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hey who is thinking about going wrestling for a career. It is my dream to become a pro wrestler I have the passion most people lose when the WWE goes into a slump but mine is still burning it is the only thing i can see doing with myself.

 

I have just turned 15 im 6 foot 2 and 190lbs and still growing.

 

I live in hertfodshire is it true that jake the snake roberts has a school in St. Albans.

 

What is the best school in England.

 

Just a thought.

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Revolution British Wrestling's training centre is based in Enfield, Middlesex/London, we have many people coming from Hertfordshire to train with us. Our trainers are "Wildcat" Robbie Brookside, Johnny Kidd, "Misfit" Jorge Castano, Sammy Ray and assistants Mark Shaman and Ashe from the New Breed. If you would like anymore information please visit http://www.rbwtraining.co.uk or http://www.revolutionbritishwrestling.co.uk Edited by RBWHannah
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MPW

 

Theres the MPW school in Coventry at the Coventry AT7 centre, our trainers are current NWA-UK Junior Heavyweight Champion 'Majik' and former NWA Mid Counties Champion 'Psycho Steve'. The company and school are affiliated with NWA Hammerlock and a large number of our trainee's and workers have worked for Hammerlock, aswell SWA in scotland and recently, MPW worker Samurai won the YPW World Junior Heavyweight Championship in Japan! For more information you can go to http://www.fantasymanager.co.uk/mpw/index.html

we also have a forum on this site which is regularly visited by a number of our workers.

 

'MPW Queen Of The Ring' Fan Boy

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I love wrestling, i always wanted to wrestle for a living and a couple of months ago i really only got to training With GPW in wigan (Garage Pro Wrestling)

 

the teacher is Lee ''The Middle Man'' Butler

 

My Finisher is the Magnum driver (i call it the Nixanation)

 

and the haas of pain (i have perfected it)

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Just a quick note to all who want to make a career out of wrestling.

 

In Britain you have to be very, very good, in America you have to be Magnificent to even be looked at by WWE and they Darkmatch loads of wrestlers.

 

Please don't let that stop you working towards your goal, but be aware that it is a long and hard journey.

 

Saracen

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Mate another thing is don't put all your eggs in one basket. At the moment I'm studying in a Maths and Accounting degree while I'm doing wrestling training. To be honest My dream is to become a full time wrestler. Is this likely to happen who know's but if it doesn't I'll still have my Degree to fall back on. You may have a perfect plan which you believe will without a shadow of a doubt get you into the top leagues but things can happen between now and then that screw everything up. Up untill recently I thought I had everything in order then I go and Dislocate my shoulder which has stuck a pretty big thorn in my side for an injury that isn't all that serious. It's deffinately making me look at my life plan more and what would happen if something more serious hit.
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I love wrestling, i always wanted to wrestle for a living and a couple of months ago i really only got to training With GPW in wigan (Garage Pro Wrestling)

 

the teacher is Lee ''The Middle Man'' Butler

 

My Finisher is the Magnum driver (i call it the Nixanation)

 

and the haas of pain (i have perfected it)

 

hey wait a min....magnum driver that rings a bell...are u the guy that one of the trainers refers to as England (cause he wore an england shirt) but ur actually name is Dominic? Long time no see buddy...when u back training?

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Being a valet is a lot harder then people think. If your heel then you have to learn when to get involved and when not too. If your face its a bit easier but you have to remember that whilst your main role is to cheer your guy/girl on constant shouting kinda turns the crowd off. I tend to listen to what the crowd is chanting and join in/start the same chant a bit later in the match to try and keep them involved. Plus you have to know how to bump to the same standard that the wrestlers have to keep things looking realistic.

 

~Cherry, xxx

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Didn't finish^^

Keith has wrestled for 20 + years against Brookeside, Kilby, Pitbulls andloads more.

Also Dan de Soto, Rainz, Kris Travis, Bubblegum, and Jack Hazard also help out. Great place to train, great atmosphere.

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