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Pro Wrestling Has A Scott Boras-Like Super-Agent, And His Client List Is Mind Blowing


PWTorch Livecast Wednesday (07-27-16): Pat McNeill interviews wrestling agent Bill Behrens, plus live calls on Behrens’s numerous clients! (67 min)








One of pro wrestling's all time greatest pitchmen and the force Bill Behrens joins today's Two Man Power Trip of Wrestling. Covering topics like how WWE NXT signs in coming talent through all of the inner workings of the promotions he has worked for (WWE, WCW, TNA to name a few).  Behrens gives John and Chad an in depth look at how someone who came from a television background managed to penetrate a business needing someone with his unique skill set. We also learn about how exactly he became "Pro Wrestling's Super Agent"and representative to stars like AJ Styles, Samoa Joe and James Storm.


Interview with William Hatfield from TWH


Midnight Black Mass – History of Wildside with guest Bill Behrens

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Bill Behrens Inadvertently wins a Battle Royal


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Classic NWA Wildside Episodes are now being posted at


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NWA Wildside featured stars like Current TNA Heavyweight Champion, "The Phenomenal" AJ Styles (TNA/WCW), Ron Killings (WWE/TNA), Abyss (Justice) (TNA), Jimmy Rave (TNA), Amazing Red (TNA), Tony Mamaluke (WWE/WCW/TNA), Air Paris (WCW), Hotstuff Hernandez (TNA), David Young (TNA), Kenn Phoenix (Kenn Doane/Dykstra) (WWE), Luke Hawx (Altar Boy Luke) (WSX), Matt Sydal (Evan Bourne) (WWE), Delirious (ROH), Mike Posey (WWE/TNA), “The Original Gangsta” New Jack (ECW/TNA) and many more. NWA Wildside served a development promotion for WCW and featured stars like The Beast (Bob Sapp), David Flair, Tank Abbott, Shannon Moore, Shane Helms, Mark Jindrak, Sean O'Haire, Elix Skipper, Jimmy Yang and many more. Wrestling legends like Dusty Rhodes, Dory Funk, Jr., Terry Taylor, Larry Zbsyzko, James E Cornette, The Rock & Roll Express (Ricky & Robert), Abdullah The Butcher, and many more all appeared on NWA Wildside TV.


The NWA Wildside announce team featured Dan "The Dragon" Wilson, Steven Prazak, Scott Hudson, Steve Martin, Bill Behrens, Al Getz, Chris Cruise & others.


Classic NWA Wildside DVD’s are now available at . Relive the excitement of one of the most talked about independent promotions in professional wrestling, NWA Wildside!


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Anarchy Wrestling returns on July 8th! The Lynch Mob team with Cyrus The Destroyer to face all 3 members of Team TAG (Kevin Blue, Billy Buck and Chris Spectra), "The People's Captain" Gunner Miller w Jeff G Bailey takes on Jeremy Foster, Gladiator Jeremiah faces Torque, former Anarchy Champion "The Feature Presentation" Jeff Lewis makes his long awaited return to take on Tommy Penirelli. Plus Anarchy Triple Crown Champion Jacob Ashworth, Landmark Heritage Champion "The Nightmare" and new Anarchy Tag Team Champions The Approved, The Hate Junkies and more in action! Jeff G Bailey earned WHAT as a result of winning War Games? Don't miss the aftermath of the critically acclaimed Hostile Environment. Saturday, July 8th at The Landmark Arena.








Southern Fried Fans upcoming events:

July 15 Nowell Monroe our much anticipated FLIPFLOPAPALOOZA show complete with a swimsuit competition. This show is sure to set wrestling back 20 years haha

 August 19th Monroe

 And our annual Crossroads show for September date tbd

 And anyone wanting a show in your town find is a venue and we will be there to get your town Southern Fried.


SFCW is taking a shot at running on a weeknight. Owner Charles Anschutz announced the company's first Thursday night event for July 13 in Monroe at Nowell Rec Center. Every spot on the card has been filled.


SFEW returns  two nights later on July 15 with their fan appreciation event dubbed Flipflopapoolza.


Martin Stone vs. Corey Hollis has been announced for Crossroads 17, SFCW's next super show on September 23. SFCW is hoping to get Felker Gym in Monroe for that date.


