Pro wrestling training coming to Northeast Ohio - 20 year veteran to serve as trainer

Posted on 4/07/117 by Joe Dombrowski

Any young dreamers who are serious about pursuing a career
in pro wrestling, and are within or can commute to the
northeast Ohio area, an opportunity is about to make itself
available to you!

Premier Championship Wrestling
(www.Facebook.com/PremierChampionshipWrestling;
@PCWCleveland on Twitter) is currently in preparations to
launch its own training school. Headquarted in Turners Hall
on Guthrie Ave in Cleveland, a building with rich and
plentiful wrestling history, Turners Hall was the building
where men like Johnny Gargano, M-Dogg 20 Matt Cross (Son of
Havoc), and Josh Prohibition began their wrestling journeys.
Now, PCW looks to find the next generation of wrestling
hopefuls!

Classes will be run by J-Rocc, a 19 year veteran who has
trained the likes of Impact Wrestling star Ethan Carter III,
ROH star Shane Taylor, independent stand-out "Big League"
John McChesney, Ryan Nemeth, among numerous others who have
appearances in major promotions and television products to
their resumes. J-Rocc himself studied under the late, great
JT Lightning before being taken under the wing of the
incomparable Tracy Smothers, and went on to have a career
that saw him share a ring with more legends & Hall of Famers
than we can name, do work in WWE, Impact, as well as ROH,
and be one half of a successful tag team with Ray Rowe.

J-Rocc intends to teach the full "ins and outs" of the
business - not just basics - but cover everything. From in-
ring technique, to promos, character development,
salesmanship and networking, and much more. The work doesn't
stop once you leave the ring, and J-Rocc intends to cover
all facets.

There will also be opportunities available for already
trained wrestlers who are interested in sharpening their
skills or in need of a ring to workout in.

Interested parties should email jmires@thesportsfix.net.
Serious inquiries only please!












































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