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Press Release on Chaotic Wrestling holding tryouts for WWE, and more

Reported by Adam Martin of WrestleView.com
On Tuesday, June 27, 2006 at 2:26 PM EST

The following press release was issued by Chaotic Wrestling:

WWE AND CHAOTIC ENTERTAINMENT GROUP, LLC COME TO LICENSING AGREEMENT

KILLER KOWALSKI AND THE CHAOTIC TRAINING CENTER HOLD TRYOUTS FOR FUTURE WWE SUPERSTARS!

For Immediate Release

June 27, 2006 – The Chaotic Training Center (CTC) is currently taking applications and holding tryouts for a chance to become a future WWE Superstar. From now through Thursday, August 17th, applicants will be put through a preliminary tryout.

25-50 applicants will be chosen from those preliminary tryouts and will advance to an exclusive tryout with WWE Agents and Talent Relations Scouts on Saturday, August 19th at the Chaotic Training Center in North Andover, MA. The WWE tryouts are a culmination of a recent licensing agreement between the Chaotic Entertainment Group, LLC, home of Chaotic Wrestling, Chaotic Training Center and Killer Kowalski’s School of Professional Wrestling and WWE to help them to find future superstars for their hugely popular Sports Entertainment corporation.

The Chaotic Training Center is looking for athletic men and women who have no prior professional wrestling training to participate in the WWE tryout on August 19th. In order to be chosen for the tryout, applicants must be 18 years of age or older and submit an application to the Chaotic Training Center. Applications can be found at www.chaoticwrestling.com or www.chaotictc.com. Upon receipt of the application, Potential Superstars can schedule a preliminary tryout at the CTC – an administrative fee of $25 will be charged for each preliminary tryout.

In the weeks leading up to the WWE tryout, qualified applicants will receive FREE training at the Chaotic Training Center. On August 19th, WWE personnel will choose the most talented athletes to continue their training for free at the CTC or sign them to developmental contracts with the company.

Jamie Jamitkowski, Owner and President of the Chaotic Entertainment Group said, “It’s exciting to be part of WWE’s search for new Superstars. For four decades, Killer Kowalski’s name has been associated with Professional Wrestling Training, and the CTC is the largest Professional Wrestling Training Center in the Northeast. There is a real possibility that the next big WWE Superstar could come out of these tryouts.”

The Chaotic Training Center is located at 100 Belmont Street in North Andover. Established in 2001, it is the nation’s #1 school for wrestling and the largest center for Professional Wrestling Training in the Northeast where students receive hands on training and instruction in all aspects of the sports entertainment industry. Wrestling Legend Walter “Killer” Kowalski is the trainer emeritus at the center, and Head Trainer Mike Hollow has nearly 2 decades of wrestling experience.

The Chaotic Wrestling facility features 2 new professional wrestling rings, plus a wrestler’s lounge equipped with closed circuit television and a big screen TV for immediate viewing and review of training classes. For more information, go to www.chaoticwrestling.com and www.chaotictc.com.

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