What Champions are Made of

August 21, 2014

Everybody’s goal in the wrestling business is to become world champion. Whether you are in a big time federation or just a fledgling independent or a strong rising federation like PWF/Zero1 being a champion is an ultimate goal—in the next few months I am going to be writing articles on the history of Wrestling world Champions, starting this month with the original NWA.

It all started wth a man named Frank Sexton. “The Sedalis Cyclone” was a staple in the American Wrestling Association, and numerous times held its world championship belt, before unifying it with the NWA championship. 2 months later he lost it to a man named Orville Browne who for over a year held onto the prestigious title until a car accident forced him into retirement. The man who then became champion is the subject of my article today—–the great Lou Thesz

Aloysius Martin “Lou” Thesz was the greatest NWA champion of all time. After being trained as a child for numerous years he made his debut in 1932 and almost immediately caught the eye of the great Ed Strangler Lewis. After training with him for many years he became one of the biggest stars in that time in the St Louis area

In 1948 the National wrestling alliance was formed. The first scheduled title match was between Orville Brown and Lou but Orville had the car accident and thus Lou Thesz began a 7 yr run of greatness unifying all the local world chamopionships into the World heavyweight cham pionship.

He has been inducted in numerous hall of fames and held 16 different world titles as well as having the most years as a NWA World heavyweight Champion. He was known to have numerous 60 minute, 90 minute, even 120 minute matches and come back the next night and wrestle.

He was a master of the scientific art of wrestling and was probably the greatest “hooker” (submission wrestler) of all time. His style transcends generations and is shown by beating people of all shapes andf sizes in his run. Without his influences we wouldnt have had wrestlers like Jack and Jerry Brisco, The funk brothers, Ric Flair, and many others. Arguably one of the greatest and most used finishes in wrestling today, The STF was invented by him. In this generations people like Daniel Bryan, John Cena, and even the late Chris Benoit, used it as their finishers of choice.

He also showed his longevity by becoming the only wrestler to wrestle in 7 decades when he wrestled his protege Masahiro Chono in 1990 at the ripe young age of 74! He is truly a legends legend and one of the wrestlers all modern day wrestlers should model themselves after.


A Letter from Leroy Jenkins

August 8, 2013

There is something that Professional Wrestling Manager Leroy Jenkins would like for you to know. Actually, I remember it like it was yesterday. During my childhood I didn’t have many friends but I had my grandfather. And we used to spend Saturday mornings eating cereal together and watching cartoons. When noon came around we always turned on channel 12 and for 2 hrs we would escape into the world of professional wrestling. We had our favorites of course—Dominick Denucci, Bobo Brazil and of course Bruno Sammartino—and we had the ones we villified—Superstar Billy Graham, Baron Scicluna, George Steele—–but no matter who was on I was always enthralled. I remember telling grandpa Joe “That’s gonna be me someday. I’m gonna be in that ring.” He always encouraged me but deep in his heart I knew he thought it was a moot point and i would always be just a fan.

You might not know this from watching me on the Pro Wrestling Fit International TV Show but,I have Aspergers Syndrome—a disorder that doesnt allow me to mature at the same rate as most “normal” people. I’ve been different since I was a kid and I will remain different til the day I die. Thats why I am forever grateful to Rick Love and Kevin Rhodes of CWFL who saw the passion in the silly 44 yr old “12 yr old” And gave me the chance to fulfill my childhood dreams.

Fast forward to the present. Whenever Leroy Jenkins comes to the ringside for Pro Wrestling Fit I always am reminded of Grandpa’s dying statement to me—“When we forget childhood memories and dreams we are an angry adult—but when we give up on those same dreams we are nothing but an immature brat.” The little kid inside of me comes out in every instance that Ed Couture keeps his life in the backstage area and Leroy Jenkins puts on a show.

Championship Wrestling from Florida is an incredible opportunity for wrestlers, managers, and fans alike to experience what “real wrestling” is all about. We have wrestlers of all shapes, sizes, an styles. We have legends of the past like Randy Starr, Tony Mulkey, and Redd Alert. We have up and coming superstars like Justin Cage, Moco Loco, and Lucas Taylor. We have super heavy weights, we have lightweights. Whatever your cup of tea you are sure to find it at EVERY CWFL show and in the ring at the PWF pro wrestling training center here in Florida.

But what we mostly have is a group of passionate individuals who’s main objective is to give every wrestling fan in Florida an experience they will always remember —and every kid out there a chance to live the dream the way I have.

For all you who are interested in fulfillling your dream of being a professional wrestler, manager, or referree—they have a training facility on site and you can be trained by experts who have many years in the business.

