I’ve offered conjecture on Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVW) and its impact on the world of sports entertainment. And, the truth is there’s a current surge in the outfit after a little bit of a lull upon losing its contract with World Wrestling Entertainment.However, after the return of notable OVW...
Jim Cornette is a man that has made his presence known in the pro-wrestling world throughout his career, off camera being a mind that seems to understand the field and on-camera working perhaps as the ideal wrestling heel.For those of you unaware, Cornette is notable in the sports entertainment...
It’s no secret that the city of Louisville has a long and storied history with the ballet of professional wrestling. While Swan Lake might be ever present in so called, “classy” theater I prefer dance that concludes with some guy getting clobbered with a steel chair.
Wrestling super star Al Snow has expanded his interests by mixing local OVW wrestlers with local Burlesque crew Cirque Airotic. The result is Mondo Wrestling-A-Go-Go, a show being done at OVW's Davis Arena.
Perhaps one word can sum up the draw and appeal of professional wrestling – Spectacle, a word that brought Louisville native Bryan Douglas Roof to Ohio Valley Wrestling years ago and a word that brought me to OVW’s weekly show at the Davis Arena on Wednesday.
At the age of 8-years-old, local actor/talent Benjamin Wood knew he wanted to be a performer, and professional wrestling was his first passion.
For professional wrestlers and fans alike, their Superbowl is the annual Wrestlemania.
The names John Cena, Randy Orton, The Big Show, and Mark Henry might not be recognized by those that aren’t familiar with professional wrestling, but for the throngs of WWE fans across the country, they mean one thing: “Superstars.” That’s what WWE C.E.O Vince McMahon dubs his professional...
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