Archive for the ‘Photo Gallery’ Category

Jim Cornette tribute and fan expo

 

– Article & photos by Josh Stewart

 

Famous pro wrestling manager Jim Cornette was honored with a tribute dinner as part of the Masters of Ring Entertainment fan expo in Wilmington, North Carolina. Newsday.com pro wrestling writer Josh Stewart was in Wilmington and shared photos of Cornette and other pro wrestling legends via Instagram.

 

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Absolute Intense Wrestling: I Choo Choo Choose You Results & Photos

– Article by  Dave Muscarella & photos by Paul Stratoti

 

Feb 20, 2015

Cleveland, OH

 

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Upcoming Wrestling Training Seminars

– Article & photos by Paul Stratoti

 

Paul photographed some training seminars and reports on upcoming seminars.

 

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Santana Garrett at WWE NXT

 

With all the confusion regarding Santana Garrett’s future during the past week including an overzealous fan reporting from Shine Wrestling, it’s pretty safe to say now that “Brittany” is done! Yesterday, it became more apparent as fans saw Ms. Garrett leaving Full Sail. While nothing is official, expect to see a more motivated Santana Garrett in the ring and you may soon be calling this former Knockout, the newest Diva!

 

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For Immediate Release:

Santana Garrett Ends her Deal Along with SpikeTV

 

Last night, Friday, December 5, 2014, Santana Garrett appeared for the first time on iPPV, defeating former partner Amber O’Neal, since she signed a contract with TNA iMPACT Wrestling.

 

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WWE has a hugely successful opening night party in Santa Clara to kick off “first day” ticket sales

 

by Dr Mike Lano, wrestling/boxing/MMA/the arts photojournalism published globally since 1966

Wrealano@aol.com

 

WWE had a free party and autograph event for fans as well as a media event for the press at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, CA last Friday night to commemorate the first day of Wrestlemania ticket sales the following day.

 

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Remembering Cowboy Bob Kelly

– Dr. Mike Lano

 

Cowboy Bob Kelly was easily the biggest, most beloved babyface in Gulf Coast wrestling territory history.  Just got the news and more remembrances will come as he passed away just hours ago.  He was a longtime fellow Cauliflower Alley Club board member and if that was not enough, he was also president of the Gulf Coast Reunion board (their wonderful annual reunion in Mobile is for the boys only – I was honored to attend two of them since I’d jobbed and at the 1996 one, I flew with Ray Stevens and his lady wrestler wife Terese Thies who in turn had me drive the rental car from New Orleans airport, picking up Bob and driving in a downpour to Mobile where the rain suddenly stopped when we arrived).

 

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AIW Today

– Article & photos by Paul Stratoti

 

The success of AIW as a well oiled, highly competitive and unique indie fed cannot be denied.

 

The AIW Mother-ship which usually docks at the legendary Turner’s Hall is well into its 9th year and now holds regular training sessions in its 16′ X 16′ rings in effort to bring to the table the new, unique and exciting talent that Northeast Ohio and beyond boasts with trainers of notable stature. John Thorne and Chandler Biggins are usually always watching from back stage area to supervise the entire goings on while also tending to the needs of the wrestlers and fans.

 

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Kevin Steen Signs with WWE’s NXT

– Article & photos by Paul Stratoti

 

Pro Wrestling Digest and Absolute Intense Wrestling would like to give a big round of applause to Kevin Steen for his acceptance into Full Sail University and the NXT division! The self proclaimed Future of Professional Wrestling is now the Future of the WWE.

 

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Heel Turns, Part 2

– Article & photos by Paul Stratoti

 

There have been so many turns throughout wrestling and Sports Entertainment history that one would think that its resilience would have wore off decades ago. However, some of us need an alternative to the seasonally charged sports of baseball, football and basketball.

 

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