*Courtesy Of The Shining Wizards Podcast*
Check out the latest episode from our friends at The Shining Wizards Podcast, which features “Rock God” Ronnie Burton (Capital Wrestling), PCO (Pierre Carl Ouellet – former WWF Tag Team Champion) and Nikolai Volkoff (WWE Hall of Fame).
Topics discussed include WWE NXT, Impact Wrestling, WrestleMania 34, Joey Janela’s Spring Break 2, Volkoff’s comic book series that describes his life and more!
*The Following Is A Press Release From Powerbomb.TV*
PCW UK presents Road to Glory 2018
Featuring WWE Superstar Apollo Crews!
Streaming Live on Powerbomb.TV
… yes, the entire event!
Saturday February 10th starting at 1PM UTC / 8AM EST
NXT Star Oney Lorcan will make his return to Beyond Wrestling for their New Years Eve event in Massachusetts. Oney will be there signing autographs and making an appearance to the live audience.
Fans Bring the Weapons
Joey Janela (w/ Penelope Ford) vs David Starr
When the ball drops, the bell rings for the first pro wrestling match of 2018!
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By Nicholas Jason Lopez
May 15, 1999 was a historical day for independent wrestling as the former ECW Arena hosted an event called “Break The Barrier.”
BTB I was put together by Al Isaacs, Remy Arteaga and Barbi Bistrowitz of “Scoopswrestling.com,” as a way to showcase the best independent wrestlers as the card represented 12 different promotions.
Talent like “Lightning” Mike Quackenbush, Lou Marconi, Joey Matthews, Christian York and Nick Gage appeared and made names for themselves.
History repeated itself this year on Jun. 11 in Old Forge, PA., as Powerbomb.TV – a streaming service that provides 267 hours of content from 41 promotions as of press time – hosted “Break The Barrier 2017” in a similar supercard that included the likes of Colt Cabana, John Silver, Dasher Hatfield, Ophidian and Desean Pratt.
With Bryce Remsburg back and forth between commentary, pre-show duties and officiating, the broadcast had a CHIKARA-esque feel with a logical edginess.
Without much further ado, we’ll assess just how “Broken” this “Barrier” was nowadays.