In closing I want to say that PWF has given this silly big kid a chance and taken him under their wing and making him feel like a true man and a professional performer. For that I am forever grateful. That is why I am very proud to be a part of this company. I hope that you will take the time to say hello to me in person at one of the live events, listen to me on the PWF Radio Show or even come hang out with me at the After Party at Gator’s Dockside in Ocoee where me and the rest of the guys from the TV Show like to hang out at night.  Look me up on facebook and don’t forget to Like our page at http://www.facebook.com/PWFInternational


Open Challenge From Bobbi Maracai

May 17, 2013

FROM THE DESK OF BOBBI MARACAI

May 9, 2013

To whom it may concern:

My name is Bobbi Maracai, a manager in Pro Wrestling Fit: Championship Wrestling From Florida. I manage the greatest stable ever in professional wrestling: The Million Dollar Stable. My stable is comprised of past champions, international sensations, and the greatest up-and-comers in the state of Florida. However I have found that there is absolutely no competition for my guys in CWFL, and I also find that the politics involved in this organization are holding my guys back. This is why I turn to you, the owners and promoters of PWF China, PWF Korea, and PWF USA.

I am writing you today to issue an open challenge for any of your champions, legends, anyone that you have to finally offer my guys some competition. In order to give you a better idea of what I am bringing to the table and why I specifically issuing this open challenge. I find that once you read about my stable you will be anxious to sign these matches. So without further ado, I present to you the Million Dollar Stable.

                Redd Alert is a former World Wrestling Alliance United States Heavyweight Champion. He has been in the professional wrestling industry for 20 years and he is definitely not slowing down with age. He was involved in a huge war against American Dragon Shane Miller before going for the PWF CWFL Heavyweight Championship against Randy Starr. Redd Alert has been overlooked by CWFL management because of his association with myself, as well as his war with their “golden boy” American Dragon. Redd Alert is a perfect contender for any World Heavyweight, US Heavyweight, or Legends titles. He was originally trained at the Pro Wrestling School in Orlando, Florida and has been an industry Icon since graduation. I am issuing an open challenge for any of your heavyweight divisions on behalf of Mr. Alert.

                The Oriental Alliance is my newest import from the beautiful country of Korea. K’row and the Master are my gift to the tag team division in Pro Wrestling Fit. They would be holding the tag team championship if it weren’t for the fact that K’row had visa issues that have kept him out of wrestling for a couple months. However that problem is starting to rectify itself and K’row will be returning to active duty soon. K’row and The Master are the greatest tag team in the history of Korean professional wrestling despite being so new. And the recent addition of Dok-Sori has strengthened the Oriental Alliance exponentially. So if you want excellent competition that will blow away your tag team division then look no further than K’row and The Master. If you want one of the best mixed martial artists in the land, Dok-Sori is your man. And best of all, if you want to have a culture clash (Team Korea vs Team China vs Team USA, etc) these three gentlemen from Korea will blow you away!

Monster is a superstar that I just had to have in the Million Dollar Stable. To say that it is a huge acquisition would be the ultimate understatement. At 6’10” tall, 390 lbs, Monster is one of the biggest, baddest men in professional wrestling. I originally saw Monster wrestling in Tampa against the greatest wrestler in the area. Monster is pure intimidation. He would be the PWF Florida Heavyweight Champion right now had Curse from the Midnight Mafia not interfered. So instead of letting Monster face Randy Starr again for the Florida Heavyweight Championship that is rightfully his, the geniuses in CWFL management have him facing Curse in match after match after match. Monster has already proven he can beat Curse and that he is one of the best new guys in Florida Wrestling. Give him an opportunity to face some an actual challenge because at this point, Championship Wrestling From Florida is not giving it to him, they are so scared.

So there you have it. These are the gentlemen of the Million Dollar Stable and they need your help. I manage the absolute best that Championship Wrestling From Florida has to offer. The problem is the management at CWFL are so political and so against me that they will never give the MDS the chances they deserve. Surely you, the more professional management, will not let an opportunity like this pass you by. These men will put on matches that your fans will be talking about for years to come. Not to mention that any show that has Bobbi Maracai on it equals instant ratings. Anywhere I go a massive following follows. So consider this letter an open challenge to ANYONE in your respective federations. I am at the end of my rope with Florida management. Give these gentlemen, as well as this high-drawing young lady, the chance that we so rightfully deserve and that has eluded us for so long due to office politics. I thank you for your time and I look forward to hearing from you in the near future.

 

Sincerely,

Bobbi Maracai
Billion Dollar Stable Manager
Pro Wrestling Fit Championship Wrestling From Florida


PWF USA C.E.O. Kevin Rhodes

March 8, 2013

Episode 4 with our very own PWF CWFL C.E.O. Kevin Rhodes:

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/pwfradio/2013/03/01/a-monster-announcement

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Pro Wrestler Kevin Rhodes, PWF USA C.E.O.

