Q & A WITH LEILANI KAI
JAKOB EDWINN
KONGO KONG
BOBBY EATON
BLAKE CHRISTIAN
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DUKE THE DUMSPTER DROESE It has been almost two decades since Duke the Dumpster Droese has taken out the trash for the WWE. The last time that the garbage man stepped into the ring for Vince McMahon was at Wrestlemania X-7 in 2001 as a participant in the Gimmick Battle Royal. Today, at 50 years old, Mike Droese, a Peer Case Manager, helps people with substance abuse and mental health problems as far as getting their lives back on track. Until recently, it has been years since he has had anything to do with professional wrestling. In August of last year, Mike was invited …continue reading
RJ CITY If the name RJ City sounds familiar to wrestling fans that follow the independent scene, it should. For the past couple of months, the 30-year-old wrestler from Toronto, Canada has been involved in a series of matches with actor and former WCW World Champion, David Arquette. Since July of last year, the two have wrestled against each other in singles matches, and they have also teamed together as tag partners. “I wrestled David in his first match when he came back to wrestling. Not only did I defeat him, but I also gave him a black eye, which was fun …continue reading
JAXON STONE In just less than four years, Jaxon Stone has been making his presence known on the independent wrestling scene. The 26-year-old wrestler from the Dallas-Ft. Worth area has been stepping into the ring all across the United States, Canada, and Europe to perfect his wrestling skills. Jaxon has wrestled for more than 60 different promotions, including Metroplex Wrestling, the Monster Factory, Combat Zone, Impact, Limitless, AML, C4, and Beyond Wrestling, just to name a few. In February, Jaxon will be crossing the Atlantic Ocean for the fourth time in his career to compete in at least a dozen matches currently …continue reading
Q & A WITH BILL APTER Bill Apter has been covering professional wrestling for years. He started a wrestling newsletter in 1961 while he was in High School. Bill further went on to write for a long list of publications such as Pro Wrestling Illustrated, Inside Wrestling, The Wrestler, WOW, Total Wrestling, Wrestling Revue, and several others. In 2015, he wrote about some of his experiences in the wrestling business in his book, “Is Wrestling Fixed? I Didn’t Know it was Broken.” Bill can be heard weekly on his podcast The Apter Chat. We had a chance to talk to him about his career, some of …continue reading
COLBY CORINO There are very few wrestlers if any, who can say that they’ve been working in the business professionally for ten years at the young age of 22. That unique individual is Colby Corino. Because Colby is Steve Corino’s son, a former ECW and NWA Heavyweight Champion, insured that Colby was exposed to the in-ring sport of wrestling on a regular basis as a child. “When I first started out, I was wrestling about one time a month. Since I was always traveling with my Dad, I was able to train with a lot of different people before the matches started,” …continue reading

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