wrestling

AXS TV continues to make strides as the next big player in the pro wrestling world. Already home to New Japan Pro Wrestling and many MMA events, an announcement was made June 18 that “WOW-Women Of Wrestling” is coming soon to its lineup.

Los Angeles Lakers owner Jeanie Buss, Mark Burnett, President of MGM Television and Digital Group and David McLane, the impresario behind the ’80s hit TV series GLOW (Gorgeous Ladies Of Wrestling) have chosen AXS TV.

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There is no argument that Chris Jericho is a bona fide star. In fact, he has probably become a household name at this point. Jericho has been on top of the professional wrestling world for years and now his band Fozzy is making a legitimate run as a major player in the rock world.

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Hurricane Pro Wrestling returns to the Beaumont Civic Center on Saturday, June 17, at 7 p.m. Headlining the show will be Hurricane Pro’s longest reigning heavyweight champion, “Sexy” Steve DeMarco, against one of the biggest and baddest indy wrestlers in the sport, “Ruthless” Ryan Davidson.

Hambone and “Bulldog” Justin Walker are the current HPW tag team champions and face challengers Avarice and Germany’s own Heinz Emmerich for the titles.

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Pro wrestling fans are in a frenzy as two events will be held in the area beginning with Hurricane Pro Wrestling returning to the Beaumont Civic Center on Saturday, Jan. 7 with doors opening at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $10 or a family four-pack for $30 and can be purchased online at hurricanepro.info or at the door.

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Hurricane Pro Wrestling Champion Danny Ramos

Local independent wrestling organization Hurricane Pro Wrestling returns to the Beaumont Civic Center on Saturday, June 25. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Titled “Evolved,” Hurricane Pro will have five matches headlined by HPW champion Danny Ramons defending the title against Ashton Jacobs. Other matches scheduled to take place are Jordan Jensen vs. Avarice, AJ Rush vs. Kason Cruz, Bulldog & Hambone vs.

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