The Top 5 Reasons Why You Should Love Pro Wrestling Fit

January 21, 2014

By Leroy Jenkins

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Leroy SnowJenkins, Professional Wrestling Manager

Pro Wrestling Fit International is the world’s fastest growing wrestling organization. One of the reasons for their meteoric rise in the pro wrestling community globally is the family friendly atmosphere which is a pleasant alternative to the modern day bloodbath shows so common on the independent scene.  We hope each and every one of you come out and support the Pro Wrestling Fit shows in your area. Here are Leroy’s Top 5 Reasons Why You Should Love PWF.

1)   Family friendly ticket prices.  While many local level shows charge ridiculously high prices such as $20-25 dollars for general admission seats, PWF gives your entire family an affordable night out with general admission seating at only $10 and just $5 for children.  With the economy in the rough shape that it’s in today, we all could use the most bang for the buck possible when it comes to family entertainment.

2) Family friendly atmosphere. We have a very professional staff of wrestlers who treat this sport with the RESPECT it DESERVES!  Unlike the bunch of trash talking backyard hacks trying to run shows like a traveling carnival at high school gyms and National Guard Armories we are a group of professional athletes determined to succeed in the goal of giving you a top notch show every time.

3)  Unique Stars: PWF has it’s own professional team of talent that come directly from the PWF Training Centers around the world. You won’t see these guys at the backyard low quality shows full of untrained wrestlers and has-beens who have not been on TV for more than a decade.  We’ve got light heavy weights like Bobby Fonta, Kevin Rhodes, Papi Nieves, WuZhi, K’row, Rick Love and Moco Loco. Not only that, but we also have some of the best heavy weights in the professional wrestling industry such as Randy Starr, Curse, Monster, Simple Simon, Hot Rodz, Redd Alert, American Dragon, El Diable, Levi Mullins, Monzkid, Sombra Espinoza and Thump Dupree.

4)  Territories: PWF has state and national territories hosting competition in the Colombia, Ecuador, USA, Korea, Japan, Australia, Canada and China. So no matter where you live in the world you will find a PWF show near you! Each national territory has it’s very own PWF Pro Wrestling Training School developing talent for future shows.

5)  Respect.  This was hit upon earlier but we as a company treat all aspects—the sport, the fans, even ourselves—with the respect and dignity fitting of such a great promotion.  We have “Meet and Greet” events and autograph parties with the fans before every show. This allows PWF fans to get up close and personal with our stars. We have a respectful locker-room filled with people willing to help one another, young guys with respect for the business, and older veterans with the same respect mentoring the young guys.

If you want to be part of the ever rapidly growing PWF family come on out to one of our shows.  I guarantee you will not be disappointed. I look forward to meeting you personally. If you have dreams of becoming a professional wrestler then remember that Leroy Jenkins is always looking to recruit new talent to wrestle in his stable. 

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Pro Wrestling Manager The Grand Wizard

November 20, 2013

Pro Wrestling Fit USA Manager Leroy Jenkins brings you another educational article sharing his many years of pro wrestling knowledge. Please feel free to comment and share this link with your friends. We always love to hear from our readers and share their opinions in the comments section.

Younger wrestling fans might not be familiar with this man but the Grand Wizard of Wrestling (Abdullah Farouk) was a pioneer in the professional wrestling world.  The manager of champions was one of the triad of managers in the 70s that dominated the World Wide Wrestling Federation.  Unlike other managers however he did it using only his brain and his words, as he was not the most imposing specimen of a man physically—–yet still always found ways to interfere in matches his men were involved in.

Here is a list of just some of the men that the grand wizard has led to greatness:

1)  Stan “the Man” Stasiak.   The man known for the heart punch was a rough rugged rawbone wrestler who won the world title in 1973

2)  Professor Toru Tanaka and Mr Fuji.  The first WWWF  title held by the grand wizard was with the dastardly men from the orient.

3)  Superstar Billy Graham.  This was probably the greatest success the Grand Wizard had.  Superstar graham was a pioneer for the flamboyant wrestling styles seen today.  He held the title for over a year domingating the talent in the mid to late 70s

4)  Pat Patterson.  He managed the first intercontinental champion.  This was the final belt the Grand Wizard had in his stable

The Grand Wizard was a master of the insulting promo.  He could draw heat in a matter of seconds bedhind a microphone.  Here is an example of him at his finest—-
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vrt8LKlr-g0

From a personal standpoint I hated the Grand Wizard of Wrestling.  I would however turn in every single week just because I hated him and wanted to always see him get his comeuppance.   Which means he was as good at his job as  anyone.  I personally modeled myself in the business after his character, wanting to be known more for what I say and how the crowd reacts to me than my physical prowess.  Ernie Roth in my opinion should be the model all managers should be after.  I remember crying watching Superstar Graham defeating my hero Bruno Sammartino to the point i wanted to quit watching wrestling forever.  But something about Ernie’s hypnotic way kept me watching week after week


WWE Has Killed This Industry

September 23, 2013

This article is by Mark Madden. Areas in parenthesis are the opinions of (RICK LOVE)

Judging by the word-drool that fills the comments section below this column, most of you appear to like WWE’s booking. A lot.