Former NWA Atlanta announcer Adam Vance is joining SFCW to handle video production and play by play for future video releases.






Deep Southern Championship Wrestling was created in March of?  2010 and started running shows once a month in Ellijay, Ga. We started out in a place known as Gilmer Golf and games. Our first show drew a crowd of 35 or 40 people. DSCW didn’t get discouraged though we kept giving good quality matches at a fair price and got our crowds up to 150 or more. We had to move to gyms and civic centers to support our fan base, drawing close to 600 on some of our big shows Taking the Bump: A story of semi-pro wrestling


Big Wood (Greg Hullender) was named BEST PROMOTER in the 2013 Georgia Wrestling History Awards


For more information check out 


APW ROYSTON, GA!/pages/Alternative-Pro-Wrestling/300432721579




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APW has live events each Friday at the Cherry Street Gym in Royston, GA 8PM Belltime. 305 Cherry Street, Roys


Alternative Pro Wrestling was in Royston, GA on June 30.  Results:  Don E defeated Von Hess.  Grady Hughes defeated Sam Kooper.  Ehrin Black defeated Charlie Anarchy.  Damien Sick defeated Carl Hagar.  James Boulevard & Xander Ramon defeated Dynamic Dexter & Stevie Ray Frost.  Demarko Knight defeated Hoss Michaels by count out to retain the APW North Georiga championship.  Stryknyn & Carnage defeated Oz Knight & Damon Rashad.  After the match, Brandon Parker & Jeremy Vain attacked Stryknyn.




We're there every First and Third Saturday of the month!

2001 Main Street
Porterdale, Georgia 30070
(20 East, Go right off of Exit 88, 3.5 miles go left at the four-way stop, building is on the left side of the street)





Platinum Championship Wrestling Report from Portedale on July 1

From Larry Goodman:


Platinum Championship Wrestling ran what was supposed to be the go-home show for their annual 4th of July outdoor spectacular in conjunction with the city of Porterdale’s Independence Day celebration.


However, the city pulled a switcheroo and moved the celebration to last night. PCW had to roll with the punches and roll they did with two solid hardcore matches, intriguing storyline developments and pretty decent wrestling overall.


Last night’s show was moved outdoors to coincide with the celebration. PCW will run outdoors on the 4th as scheduled with two cage matches on top of the card. There will be no War Games this year because it would have been unnatural in the context of current storyline directions.


Paid attendance was around 60 with a total attendance of 200 at the start of the show. The crowd swelled as the time for the fireworks display drew near.


Rico Rodriguez issued an impromptu challenge that was answered by Tyson Dean.


(1)Tyson Dean defeated Stunt Marshall (with Rico Rodriguez) in 4:30. A tune up match for Dean, who challenges Gunner Miller for the PCW title on July 4. Rodriguez interjected himself into the match early and often to keep Dean at bay. Marshall capitalized on the distraction. Marshall had to pump the brakes to avoid a collision with Rodriguez. Seems like I’ve been seeing that spot on every show lately. Dean then hit the spinning neckbreaker to pick up the win. Short but good. Dean came across as a formidable opponent for Miller.


Matchmaker Matt Hankins officially kicked off the show with the announcement that fireworks or no, PCW would be wrestling in the streets of Porterdale on July 4 with Miller vs. Dean and two cage matches.


(2) Cb Suave defeated Sean Sims in 5:56. There’s nothing remotely babyface about Sims’ look. Sims made Suave pay for cheating on break. Suave kicked Sims’ knee to take big man off his feet and kept him on the canvas. Sims was selling like a dead fish. Suave missed kneedrops with both knees and came up hobbling to set up Sims’ comeback. Suave escaped from a fallaway slam, nailed Sims with a jumping knee strike and finished him off with a jumping DDT. A forgettable match. Suave did what he could with Sims.


Suave called out his partner, Platinum States Champion Gil Quest to inform him they weren’t booked on the July 4 show. Quest said maybe this was the best time to call out Brian Kane or Iceberg and he got….nobody.