This week on the PWF Radio Show Bobbi Marcacai will be joined by Leroy jenkins as the co-host of the show. She will be interviewing PWF CWFL C.E.O. Kevin Rhodes about his past and the future of PWF Florida.

There will be a “Monster” of an announcement about an addition to the Roster. This episode is sponsored by: The Million Dollar Bakery, get your goods at a live PWF show near you!

The of course we will get to hear from PWF International C.E.O. Rick Love who shares with us some news from the international events in Korea, Australia and Japan. This episode is sponsored by Legacy Title Belts and Awards. Order your Pro Wrestling Title Belts here!

This episode is sponsored by the Pro Wrestling School in Orlando, Florida. Do you want to become a Professional Wrestler? Call Ph: 321-239-5439 today to get started.

This show is sponsored by: Legacy Championship Belts www.LegacyBelts.com


NightStalker on the PWF Radio Show

March 8, 2013

Episode 3 is now live! Listen to it here: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/pwfradio/2013/02/22/nightstalked

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See Pro Wrestling Fit’s Hardcore Star, NightStalker at a show near you!

This week we speak with PWF Hardcore Icon Nightstalker, managed by Leroy Jenkins. Plus well give you the results of this weeks PWF show and we talk about the controversy surrounding Moco Loco and the Midnight Mafia.

Rick Love calls in with his usually annoying questions and comments and tries to get more information out of Bobbi Maracai about the talent that she plans to bring to the PWF roster.

This episode is sponsored by the Pro Wrestling School in Orlando, Florida. Do you want to become a Professional Wrestler? Call Ph: 321-239-5439 today to get started.

This show is sponsored by: Legacy Championship Belts www.LegacyBelts.com

Pro Wrestling Fit Presents: NightStalker!

He is 5’10”, 230 pounds of pure insanity and mayhem in the Pro Wrestling ring. He has lived a tortured life full of hurt and pain that most people could not begin to understand.

Now he releases his anger into the world of pro wrestling. He carefully stalks his opponents, watching and waiting before he rips his opponent’s souls from their bodies and leaves them broken and empty.

He lives in darkness and seclusion. He has no friends and no desire to make any. Most individuals look at him in bewilderment trying to figure him out, but, as they all eventually find out, there is no answer to his madness and insanity.

His name is feared by many in the professional wrestling business. He is known as NightStalker!

He entered into the business in 1999 with South Eastern Championship Wrestling where he began his training and later debuted on their TV show. It was in May 2000 with South Eastern Championship Wrestling on channel 98, a product of Time Warner Communications.

Night Stalker easily annihilated and massacred his competition; destroying the entire South Eastern Championship Wrestling roster.

He began stalking new competition, wanting more he journeyed into Mid-Florida Wrestling in February 2002 where he quickly made his name known. NightStalker became the Mid-Florida Wrestling Hardcore Champion 4-times and the Mid-Florida Wrestling Champion 2-times.

Other wrestling promotions include Championship Florida Wrestling, Southern Championship Wrestling, Future Stars of Professional Wrestling, Atlantic Championship Wrestling, Future of Wrestling, South Lake Pro Wrestling, Pro Wrestling Xtreme just to name a few.

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NightStalker attempts to break the back of Nick Foley

His newest promotion where everyone is finding out just how hardcore he is ……Pro Wrestling Fit Championship Wrestling From Florida. You can see him in live action and judge for yourself exactly why he is the Florida Hardcore Extremist.

Night Stalker is no one to be taken lightly and certainly not to be underestimated. He has been destroying Hardcore Champions and winning their titles since 2000 and has no plans of stopping any time soon. To step into the ring with this Hardcore professional wrestler could be your biggest and last mistakes ever. He is currently aiming for the PWF International World Hardcore Title and doesn’t plan to let anyone stand in his way.

You can keep up with his tour schedule and show appearances by Liking his page at http://www.facebook.com/ProWrestlerNightStalker


PWF Radio Leroy Jenkins Interview

March 8, 2013

Check out episode 2 with Leroy Snowball Jenkins. February 14th 2013

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/pwfradio/2013/02/15/dirty-snowball

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Leroy SnowJenkins, Professional Wrestling Manager

This week Bobbi interviews Leroy Snowball Jenkins. The war of words between the two greatest managers in Florida cannot be missed! Plus we will be taking your calls.

Hear Rick Love’s comments and criticisms about the state of Pro Wrestling today.

This show is sponsored by: Legacy Championship Belts www.LegacyBelts.com

The Midnight Mafia and Leroy Jenkins are on a quest to dominate the Professional Wrestling industry.

