19 Trevor Murdoch

Posted by flairwhoooooo on September 23, 2019

 

It is now official! The #HarleyRace Memorial Wrestling Event WILL be taking place on October 19th! Tickets will be on sale Friday afternoon at the following locations:
Goff HOME Grocery, Burlington Junction Maryville Floristsand online at www.harleyrace.com

Ticket Prices are as follows:
If purchased in advance – General Admission – $10, Ringside – $15
If purchased at the door – General Admission – $12, Ringside – $17
The event will be held at the West Nodaway High School Gymnasium. Doors will open at 6 PM and Bell Time is at 7 PM. The address to the school is 17665 Hwy 136 in Burlington Junction, MO.
Former WWE Tag-Team Champion Trevor Murdoch will be at the event to sign autographs and take pictures with the fans. There will be 5 matches taking place that evening. Concessions will be available at the event.
This event is extremely special to us, and we hope to bring a crowd like no other to the West Nodaway High School Gymnasium.
For all information about this event, contact World League Wrestling here on call our office phone number at 573-392-4100.
LIKE. SHARE. SELL OUT.

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Remembering the Great Harley Race – Gone at 76, August 1st, 2019

Posted by flairwhoooooo on August 2, 2019

The wrestling world will never be the same as the great Harley Race has left us at the age of 76. Race was a native of the Midwest growing up in Missouri. He was known as one of the toughest men to ever enter the ring, with his entertaining and believable skills he earned respect around the globe. Race would capture the NWA Worlds Championship 8 times, and become just one of six men to have been inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame, the NWA Hall of Fame, the Professional Wrestling Hall of Fame and the Wrestling Observer Newsletter Hall of Fame.

Race was known for his great relationship with his fans. Throughout his years as a promoter at World League Wrestling, there must be hundreds of thousands, if not a million photos he gladly took with his fans. Kids lit up around him and you could really see him enjoy interacting with them. His penmanship and the time that he took with his autographs were one of the best in the sport.

I grew up watching All- Star Wrestling from Kansas City at 12 o’clock midnight.  To say he is the reason I am writing this today is an understatement. I have always felt blessed that the Midwest had Harley in the area. He could of retired anywhere in the world or promote in an area that was given more love by the media, thus make more money but Harley always gave back to the Midwest. Through his fundraisers with WLW he helped those with disabilities, as well as school and communities. Through his wrestling school, young wrestlers from Trevor Murdoch, CM Punk to Tommaso Ciampa took their time to learn from the best.

Even with all the awards that the man received, I feel as if he deserved so much more fan fare. I am so thankful to have been with his promotion WLW for the past 10 plus years. Thanks to one of my best friends Dan Gier, I got to know my hero a little more when I started MWR. Race allowed MWR to present awards in his ring from the start when WLW was on tour. With Race’s seal of approval it allowed me not to only do something I love but build friendships with his wrestlers, ring crew, announcers and referees that will last a lifetime.

We gave Harley Race a MWR lifetime Achievement Award from MWR, and let’s be honest with as many awards as the great Race has received it could of been just thrown in the closet. Yet, I was so honored to had seen it one day while talking to him in his office on his wall.  It may sound silly, but it was a personal highlight of mine. He also agreed to be a part of the MWR Trading card set adding the icing on the cake  for a set of 100 cards of stars in the Midwest and around the country. I have cherished memories of speaking to Harley Race at the CAC with my fiancée as we all were getting ready for the banquet, taking photos of him with superstars, fans and his students. You just can not put a price tag on that.

I will always remember where I was when I heard that he passed away. Forever August 1st will always be Harley Race day.

Thank you Harley for being you.

We love you and will miss you.

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Free BBQ at the Harley Race Wrestling Academy this Saturday – WLW Stars in Action that Night in Troy, MO

Posted by flairwhoooooo on May 27, 2019

The next WLW-TV Taping will take place on Saturday Night, June 1st! Fans will get to see the great professional wrestling action that WLW brings to the table each and every single time!

Derek Stone will be in action, Jon Webb will address the WLW fans after his most recent actions to Leland Race, the kick off of the Austin Cravens Invitational, and more!

There will be a FREE Summer Kickoff Party starting at 4 PM in the parking lot! Join the great fans and enjoy the summer right!
Purchase tickets online at http://www.harleyrace.com/troywrestlingevent.html!

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New WLW Champion Derek Stone Defends Against Rex in Richmond, Missouri on May 25th

Posted by flairwhoooooo on May 13, 2019

Our first match announced for our next event – WLW returns to Richmond! TV Taping/Fundraiser!

Newly-crowned WLW Heavyweight Champion Derek Stone will defend his championship against 1/2 of the WLW Tag-Team Champions Rex “A Wrestler for the People”!

Could REX be the first WLW Superstar to ever hold 2 championships at one time or will Derek Stone retain?

You’ll find out on May 25!

Tickets are available online right now at http://www.harleyrace.com/richmondwrestlingevent.html and at Richmond City Hall and at Academy Bank in Walmart!

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Belton Speech And Debate Presents New Breed Wrestling in Belton, Missouri this Saturday Night May 18th

Posted by flairwhoooooo on May 12, 2019

 

Belton Speech and Debate Presents New Breed Wrestling! Anthony Bennett from WWE Cruiserweight Classic leads the charge!

On this great night of professional wrestling, you will see local New Breed wrestlers in action, such as Pop-Con Champion Curt Gannon, US Champion Branae, Calvin Aldridge, Jayden Dominic Rose, Kyle King, Mark Sterling and The Iceman!

Also appearing are John Rockhold (as seen on CZW Media), Anthony Bennett (WWE Cruiserweight Classic), Mike Sydal (as seen on Ring of Honor, 205 Live, Impact Wrestling!, and Japan’s Dragon Gate) plus Franco Varga (as seen on All Japan Wrestling, Fight UK, PCW, Beyond Wrestling and current Infinite Pro Wrestling Heavyweight Champion!

Tickets are available at Mary’s Cookies in Belton at 420 Main Street or by visiting the link on this event page! Tickets will also be available at the door on the 18th.

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Derek Stone Returns to WLW, Captures Championship Title from Jon Webb

Posted by flairwhoooooo on May 5, 2019

We would like to congratulate one of the top wrestlers of his time Derek Stone as he proved last night that he still has it when won the World League Wrestling title from Champion Jon Webb. It was a matter of power and experience vs youth and speed and on this night Stone had the edge to win the title for the fourth time.

Fun fact – The last time Derek Stone won the belt was January 23, 2000 in Lexington, Missouri vs the Luminous Warrior.

Photo courtesy of Derek Stones Facebook page

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