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The PWA Show: Absolutely Fantastic…..

Bobby Fulton

Episode 16 is the biggest and quite possibly best episode of The PWA Show yet! Chad and Keila cover all the news from the past week in pro wrestling including: the fallout from WWE Extreme Rules and RAW, big changes to the creative team in TNA, the legacy of the late Verne Gagne, the upcoming ROH and New Japan joint shows, and the rise of Jeff Jarrett’s Global Force Wrestling. This week one half of the legendary Fantastics, Bobby Fulton, is the guest on “The PWA Hotseat”. He discusses his career, family, and faith. Bobby pulls no punches as he discusses his early days in the sport of pro wrestling, teaming with Eric Embry and Terry Taylor before finally being paired with Tommy Rogers in Mid-South Wrestling, memorable battles against the bloodthirsty Sheepherders and The Midnight Express, the state of the pro wrestling industry today, plus very candid thoughts on Vince McMahon and why he feels ripped off by the WWE Chairman. Trust us, you DO NOT want to miss this episode of The PWA Show, YOUR pro wrestling authority!

BREAKING NEWS: Slam-Pro Wrestling Returns to Middle TN with Slam Fest 2015!


Two years ago, one of the most successful independent wrestling promotions to pop up in recent years, Slam-Pro Wrestling, made a huge splash in middle Tennessee! The company held two events in 2013. Slam Fest was held in May in Cookeville¬†at the Tennessee Tech University Memorial Gym and drew around 1,400 fans to see stars such as: Jake “The Snake” Roberts, Diamond Dallas Page, Rikishi, Tommy Dreamer, “Grandmaster Sexay” Brian Christopher, Al Snow, and “The Taskmaster” Kevin Sullivan. Three months later in August, Slam-Pro promoted Summer Heat 2013 in nearby Sparta which featured the first stop on The Outsiders World Tour as nWo founders, Scott Hall and Kevin Nash, met with fans. The show also featured a legends match between “The Wild-Eyed Southern Boy” Tracy Smothers against “Superstar” Bill Dundee. “The Hurricane” Shane Helms was also on hand and wrestled in the main event. That show drew a sellout crowd of almost 900 fans to the White County Agricultural Complex.