Pro Wrestling Show August 2nd 2014

On August 2nd 2014 the Zero 1 Pro Wrestling Fit Florida arena and Pro Wrestling school played host to one of the most exciting wrestling shows held in Florida. Many of Florida’s top professional wrestling talents were on hand for the show.

Match 1——The opening match of the evening featured a tried and true veteran of PWF, American Dragon vs one of the hottest up and comers this fed has seen in a while El Guapo. This match showcased a lot of the incredible wrestling skills that Guapo has and the martial arts skills of the American Dragon Shane Miller. This match ended in a disqualification with American Dragon coming out on top but El Guapo showed that he and the remainder of Triple XXX are truly the top commodity stable in the federation.

Match 2— Fire and Brimstone Aaron Alexander kept his winning ways alive when he defeated the man who answered his open challenge, the hugely powerful JD Amazing. Aaron Alexander has been on a winning streak lately but is facing his toughest opponent to date in the upcoming weeks when he finally meets up with the man who he tried to screw out of the Mike Mace Memorial Cup, Levi Mullins.

Match 3—In a rematch from the previous week, Uncle Jed tried to get revenge on GrandPappa Pump, but once again fell on the short side of the stick as Grandpappa pump put him out with a sleeper hold.

Match 4—–In one of the greatest matches of the night, red hot newcomer Cameron Xross was just inches away from becoming the New PWF USA Jr. Heavyweight champion but once again Pretty Boy Papi used his strength his wits and his Swag to hold off the challenger. Both superstars impressed the fans immensely and both have a huge future in the Pro Wrestling Fit.

Match 5 —-In a very quick match, Thump Dupree, the newest member of Triple XXX and the trainer for the Zero 1 Pro Wrestling Fit training center showed why he was a force to be reckoned with in PWF as he disposed of the wily veteran the Grappler in less than four minutes.

Match 6—-The Hardcore title was on the line as The champion Hot Rodz took on The Unchained outlaw Levi Mullins with Leroy Jenkins, a tough ring savvy veteran fresh off a win at the Inaugural Mike mace memorial Cup. In a match that featured cobells, kendo sticks, and a well placed belt shot to the head by Hot rodz, Hot rodz remained the Pwf world hardcore Champion

Match 7—In the main event of the Evening the PWF Florida champion, TripleXXX member Venom, took on the challenge of the young challenger, Bobby Fonta. Fonta won via disqualification in a grueling hard fought battle between the two when Venom refused to release a hold while they were in the ropes. After the match Triple XXX came in and disposed of Fonta and then took out Referee Todd Token.

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Pro Wrestling Title Belts

Dreaming About A Pro Wrestling Title Belt

I have had a dream all of my life as a wrestling fan. That dream is one of being the best in the world. But not just being the best but letting everybody know that you are the best. The feeling of pride and respect one receives with being the best is my adrenaline, my rush, my jones. One of the main ways in wrestling that people can know that you are the best is with a properly made stunning championship like the ones made by Legacy Championship Belts.

The glorious prestige of the championship title belt has always been a major selling factor in Professional Wrestling. From The early days of the NWA, WWWF, and AWA, that Pro Wrestling Belt meant you had the pull, you had the power, and you had the prestige and the honor to be called the best in the world. And if your bely looks like a shabby piece of Cardboard that you would find inside of a cereal box then your hard work and effort and dedication really has been demeaned in my opinion. Legacy championship belts can give you the sense of pride and passion that comes along with being the best at what you do.

Getting a prize worth fighting for is also a big incentive to getting fans into your federation. You can have all the talented wrestlers, all the great characters, all the greatest mic salesmen, but if your champion looks like a paper champion you’ve lost a major part of your credibility. I currently manage the PWF U.S. Hardcore Champion, the Unchained Outlaw, Levi Mullins, and I’m DAMN proud to say that we have a belt designed by the great people at Legacy Belts and Awards. The fans want to see the biggest and best fought for every month.

The same can also be said for building the wealth and empire of your federation up to new and upcoming wrestlers who want to be part of your federation. Having a finely made belt like the ones Legacy Championship Belts and Awards pride themselves on making is a firm selling bullet to new talent coming saying “Hey, this is the federation I want to be part of. That belt is beautiful and Me and Me alone will be the future holder of that belt.” You don’t want to be part of some rinky dink federation filled with wannabees and has beens who are just struggling to stay around. You want to be involved with the best, and the best deserve the best belts. And you will tryout and be part of the best wrestling federation around.