(3) Fry Daddy defeated Joey Sparkz in 11:25. Sparkz showed heelish tendencies – sliding out of the ring to stretch, going to the ropes to force a break – but wrestled a squeaky clean match. They opened with chain wrestling and it was good stuff. Fry escaped a slingshot suplex and kicked Sparkz in the knee to ground him. Fry worked the knee. A missed Stinger splash gave Sparkz daylight. Sparkz’ offense was shockingly good, including an exploder suplex, a butterfly suplex and a crossed leg neckbreaker across the knee. A battle on the ropes ensued. Fry hit a missile dropkick and made the full-fledged comeback building to the jumping elbow drop. Sparkz kicked out and went for a cutter. Fry slipped away and hit the Cutline. The quality of the wrestling was a pleasant surprise. Doing a technically-oriented match was a nice contrast on a show with a hardcore bent. This was Fry’s second appearance here. PCW is missing the boat if they don’t push him.


Sparkz raised Fry’s hand. Crowd applauded in appreciation.


(4) Hooligans (Devin & Mason Cutter with Uncle Leo) defeated Hatetriots (Eli Thompson & Jason Hampton) and Brandon Kage & Crash Jaxon and Youngbloodz (Spooney Mack & Octavius Black) in 10:42. The babyfaces (Hooligans and Youngbloodz) cleared the ring early on. In a pot-calling-kettle-black moment, Devin said he wanted the funny looking guy (Kage). Devin busted out the tomahawk chops. Hooligans double team work was stellar as usual. Their timing is so spot on. Youngbloodz also looked good. Mack’s aerial work was really crisp. Best I’ve seen from him. Black’s house cleaning with the hot tag was strong. Match broke down with each of the teams hitting big combo moves leading to  pin attempts and saves. Hooligans finally hit a stunner/bulldog off the ropes combo on Kage and he was pinned by Mason. I liked this match a lot. Everyone got a chance to shine. It gelled really well for a match with so many moving parts.


(5) Brian Blaze defeated Johnny Danger (with Quasi Mandisco) in a Last Man Standing Match at 12:39 in the final match of Danger’s career. Blaze gave Geter one last chance to take Danger’s spot because he didn’t want to cripple a guy that was already crippled. Danger came out to a huge pop, carting a trash can of plunder and with his father at his side. Danger gave Blaze the El Kabong with a cookie sheet to jump start the match. Blaze immediately kicked Danger in his bad knee. Danger was in instant agony. Danger wacked Blaze with a kendo stick. Blaze used the kendo stick on Danger’s knee and locked in a short knee scissors around the stick. Danger blasted Blaze with a trash can lid. Danger applied kitchen tongs to Blaze’s private parts. Referee Darryl Hall could not keep a straight face. Danger put Blaze inside the trash can and dropped an elbow on it from the apron. Back inside, Blaze was about to Pillmanize Danger’s knee when Danger blinded him with the blue mist. Danger gave Blaze a DDT onto the chair. Blaze was up at the count of 7. Danger dumped a bag of tacks onto the canvas and superkicked Blaze into the tacks. No real damage done because Blaze was wearing a shirt. Blaze powerbombed Danger into the tacks. Danger’s back looked like pin cushion. Danger was up at 8….and went right back down after Blaze nailed him with a chair shot that was about as safe as a chair shot the head can be. Danger barely beat the count. Blaze hit The Burn onto a chair with tacks on top of it. Danger got one arm on the ropes but he was done. Danger went out in fine hardcore form in this gritty, ugly, brutal match.


Blaze wasn’t done. He attacked Danger with the chair until Geter made the save. Blaze wanted to fight Geter on the spot. Crowd was urging Geter on but he refused to lay a hand on his former partner. It is going to be a big match when it happens.


Danger’s father, wife and child came into the ring to console him on the end of his career as the crowd chanted “thank you, Johnny”. Danger has knee surgery coming up.


The intermission was kept short as the weather looked threatening.


Nina Monet said nobody was there to face her but she would have an opponent on July 4 in the form of Brooklynn Creed.


