November 7, 2011 - 9:00am
Nick Dinsmore has been a local staple in the world of professional wrestling now for years, however he's certainly seen his share of national success as well.
Jeffersonville, Indiana has produced its share of success stories, but few of them revolve around a grown man jumping around a ring in trunks.None the less, that is the story of local sports icon Nick Dinsmore, today Dinsmore is known as an area pro-wrestling superstar acting as a major player in...
November 1, 2011 - 9:23am
Mark Sciarra has become a legend in the world of professional wrestling but wrestling fans might know him by another name.
For nearly forty years Mark Sciarra has been a facet in the world of professional wrestling. His athleticism in and out of the ring through those years is hard to deny and for that reason he’s the focus of today’s Sports legend of the Ville segment.Wrestling most famously under the ring...
October 27, 2011 - 9:00am
Since moving into Davis Arena the OVW has established it as an important part of professional wrestling.
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...
September 6, 2011 - 9:15am
Looking at some of the sports figures to come out of Louisville one is continually reminded of Louisville's close relationship with the world of professional wrestling, and one of the most notable pro-wrestling "talkers" is a major reason.
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...
July 15, 2011 - 9:00am
A good old fashioned Smackdown is coming to the 'Ville'
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.