Indy News Update #1 for August 21, 2011
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Ryan Katz sent this in:
Rob Black To make His First Wrestling Appearance In Eight Years!
Fight Night On The Strip at the world famous Key Club on the legendary
Sunset Strip in West Hollywood, this Tuesday!
Promotion and hype has been active and prevalent in the Los Angeles area for
The Pit’s Hollywood invasion as they present an alternative pro wrestling
variety show this Tuesday, August 23rd on the Sunset Strip.
With just days until the big event, video has been released of Rob Black
saying that he is going to “get the band back together” this Tuesday.
For those that do not know, Black was the creator of XPW, the largest
independent wrestling company in the country from 200-2003. After a run in
with the Feds over charges against Black’s parent adult production company,
XPW went out of business, and Black served time in a Federal penitentiary.
Fight Night On The Strip is the brainchild of former XPW employee/worker GQ
Money, as he intends to offer entertainment of all kinds in order to draw an
audience to what he considers a freshly presented approach to wrestling.
Having been involved in WSX on MTV as well, GQ is no stranger to trying
alternative forms of wrestling entertainment.
“Anyone can put matches on paper, put a ring in a cheap venue, and call
themselves a promoter of a wrestling show. I want to do something different.
I want glitz, I want glamour and I want a wrestling product that matches
where I’m based out of… Hollywood!”
When asked about the Rob black video, GQ had this to say, “I don’t know what
Rob has in mind, and we have discussed XPW in the past. Unfortunately, it’s
not his company anymore, so I’m not really sure what he’s talking about. If
he wants to put the band back together, there will be a nice spot on the
guest list entitled, XPW +4. I’ll even give him a mic.”
(To here what GQ Money has to say about Fight Night On The Strip:
(To view a music montage history of The Pit
Fight Night On The Strip
Live music with rock band Tyranny and reggae band Phoenix Down.
An “open talent” challenge between pro wrestler JJ $teele and actor/comedian
Andre Boyer (The Comedy Store, Everyone Hates Chris, Venice Boulevard)
USA Network’s Tough Enough contestant Eric Watts will be in the Championship
match accompanied to the ring by comedian/rapper Stu Stone to take on Mario
Banks and The Hobo!
“A match of international significance” as New Japan Pro Wrestling wrestler
Rocky “Azucar” Romero teams with Luchador Blood Eagle, to take on Southern
California rising star Ray Rosas, and his tag-team partner, Mexican
wrestling sensation Laberinto.
This match will be proceeded by a spectacular Chinese Dragon Dance complete
“Battle of the Big Boys” over 1200 pounds will be in the ring as “Buff” Big
E. Biggz takes on Pinky, Mikey Callahan and Brawlin Bo Cooper, whom will be
accompanied to the ring by star of “The Crazies,” voice of “The monster
Garage” and host of Speed Channel’s “Pass Time.”
All this and more in a pro wrestling variety show and entertainment
extravaganza never before seen on The Sunset Strip!
Fight Night on the Strip!!!!
West Hollywood, CA
9039 Sunset Blvd
Javier Gonzalez sent this in:
WWC Puerto Rico: Black Pain, Gilbert, Sensacional Carlitos and more
Gilbert vs Mad Man Manson for the WWC Puerto Rico Championship in a No DQ
Sensacional Carlitos vs Chicky Starr
Black Pain vs Mr. Big in a Chained Match