Dominic Stuckey came to the ring. He said Quest had a problem calling out people that weren’t there and challenged him to a match. Quest said he was going to teach the kid respect. Leading to…


(6) Gil Quest defeated Dominic Stuckey at 9:47 to retain the Platinum States Championship in a respect match. Quest set two chairs up in the ring. They slapped each other silly until Quest had enough and kicked Stuckey. Quest trapped Stuckey under his chair and pounded his face. Stuckey gave Quest a hangman neckbreaker. Quest begged off. Stuckey applied a crossface but Quest refused to say the words. A slugfest ensued. The action spilled to the outside where Stuckey accidentally knocked Quest’s girlfriend out of her chair, injuring her ankle. Quest blew off the match and helped his girlfriend to the back. Stuckey said it was his fault. “I respect you. This match is over.”


Quest returned. He heard what Stuckey said and he respected him for it. “I know you love this and have heart, and I respect that.” Quest offered to shake hands. Stuckey accepted. I kept waiting for Quest to sucker punch Stuckey but it never happened.


This was a pretty awesome Plan B (due to Iceberg’s medical condition). The spot with Quest’s girlfriend looked realistic. I surely didn’t see a Quest turn in the cards or that it would work this well. Stuckey is very green but it is impossible not to like him so if Quest respects him, he can’t be all bad.


Jonathan Malik said Geter would have to deal with “your rogue enigmatic champion ERC (Eric Jones)” in a steel cage on July 4.


(7) Bill the Butcher defeated Brad Cash in a no DQ match at 9:09. Big pop for Butcher. Cash had a staple gun, a razor wire bat and bag of assorted hardcore goodies. The action quickly moved to the brick wall of the building. Butcher’s head hit the wall with a sick thud. Cash was bleeding hardway from the forehead. Butcher used his chain to block Cash’s bat shot. Cash got the chain and wrapped it around Butcher’s throat. Butcher grabbed a bottle of Stoli off the bar and spit vodka into Cash’s face, then hit him with the bottle. Cash stapled Butcher’s groin. Butcher stuck a gusset plate into Cash’s arm. A stream of blood flowed down Cash’s arm. Cash torched his elbow pad and delivered a flaming lariat. Butcher didn’t sell it. Cash scored a series of near falls with wrestling moves. Cash kicked the razor wire bat into Butcher’s chest but could not keep his shoulders on the mat. Carpenter’s minions jumped Butcher. Carpenter entered the ring with his baseball bat. Instead of doing a number on Butcher, Carpenter used the bat to clear all of his minions out of the ring. Butcher then kicked Cash in the face and pinned him. If hardcore is your cup of tea, PCW went two for two on this show.


Carpenter explained that everyone has a brother or sister they don’t get along with. They might fight like cats and dogs but they are kin in the end. Carpenter said Butcher beat him within an inch of his life but they were still family. He would have Butcher’s back when Butcher went for the number one contendership on July 4 (in the cage vs. Tank). They shook hands. Me thinks me smells a rat. We shall see on the 4th of July.




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ProSouth Wrestling

627 Southern Avenue

Piedmont, AL 36272

Tickets are $6 and free for children under 5. Doors open at 6:00 and bell time is at 7:00. For more information, call (256) 447-3825.


Current Champions

ProSouth Champion: Donnie Primetime

All-Out Champion: Cabana Man Dan

Tag Team Champions:  The Greenhorn Militia (Shean Christopher & B-What)



ProSouth Wrestling was in Piedmont, AL on June 30.  Results:  O'Shay Edwards defeated Tyler Gage and Ayden Andrews in a three-way match to win the Twin States Heavyweight Championship.  The DMs of Swagger (Jon Averson & Deon Murphy)(w/Cameron Action) defeated Kevin Ryan & Kelvin Holmes.  The Greenhorn Militia (Shean Christopher & B-What) defeated the Left Hand Path (Eric Silva & Alister Crowe)(w/Mathias Darkthorne) in a falls count anywhere match to retain the ProSouth Tag Team Championships.  Cabana Man Dan defeated Kyle Matthews to retain the ProSouth All-Out championship.  The Trickster (w/Britt Jackson & James Hardy) defeated Dameon Ceretone in a Family or Fire match.  Dameon Ceretone must now join The Family.  Ace Haven was the guest referee.  Big Tomb defeated Cameron Action (w/Jon Averson & Deon Murphy) to retain the ProSouth Heavyweight Championship.  Big Tomb defeated O'Shay Edwards to unify the ProSouth & Twin States Heavyweight Championships to become the first ProSouth Unified champion.  Donnie Primetime defeated Big Tomb to win the ProSouth Unified Championship after cashing in his Gold Rush title shot.



