Wednesday, October 12, 2011

The Indy Wrestling Report

A new element to be added to the Ring Time Pro Wrestling movement is the Indy Wrestling Report. We will discuss it on the podcast and post blogs on whats going on the various independent wrestling organizations.

When we started the blog and the show we wanted to talk about everything that was wrestling. There is nothing more important to the future of pro wrestling then the indies. Now I know that I will not hit every organization but if you feel I am missing something you are more than welcome to send in suggestions. There is a lot of good wrestling all over the world and we want to see who is out there.

The first report will just be an overview of 2 organizations that I like.

NWA Anarchy
Based of Cornelia, GA NWA Anarchy was birthed out of its predecessor NWA Wildside. Which was owned by Bill Behrens who also ran the WWF Developmental Program Deep South Wrestling which boast such alumni as The Miz. Behrens taking over as Executive Producer of Anarchy brought over the TV syndication deal from NWA Wildside which allows the show to be seen all over the US, Britain and Italy.
NWA Anarchy/Wildside Alumni
Consequences Creed (formerly TNA, now WWE Developmental)
Ron Killing (R-Truth)
Phil Shatter (Gunner)
Mikal Judas (Murphy)

Ohio Valley Wrestling
Ohio Valley Wrestling can easily boast that a good number of the top stars in the business spent some time training in OVW. Based out of Louisville, KY the promotion is where names like Batista, Brock Lesnar and John Cena have honed their craft. The boast a great training program that has ring veterans Danny Davis, Al Snow and Rip Rodgers. The put on shows all over the Ohio Valley area and produce a weekly show that can be found in local markets and online. They are very professionally produced. Despite not having the relationship with the WWF anymore OVW is still a good place to see some of the best new wrestling talent out there.
OVW Alumni
Shelton Benjamin
Randy Orton
Beth Phoenix
John Cena
Brock Lesnar
Mr. Anderson
CM Punk
Bobby Lashley

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