But most of all it’s all about self-pride. You can have all the people loving you, and all the critics loving the work you do, but unless you yourself have pride in what you do its all meaningless. Legacy belts will give you a quality product that will tell everyone that you are champion, but most of all will tell you that you are champion, that you are the best, and that you have accomplished your dreams and have the right awards to show it.
So whether you are a fan of the sport, a wrestler trying to make it big in the sport, or just someone who takes great pride in your work, a legacy championship belt is what you need.

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Zero 1 Pro Wrestling Fit CWFL show June 7th 2014

PWF ZERO ONE  FLORIDA  BLEACHER REPORT RESULTS FROM PRO WRESTLING SHOW IN OCOEE, FLORIDA SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 2014

The show opened with PWF USA Commissioner Jack Callahan and PWF USA Heavyweight Champion “The Funkadelic Supervillain” Thump Dupree coming to the ring.  Commissioner Callahan  informed the fans that due to recent threats and actions by PWF Florida Commissioner Jim Shires that he has enlisted the services of Dupree to provide personal security as he is a business man and not a wrestler,  Shires came to ring side and reminded Callahan that he was in a PWF Florida ring at a PWF Florida show and that he would be competing in a match against Shires.  Thump Dupree took an aggressive posture and Commissioner Shires informed Dupree that if he didn’t leave the ring area, he would defending his PWF ZERO ONE USA Heavyweight Title “tonight” even though he was up to that point unscheduled for a title defense.  Dupree, clearly upset, asked Callahan “Can he do that?”  Callahan reluctantly confirmed the validity of Shires threat and Dupree retreated from the ring area with haste.

Match 1-   PWF USA Commissioner Jack Callahan vs. PWF Florida Commissioner Jim Shires.  Shires wins by disqualification after Thump Dupree interferes to save Callahan from an arm bar submission.  (3:38)  Referee: Andy Clarke

PWF ZERO ONE USA Tag Team Champions Latin Fury (“ Pretty Boy Papi” Nieves and Hot Rodz)  comes to the ring with Money Mob Manager  “Big Money” Lee Dobbins.  Hot Rodz  iforms the fans that Latin Fury has held the tag titles for a calendar year without any real competition and issues an open challenge.  The Bounty Hunters (Joe Woods and Dave “Big Rig Harbour) come to the ring and accept the challenge.  Latin Fury, clearly out sized stipulate that The Bounty Hunters have to earn a title shot and agree to a Non Title Contest.

Match 2-  PWF ZERO ONE USA Tag Team Champions Latin Fury (w/ Big Money Lee Dobbins vs. The Bounty Hunters.  The Bounty Hunters win via pinfall  (14:12) Referee: Steve Michaels

Match 3-  “O-Town Reggie Brown vs. “Airbourne” Alex Anthony

Alex Anthony via pinfall (11:45) Referee: Steve Michaels

Intermission-  During Intermission Special Guest Ring Announcer Rico Moon announced that on July 12 PWF ZERO ONE FLORIDA will be hosting the annual MIKE MACE MEMORIAL TAG TEAM CUP. Mike Mace was a long time Florida Independent Wrestler and one half of “The Unchained Outlaws” with Levi Mullins.  The Unchained Outlaws were a top tag team in Florida for many years, holding multiple titles in various promotions in the south.  Mike Mace passed away unexpectedly in June of 2013.  This year the tournament will be held under lethal lottery rules meaning that factions such as the Money Mob will likely find themselves competing against one another,  It will be a single elimination format with 8  competing teams.  The eventual winners will have to compete in three matches in one night to capture the CUP.

Match 4-  PWF ZERO ONE WORLD HARDCRE Champion Nightstalker vs. Simple Simon.  Nightstalker dominated and successfully defended his title via pinfall.  (5:14)  Referee: Andy Clarke.

Match 5-  “Fire and Brimstone” Arron Alexander and The Bodacious Pretty Boy vs. Venom and Cameron Xross (w/ Leroy Jenkins).  Venom and Xross picked up the win bypinfall when cross hit Pretty Boy with a “Short Stack Face Buster” (14:54)  Referee:  Steve Michaels.