I understand. For many of you, WWE is the only wrestling you’ve ever known. You think there’s only one way of doing things, because you’ve only seen one way of doing things. You believe the McMahons are infallible. If they do it, it’s right. (Nothing could be further from the truth. There is a whole world of professional wrestling waiting to be discovered by most “wrestling fans” This world includes online magazines, radio and television shows.)

I understand why you think that way. But you’re wrong.

Even though WWE is making lots of money – mostly because they’ve figured out and maximized every ancillary revenue stream – it’s not a very popular product. In fact, the wrestling industry has never been less popular. The proliferation of the IWC and WWE’s big-time feel obscure that fact, but it is a fact.

I know most of you don’t like to pay attention to facts, but here goes:

*During the height of the WWE-WCW Monday Night War, the combined viewership of Raw and Nitro often topped a 10 rating. These days, the Raw rating occasionally  tops 3.0 and mostly hovers around 2.8-2.9.

Question: Where did all those people go? Answer: They don’t watch wrestling anymore. Conclusion: Wrestling is A LOT LESS POPULAR. (The sad part is that the kind of pro wrestling that these fans would like to watch is still available on the Indy scene being held at local Night Clubs, VFW halls and National Guard Armories around the country. But, most of these promotions lack the thousands of dollars that it takes to market a local television and radio show successfully).

Some people were just WCW fans. That’s something Vince McMahon would have done well to figure out when he bought WCW and staged that sham “invasion.” The smart move for business would have been to absorb all of WCW’s contracts, maintain WCW as a separate promotion, maintain Nitro as a separate TV show, and gradually have a competitive invasion, not one that served an agenda.

But the McMahons have done nothing but serve agendas since they day they bought WCW. Hence the declining popularity.

*Before WWE started going national in 1984 and wiped out all the territories, there were far more wrestling fans than there are now. Far more wrestling fans than there were during the peak of the Monday Night Wars. There were 30-40 shows every weeknight, more than that on weekends, many of them well-attended. Every territory had its own TV show, and most were well-watched. (Pro Wrestling Fit USA is the only company in the USA in a position to bring back the territories and those popular shows. But they need the support of real wrestling fans. Not the folks who think that video games style of stuff done at WWE is wrestling.)

Wrestling was a much more highly-regarded staple of TV back then. The shows weren’t as well-produced as WWE, but had a certain regional touch that WWE lacks. They could be tailored to their audience. A national promotion must be generic. Regional promotions were booked and produced to appeal to that region. (This gives local wrestlers a chance to compete on a regional level in front of their home-town crowds instead of selling their soul for a contract full of loopholes that WWE can use at any time to drop them.)

McMahon-style wrestling is not the be-all and end-all. It’s merely an option. It was better when there was more than one option.

So, no matter what your inexperienced eye’s affinity may be for WWE’s current product – who I am to tell you what to like? – the end result of WWE’s takeover of the wrestling business is the industry being far less popular. It seems bigger because of the presentation and because the monopoly puts WWE in the mainstream on far more references. But wrestling is far less popular.

When 68-year-old Vince McMahon leads the charge back against his own corporation, it will be the wrong move. When McMahon “saves” Daniel Bryan, making him his stooge in the process, it will be the wrong move. When the main event of WrestleMania revolves around “the family,” it will be the wrong move.

But you will embrace it like a long-lost lover. Not your fault. It’s all you know.

There is only one way to judge the success of wrestling. The Raw rating is stagnant. The SummerSlam buyrate was way down. So, you tell me.

Follow Mark Madden on Twitter: @MarkMaddenX

If you would like to see the kind of wrestling that you loved return to television then be sure to support your local Pro Wrestling Fit affiliate shows. You will be glad that you did!) Like us on our Pro Wrestling Fit USA facebook page! We are currently recruiting talent to train at our Pro Wrestling School to appear on future television shows.


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


Rick Love shoot interview

March 15, 2013

Listen to our latest Pro Wrestling Fit Radio Show below with the now infamous Rick Love shoot interview! http://www.blogtalkradio.com/pwfradio/2013/03/08/all-you-need-is-love-1

Pro Wrestler Rick Love

Richard “Rick” Love: C.E.O. and Championship Committee Chairman

Episode 5 features the introduction of Leroy Jenkins as the co-host of the show and International Pro Wrestling Heart-throb, Rick Love who explains his position as PWF International C.E.O. and how PWF is changing the face of pro wrestling today.

He also discusses in details why Gerardo De Jesus and Uprising were thrown out of the PWF. Listen to his opinions about indy workers today and why they will never make it to the big time, his time in Japan and Korea as a pro wrestler, a military linguist, full contact fighter martial arts hall of famer and more.

Hear Pro Wrestling Talent Manager Leroy Jenkins calls Rick Love out for a lack of title shots for the Midnight Mafia and trys to claim ownership and host status of the PWF Radio Show.

Hear about the latest creation from The Million Dollar Bakery and more!

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 and www.americandragononline.com .


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