The famous line in Field of Dreams is "If you build it, they will come." Wayne's World 2 is the comical depiction of 2 dreamers setting up their dream concert and worrying that no one would show up but then having Aerosmith and other bands come through to help them create magic.


 In 2015, after years of "fantasy booking", myself and Josh Massey made calls, cashed in favors, and formed partnerships to create a 2 night professional wrestling tournament we called the Scenic City Invitational. Drew Mullinax & Susan Bailey-Mullinax & their crew with Empire Wrestling( Lucas Ryan Caylor Daniel Wilson etc) got on board and helped make that first year happen. Wil Force created some great looking graphics for us. Allan Barrie & Matt Griffin filmed/edited the action, making it available for the world to see and some fans that we now know as The Hales Clan ( Dylan Hales Michael Hales Devon Motivator Hales Stephen Dustin Hales ) began to hype the talent and the passion to the rest of the world as we featured many rising stars from wrestling that all went to the ring and gave it all they had.


 2016 came and we were presented with the opportunity to take the tournament in a new direction. Kody Wynne came on board to create some amazing graphics. We added Allan Barrie and Daniel Wilson to the creative team, created partnerships with Brad Stutts & Emil Jay and strengthened our relationship with Dylan & Papa Hales. Our goal was to create something bigger than ourselves, bigger than local pro wrestling, and bigger than "just" wrestling and with a partnership with East Hamilton Middle High School, we were able to do just that. It was a huge upgrade in venue and the location was more convenient for out of towners to make a weekend trip out of it. Papa Hales pulled strings with City Cafe and the hotel there to accommodate the fans and the wrestlers, creating some special opportunities for networking and podcasts. We raised thousands of dollars for the school and presented two nights of exciting wrestling action, once again featuring top independent wrestlers but now being an event that people from all over the United States and Canada had travelled to.


 It's now year 3. We've expanded to add the Scenic City Rumble that we had in March; we have the Scenic City Trios coming up in November; and we are 10 weeks away from our 3rd tournament. Tickets went on sale today and we're blown away by the response: people coming from more countries, more states, wanting to donate money, be sponsors, and make every effort to come and support what we are doing. This year's effort has included Dylan & Papa Hales more and we're always expanding our team, including a great partnership with Georgia Premier Wrestling ( Bob Riley & M Mark Riley)


 A huge thank you to everyone that partners with us to make these events so special. Thank you to the wrestlers for giving their time, efforts, and bodies. Thank you to everyone behind the scenes that has helped us out. Finally, thank you to the hundreds of fans that help us make these events so special!


 August 4th and 5th East Hamilton High School! for more info


 Email for tickets!


Darby Allin is the final entrant in the 16 man field for the 3rd annual Scenic City Invitational, set for August 4 and 5 at East Hamilton High School just outside Chattanooga in Ooltewah, TN.


Allin joins a field that includes Matt Riddle, 2016 SCI winner Gunner Miller, GWC Champion Martin Stone, Jason Cade, Jason Kincaid, Anthony Henry, Joey Lynch, Matt Fortune, former Georgia Wrestler of the Year Shane Marx, Tank (wrestling the final match or matches of his career), Curt Stallion, Torque (Georgia's Most Improved Wrestler for 2016), Joey Janela, Arik Royal and Gary Jay.





Episode of Rev. Dan Wilson's Midnight Black Mass podcast (Vol 5 E02) with ROH, XPW, CZW, Extreme Rising, MCW, Wildside star, Wildkat Pro owner, star and stuntman of TV and film "The Southern Stomper" Luke Hawx available now:









Q.t. Marshall is offering a training camp at his new One Fall Power Factory school in Buford on June 16 and 17. Ring of Honor's Delirious will be the featured trainer with Marshall,  "Glacier" Ray Lloyd, Monster Factory Owner Danny Cage and Monster Factory/ROH star Punishment Martinez on the coaching staff.  