Main Event:  PWF ZERO ONE FLORIDA Heavyweight Champion Redd Alert (w/ Big Money Lee Dobbins) vs. “The Unchained Outlaw” Levi Mullins ) w/ Leroy Jenkins.  Mullins wins by disqualification.  Mullins dominated the majority of the contest and had Redd Alert pinned after a vicious spine buster when Money Mob  Members Thump Dupree and Pretty Boy Papi Nieves charged the ring on behalf of fellow Money Mob member Redd Alert to break up the count and prevent Mullins from obtaining his second title win since April.  Mullins previously won the PWF USA HARDCORE Title only to lose to Hot Rodz  the following month due to outside interference by long time nemesis Nightstalker.

It was a must see show from start to finish.  The PWF ZERO ONE fans were treated to an intense competitive event from start to finish.  The show saw debuts from The Bounty Hunters who with their victory assured themselves an eventual title shot against Latin Fury.  Arron Alexander raised the eyebrows of everyone in attendance with his evangelical antics.  Alexander has particularly raised the attention of Money Mob Manager Big Money Lee Dobbins who appeared during Alexander’s tag team match and seemed quite intrigued.  When asked why he appeared at ringside, Dobbins replied, “Its none of your business why I’m out here you swole up thumb looking (explative).  Money Mobs headed to Disney Land!”  The Bodacious Pretty Boy though taking a loss showed why he’s been a dominant force in the Northeast for many years.

Match of the night goes to O-town Reggie Brown vs. Airbourne Alex Anthony.  Anthony is unquestionably a top light heavyweight.  A former ZERO ONE JAPAN roster regular, Anthony is certainly a threat to Pretty Boy Papis Light Heavyweight Title reign.  Big props to O-town Reggie Brown who most certainly held his own and was very capable of knocking off Anthony.  With the return of injured former champions Justin Cage aqnd Lucas Taylor next month, the certain eventual insertion of Cameron Xross and fan favorite Moco Loco in the mix, Pretty Boy Papi Nieves reign as champion could end at any time.  PWF ZERO ONE has a Light Heavyweight Division that is second to none.  With the PWF WORLD JR HEAVYWEIGHT Tournament just around the corner in September, things are definitely heating up.

Francis “The Diz” Goodfellow

PWF ZERO ONE BLEACHER REPORT

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Pro Wrestling Championship Title Belts

Dreaming About A Pro Wrestling Title Belt by Leroy Jenkins

I have had a dream all of my life as a wrestling fan. That dream is one of being the best in the world. But not just being the best but letting everybody know that you are the best. The feeling of pride and respect one receives with being the best is my adrenaline, my rush, my jones. One of the main ways in wrestling that people can know that you are the best is with a properly made stunning championship like the ones made by Legacy Championship Title Belts.

The glorious prestige of the championship title belt has always been a major selling factor in Professional Wrestling. From The early days of the NWA, WWWF, and AWA, that Pro Wrestling Belt meant you had the pull, you had the power, and you had the prestige and the honor to be called the best in the world. And if your belt looks like a shabby piece of Cardboard that you would find inside of a cereal box then your hard work and effort and dedication really has been demeaned in my opinion. Legacy championship belts can give you the sense of pride and passion that comes along with being the best at what you do.

Getting a prize worth fighting for is also a big incentive to getting fans into your federation. You can have all the talented wrestlers, all the great characters, all the greatest mic salesmen, but if your champion looks like a paper champion you’ve lost a major part of your credibility. I currently manage the PWF U.S. Hardcore Champion, the Unchained Outlaw, Levi Mullins, and I’m DAMN proud to say that we have a belt designed by the great people at Legacy Belts and Awards. The fans want to see the biggest and best fought for every month.

The same can also be said for building the wealth and empire of your federation up to new and upcoming wrestlers who want to be part of your federation. Having a finely made belt like the ones Legacy Championship Belts and Awards pride themselves on making is a firm selling bullet to new talent coming saying “Hey, this is the federation I want to be part of. That belt is beautiful and Me and Me alone will be the future holder of that belt.” You don’t want to be part of some rinky dink federation filled with wannabees and has beens who are just struggling to stay around. You want to be involved with the best, and the best deserve the best belts. And you will tryout and be part of the best wrestling federation around.