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Leroy Jenkins and Curse at Pro Wrestling Fit Florida.

Boston-born Leroy “Snowball” Jenkins comes from a long line of self-professed gangsters. His family legacy was built on their fifty years in the business of pro wrestling. Just four short years ago Leroy decided to carry on his family’s gangster legacy by entering an industry his family made famous. Trained by his daddy and granddaddy before him, Leroy got his start working some of the independent federations in Florida where he moved the daily operations of the Midnight Mafia, his stable of wrestlers, to permanently.

Leroy’s plan is to be the future of the business and a dominating force in Pro Wrestling Fit and any other federation that he chooses. For Leroy Jenkins professional wrestling is about family economics. He knows that everyone he manages will go to the top because he only manages the finest talent and when his guys win, he makes more money. Leroy’s favorite quote is “Win if you can. Lose if you must. But ALWAYS cheat!”

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The Hardcore Icon NightStalker with Leroy Jenkins.

He is gracious to wrestlers like Justin Cage who trained him, and promoters like Rick Love and Kevin Rhodes, among others who have given him exposure. But now the game is all about him, and this gangster is shooting straight to the top of Pro Wrestling Fit CWFL. Leroy’s pride and joy, Curse, is the number one contender for the vacant PWF CWFL Heavyweight Title. His latest acquisition NightStalker is blazing his way into PWF like a star. This is why Leroy Jenkins is quickly becoming one of the most sought after talent Managers in all of Florida independent wrestling.

His current talent war with Bobbi Maracai started when she somehow managed to get Justin Cage, a long-time friend of Leroy’s, to join her stable of wrestlers. Bobbi Maracai’s legal team has requested that PWF look into Leroy’s use of a walking cane. They claim that a search of his medical files shows no legitimate injury that would require it and that he only uses it as a weapon that creates a public danger to the wrestlers and the fans. No-one can say how this fued got started for sure but we are sure that this battle of managers will not end peacefully.


Pro Wrestling Fit Radio with Bobbi Maracai

March 5, 2013

Pro Wrestling Fit International has launched a brand new radio show featuring PWF talent manager, Bobbi Maracai as the host. Below you can read about and listen to the very first episode of the show!

Here is the very first episode of the Pro Wrestling Fit Radio Show! February 7th 2013

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/pwfradio/2013/02/08/the-pro-wrestling-fit-inaugural-episode

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The Law and Order of PWF Pro Wrestling, Referee James W. Rubright

This week Bobbi Maracai reviews the goings-on in Pro Wrestling Fit. Plus she will be interviewing Bobby Fonta on his recent entry in the TNA Gut Check.

Also, Senior Referee James W. Rubright talks to us about his 500th match, Steelehorsing, and his thoughts on the State of the PWF.

This show is sponsored by: Pro Wrestling Fit Championship Wrestling From Florida with Pro Wrestling shows in Orlando, Florida.

A little about Referee J.W. Rubright: As a young man who had been a lifelong fan of the sport of Professional Wrestling, James W. Rubright had a dream of becoming a professional wrestler. As he began the training process he soon learned that the days of a classic mat wrestler were gone and that promoters favored the taller heavyweights because heavy weight wrestlers draw larger crowds. Training with these giants resulted in some injuries that would make a career as a pro wrestler difficult. As a law student he decided put his strong sense of right and wrong to work and be the man upholding justice inside the ring as a Professional Referee.

Promoters were quickly attracted to his “Take No Bull and Never Back Down” attitude and found that he was an excellent choice as a referee who could keep these beastly warriors in control. After finishing his training at a Pro Wrestling school, his first professional match as a Referee was with ASW. The oppenents in that match were Maximo Miranda v. Norman Wright. News of his law and order ability to maintain control in the ring spread and soon he was working for promotions all across the state including Pro Wrestling Fit shows in Orlando, Florida. Now, just two short years later, Referee Rubright is just seven matches away from his 500th match.

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James W. Rubright keeping the action under control.

JW Rubright was trained at the Pro Wrestling school run by Florida Pro Wrestling Icons Frankie Reyes, Jimmy Mack, and Dan Krigbaum. His favorite match that he has ever refereed was Steve Corino v. Greg “The Hammer” Valentine at a Pro Wrestling Xtreme show. He loves being a referee because it shows anyone that you don’t have to be 6’7” to be an authority figure or to make it in the professional wrestling industry.

JW Rubright now serves at the chairman of the Referee Committee for Pro Wrestling Fit and maintains law and order in all of their title matches. As a professional one of his major goals it to Referee a World Title Match overseas in front of Pro Wrestling Fit’s International fans.

To keep track of what is going on in the life and career of PWF Referee James W. Rubright be sure to friend him at http://www.facebook.com/james.rubright103

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