WildKat Sports & Entertainment would like to formally announce that our September 21st event, “Quest for the Best”, will be our final event as a member territory of the National Wrestling Alliance. We would like to thank the NWA for their last 10 months of partnership; however, it is now time for us to forge our own path.
On September 22nd, the NWA WildKat promotion will officially drop the ‘NWA’ letters and will be known moving forward as ‘WildKat Pro Wrestling’. By any name, we shall continue to provide the high-quality action that fans of WildKat Sports & Entertainment have come to expect. The future is looking bright and we’ll see you on the 21st, as we crown our inaugural Heavyweight Champion!
Former World Heavyweight Champion Vader will return to the ring to face Tiger Shark for the Real Japan Pro Wrestling promotion next Friday. Vader is 56.
The official Facebook page of the Orlando, Florida based independent wrestling promotion Pro Wrestling Xtreme announced Thursday that due to personal issues, they had no choice but to remove Balls Mahoney from upcoming events and strip him of the title he has been defending for close to a year.
A moderator of the page then wrote Saturday, “Has anyone found Balls Mahoney’s last tooth yet? Rumor has it he put it under his pillow in the tent he’s been sleeping in for the tooth fairy to drop off a dollar so he could get some Crystal Meth..”
Another page moderator added that while Mahoney had never pulled a no-show, they had too many issues with the former ECW star to continue working with him.
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Tough Enough contestant Martin Casaus, who was forced by injury to withdraw from the competition near its conclusion, was spotted buying a ticket to last night’s Raw live event at the Maverik Center in West Valley City, Utah. Furthermore, an independent wrestling promotion he co-owns, UCW-Zero, was handing out fliers promoting upcoming events, including his return match from the ankle injury he suffered while competing on Tough Enough.