But most of all it’s all about self-pride. You can have all the people loving you, and all the critics loving the work you do, but unless you yourself have pride in what you do its all meaningless. Legacy belts will give you a quality product that will tell everyone that you are champion, but most of all will tell you that you are champion, that you are the best, and that you have accomplished your dreams and have the right awards to show it.

So whether you are a fan of the sport, a wrestler trying to make it big in the sport, or just someone who takes great pride in your work, a legacy championship belt is what you need.

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Meet Professional Wrestler Reggie Brown

Name: Reggie Brown

Nickname: “The O-Town Punisher”

Height: 5’11

Weight: 196 lbs

Finishing Moves: The Judgement Slam, Fatal KO, The Bow Drop.

Bio:  Reggie Brown is a fun loving guy with a strong sense of justice. Although he has a heart of gold, he’s not to be taken lightly, as he’s incredibly quick and possesses an  in ring martial arts style which he calls “Hakudo No Ken” (Fist of the North Star).

After 4 years on and off the Florida Indy’s, Reggie is ready to turn it up a few notches and make himself known and one day become one of the best. He will be appearing on upcoming episodes of the Pro Wrestling Fit International TV Show.

You can get to know Reggie Brown and other pro wrestlers at the fastest growing social media group on the planet for professional wrestling at Pro Wrestling Fit International.

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Pro Wrestling TV Show September 7th 2013

On September 7th 2013 Pro Wrestling Fit Florida, Championship Wrestling From Florida held a live event in Ocoee, Florida just ten minutes from downtown Orlando to film for two weeks of the PWF International TV Show. The night began with PWF Florida CEO Kevin Rhodes announcing that the PWF International TV Show would now contain matches from PWF Japan, PWF Korea and PWF Colombia. Spokes Model Celle Spade greeted the crowd and signed autographs near ringside.

After the playing of the national anthem, Leroy Jenkins has a few words with crowd about the unfair treatment of his stable of wrestlers known as The Midnight Mafia.

The first match of the evening featured former WWA US Heavy Weight Champion Redd Alert competing against Simple Simon.

Hot Rodz Vs The Unchained Outlaw

Moco Loco Vs Tony Ice Vs Venom

Thump Dupree Vs Joe Blackburn

Monster Vs Royal The Lion of Judah

The Midnight Mafia Vs Latin Fury

NightStalker Vs Joe Blackburn

El Diablo Vs The Unchained Outlaw

Randy Starr & Monster Vs Curse and NightStalker

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Pro Wrestler Simple Simon

Pro WrestlersSimple Simon is ready to tear up the rankings in the Pro Wrestling Fit Championship Wrestling from Florida. A longtime wrestler back in the days of the WWA, Simon came across some hard times and was pushed to the brink of Insanity to the point where he wound up in the Florida State mental Institution. He had been living in a straight jacket for 10 years until he was discovered by Leroy Jenkins on the side of the road doing a work release program to try and support what little was left of his family. Leroy took this gentle giant under his wing and now seems to have control of this beast with the best of his ability.

Leroy has taken sole caregivership of this crazed animal and with the proper medication seems to have him under “control” as far as control goes.  He is working on finding the proper balance between making him a gentle giant and unleashing a crazed killer.  And when that happy medium is found no one is safe and the sky is the limit for this madman.

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Leroy “Snowball” Jenkins is set to dominate Pro Wrestling Fit

He is an accomplished wrestler as well—a fact that will surprise many of his already fear stricken opponents.  He can mat wrestle with anyone—will occasionally fly like a cruiserweight—-basically adapting himself to whatever his opponent throws at him—it is this aspect in the ring where the crazy man actually shows he has some working knowledge of the fine sport—and his finisher the “ISOLATION ROOM” is something that has to be seen to be believed

Although Professional Wrestler Simple Simon is clinically insane he still possesses remarkable wrestling ability and Leroy has unleashed this monster on the ranks of the Cwfl. Fear and terror should be on the mind of all fans and opponents whenever Simple Simon comes in a Pro Wrestling Fit ring near you. Unorthodox in style, mannerisms and speech—but shrewd in mind, stealth and highly adept in the ring—Simon is surely destined for the top of the PWF ladder.

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