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JAZZ: NWA’S TOP WOMAN Wrestling fans can go back as far as they want to regarding the history of the sport, and they will find many women who have left a significant impression. No other woman has made an impact on the sport quite like Carlene Begnaud, better known to wrestling fans by her in-ring name Jazz. “My dream has always been to be the best or one of the best. I have been compared to the Fabulous Moolah, which is a great honor for me,” said Carlene Begnaud. “When you’re being compared to one of the greatest of all time, there are no …continue reading
MO IS ON A MISSION Before Bobby Horne wrestled in the WWF as Mo with the tag team “Men on a Mission,” his life already had a purpose with a calling he might not have known that he had back then. Today, Bobby is 51 years old, and the trainer at Bumps and Bruises Pro Wrestling Academy. He is also the matchmaker for SOAR Championship Wrestling. He takes a powerful anti-bullying message to schools in the Dallas area, and he uses professional wrestling to steer kids away from going down a negative path in their lives. “People want to feel loved. They want to feel …continue reading
Q&A WITH BRUCE THARPE      In 2012, Bruce Tharpe, a South Texas Attorney, acquired the National Wrestling Alliance. Fans who have been following the NWA throughout the years will know it for its notable champions like Lou Thesz, Harley Race, Ric Flair, Dusty Rhodes, and Adam Pearce. Tharpe’s passion for wrestling and his understanding of the historic tradition that the NWA once had motivated him to preserve and elevate the company’s marketing brand. In 2017, Tharpe sold the 70 year old promotion to Smashing Pumpkin’s front man, Billy Corgan. Wrestleville spoke to Tharpe about the NWA’s history, what he accomplished while being President …continue reading
“DROP DEAD” DALE WYLDE For the fans that have been following the Pro Wrestling Mid South promotion based out of Dyersburg, Tennessee, they’ve known for the last five years it has been dominated by one man. That man is the “Golden Boy,” none other than Greg Anthony. On December 9th of last year, all of that changed when “Drop Dead” Dale Wylde defeated Greg to win the promotion’s Unified Heavyweight Championship at the Herb Welch Wrestleplex. The 24-year-old wrestler who hails from Climax, Michigan, is not only known for his in-ring abilities, but also for the fact that he is always seen with a …continue reading
INTRODUCING SHEA SUMMERS Shea Summers might only be 19 years old, but the wrestler who bears the nickname of The Thunder Blonde is making a huge impact on the independent wrestling scene. Her black leather jacket and her edgy attitude is reminiscent from her days as a punk rocker, but they are serving her well as Shea leaves an impression on wrestling fans in the south-east region of the United States. “Showmanship has always been a part of me and I think that’s why I like wrestling. It gives me a stage where I can perform and there’s so much that goes into …continue reading

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