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Reality television was a surreal experience for Matt “M-Dogg 20” Cross. He is charismatic, articulate and athletically gifted. He also was the most seasoned pro wrestler to participate in the Tough Enough competition for aspiring WWE stars earlier this year.
Barry Buchanan has every reason to feel bullish about his pro wrestling legacy.
Chris Kanyon beat long odds to achieve his childhood dream of pro wrestling stardom.
Steve Karel is finding new ways of pushing pro wrestling to the extreme. The behind-the-scenes general manager of Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW) during its 1990s heyday, Karel wants to re-create a cutting-edge vibe with his Urban Wrestling Federation (UWF). Karel hopes to merge the grappling and hip-hop worlds into a new hard-edged genre.
Chad “Gunner” Lail appeared in the biggest pay-per-view match of his pro-wrestling career. Doing so on the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks made the moment even more special.
Are you seeking a new pro-wrestling product that combines WWE-quality production values, the high-flying excitement of TNA Wrestling’s X Division and technically sound grappling a la Ring of Honor?
Jim Ross believes that good things can come in threes. Almost two years removed from his last full-time announcing gig, Ross recently returned as the signature voice of WWE’s Monday Night Raw telecasts.
His heyday as Brother Love has long passed, but Bruce Prichard still cherishes working in pro wrestling.
David “Fit” Finlay hated hearing excuses from the WWE pro wrestlers he trained. That helps explain why he isn’t making any for the actions that got him fired from the company.