In 2003, I began running my own website, World Wrestling Optimum, which consisted of news, articles, and interviews. This eBook contains interviews that I conducted for the website, along with an interview that I conducted in 2009 for the HULKAMANIA - Let the Battle Begin tour.
If you are serious about being a pro-wrestler, you need guidance and training from a reputable wrestling school. In this audiobook, you will be given the best schools to go to, categorized by what your specific goal is. Some want to work for a major promotion in the United States. Others want to work for a promotion outside of the United States. Others simply want to wrestle, bottom line. The schools in this book will direct you to the appropriate path.
WWE is the #1 company, with a loyal fan base behind it. Founded in 1952, it took WWE over 30 years to become a major success (and without true competition), yet Hulk Hogan and Eric Bischoff have been the target of critics due to their not making TNA #1 in 2 years' time. However, if one sets aside unrealistic expectations and examines what Hogan and Bischoff have done during their time in TNA, there are many positive achievements that can be seen.
TNA's ultimate goal was never to become the highest rated program on Spike - its goal is to become the number one pro-wrestling company in the industry. The key to attaining that goal is having competitive ratings, and no matter what the quality is of the TNA product, that will never happen as long as TNA calls Spike their home.
When someone brings up the topic of Japanese wrestling, promotions such as Big Japan Pro Wrestling, Dragon Gate, New Japan Pro Wrestling, All Japan Pro Wrestling, Pro Wrestling ZERO1, and Pro Wrestling NOAH quickly come to mind. However, underneath the layer of promotions that distribute DVDs worldwide and present shows in large venues, are promotions on the Japanese wrestling scene that are of a much a smaller size. In this mini audiobook, we will take a look at those promotions.