All experienced wrestlers (1 yr minimum) will have a match in full character/gimmick and a 30 second promo critiqued by the coaching staff.




Current WWE Superstar along with Former WWE Producer / NXT coach to open New Pro Wrestling School

From WrestleMerica:


 Current WWE Superstar Luke Gallows is teaming with Former WWE Star, Agent and NXT Coach Joey Mercury to bring first class Professional Wrestling training to Middle Georgia. The “Bullet Proof Dojo” will officially open their doors later this year


Joey Mercury is a former 3x WWE Tag Team Champion, NXT Coach, Writer, WWE TV Producer & Road Agent. Joey is uniquely talented with a resume unlike any other. Joey has spent the past 20+ years learning every facet of the Sports Entertainment Industry at its highest level. Joey is credited with being instrumental in the success of dozens of current top WWE superstars.


Bullet Proof Dojo is the brainchild of Luke Gallows as he wishes to pass on the knowledge he has gained over the years working across the world of professional wrestling. Joey Mercury will be the head trainer. The school is located in Jenkinsburg Ga, approx. 50 miles south of Atlanta and approx. 45 miles north of Macon Ga.


2016 Georgia Wrestling History Awards Winners


Stephen Platinum and Larry Goodman hosted the announcement of the 2016 Georgia Wrestling Awards, as voted by the Georgia wrestling community, and interviewed each and every award winner except Bill Behrens because it was past his bedtime.


2016 Georgia Wrestling Award Winners

From Brian Slack:


Here is the list of 2016 Georgia Wrestling award winners and runner ups.


Overall Wrestler Award:  Chip Day wins the award for the first time, edging out 2015 winner and fellow Hierarchy Jimmy Rave. 


Best Technician Award:  Kyle Matthews once again wins the award, making it seven times.  Gladiator Jeremiah aka Slim J was a very close runner-up.


Best Male Performer Award:  Sal Rinauro became the first back to back winner of the award since 2012.  Kevin Blue was runner-up.


Best Female Performer Award:  Kiera Hogan wins this award after edging out the first runner-up and the 2015 winner Dementia D'Rose.


Ted Allen Legends Award for Mentorship Contributions:  There was no winner of this award due to no one getting 50% of the vote.  The top vote getter was Woody Hullender followed by Rick Michaels.


Best Tag Team or Stable Award:  Backbone (Drew Adler, "Marvelous" Michael Stevens, "Encore" Zac Edwards, Leon McMichaels & Shane Curtis) became the first stable to win this award.  Runner ups were Backbone members, The Beautiful Bald Besties (Michael Stevens & Zac Edwards), The Hierarchy (Jimmy Rave, Murder One, Iceberg, Chip Day, Adrian Armour, Kimber Lee & Tessa Blanchard) and The Lynch Mob (Joey Lynch & Matt Lynch). 


Most Improved Wrestler Award:  Torque won this award.  Odinson was the runner-up.


Best Manager or Valet Award:  Jeff G. Bailey and Bill Behrens are the co-winners of the award.  This is Bailey's seventh time winning the award.  Logan Chase III was the runner-up.


Best Promoter Award:  Peachstate Wrestling Alliance's Shane Noles wins this award.  Woody Hullender & Darrell Morris from Deep Southern Championship Wrestling & Georgia Premier Wrestling are the runner ups. for the second time.


Best Booker Award:  Rick Michaels from Peachstate Wrestling Alliance is a back to back winner of this award.  Platinum Championship Wrestling's Matt Hankins was the runner-up. 


Best Promotion Award:  Peachstate Wrestling Alliance repeated as the winners.  Georgia Premier Wrestling was the runner-up.


Best Live Event Award:  While technically in Tennessee, the 2016 Scenic City Invitational ended up winning this award.  Georgia Premier Wrestling's No Limits, which was AJ Styles' final indy event, was the runner-up.


Best Announcer Award:  Jonathan Feltner won this award for the third year in a row.  Great way to go out as Jonathan takes some time off from professional wrestling.  Brittany McWhorter was the runner-up.


Best Referee Award:  Triston Michaels, last year's runner-up, became this year's winner.  Daryl Hall was the runner up