• 02/26/2014 (12:11:53 pm)
  • Bob Mulrenin

Shimmer,WOHW,Dixie Carter,Aries,Chikara, Headbanger Mosh…


SHIMMER - WOMEN ATHLETES will be a part of the WWNLive Experience during WrestleMania weekend in New Orleans! SHIMMER 62 will take place on Saturday, April 5th, 2014 at the McAlister Auditorium (6823 St. Charles Avenue) on the campus of Tulane University in New Orleans, LA.

Visit to purchase SHIMMER 62 tickets.

Then, SHIMMER returns to the Berwyn Eagles Club (6309 26th Street) in Berwyn, IL on Saturday & Sunday, April 12th & 13th, 2014. Volumes 63-66 of the SHIMMER series will be filmed during the course of that weekend. Tickets are now on sale for both days of taping (featuring two full length shows each day).

Seating for the April 12th & 13th events is as follows:

First Row Reserved: SOLD OUT
Second Row Reserved: $40 per day
General Admission: $20 per day

Visit to see which Second Row Reserved seats are still up for grabs. You may request specific seats in PayPal's Notes field if you wish to do so.

Visit to purchase Berwyn tickets.

Be sure to join us live for SHIMMER 62-66 during the month of April!
World of Hurt Wrestling returns to the Whitehall Athletic Club Friday
February 28th at 7pm!

WOHW’s last show saw Bret “Hitman” Hart make his debut,  Danger turn
on long time partner Jeff Starr, and Shane Alden capturing the WOHW
title from Vince Beach!!

Friday February 28th is the 20 man Rumble Royale, with the winner
getting a shot at Shane Alden’s Championship!

Commissioner Michael Anthony has confirmed these matches:

Fatal 4 way (winner gets #20 and the loser gets #1 in the rumble)
Chuck Deep vs. Kyle Brad vs. Sgt. Fury vs. Hoss

WOHW championship match
Shane Alden vs. Vince Beach

Punisher Van Slyke vs. Bam Bam Badger

Jay Freddie makes his WOHW debut!

Plus many more exciting matches! !

Tickets are available now at the following locations:

62 Poultney St. Whitehall NY & Sawyers in Glens Falls!


Dixie Carter talks all things TNA


Thanks to Marc for this video of Austin Aries

Austin Aries begins a new journey, as a frontman, on the music stage.
Please have a listen and share. 

We're Packing up the Caravan and Heading for Illinois & Michigan!

CHIKARA is back at last! Our tour plans for June have been revealed, and the summer will see us visit Chicago and Detroit! In the Windy City, we play our favorite haunt, the Logan Square Auditorium, and when we get to the Motor City, we're playing the Majestic Theatre!

Tickets are already flying for these events, so if you want to secure your seat at our only visit to the midwest this year, don't wait! Grab your advance tickets to "Diamonds are Forever" (in Chicago) and "Goldfinger" (in Detroit) right here

Former WWE tag team champion Chaz "Headbanger Mosh" Warrington stepped IN THE ROOM with Brady Hicks and his crew last night to talk about his participation in a truly ground-breaking time in wrestling ... living life in the WWF at the height of the Attitude Era. Topics of discussion included joining the WWF despite only having 3-4 years in wrestling ... why The Headbangers connected so well with the fans ... going singles and WWE's current view of tag teams (versus years past) ... the recent success of contemporaries such as The Outlaws and Goldust, and if there is a ceiling for them ... today's WWE, including how Daniel Bryan and The Prime Time Players should be handled ... and thoughts on Jim Cornette, The Insane Clown Posse, and Tiger Ali Singh.

IN THE ROOM airs weekly Tuesday nights, 9 PM ET, on the VOC Nation Radio Network on and Call in live (855) VOC-RADIO.

On Always Saying Yes to Vince McMahon:
I had the attitude - and this is probably something I [now] may have done a little differently - [that] I'm here. If I do what they want me to do then I'm here. My initial thought was always to wrestle until I'm about 40 and then retire from being in the ring and be an agent. I always thought, "I'm here. Let me do what they ask me to do. Let me show I'm a company person and I'll do whatever's needed. Just go with the flow." Obviously from being there and seeing the way things happened, my opinion at this point, is [it was] not the way to go. I know a lot of guys went in and argued and said "No, I'm not doing that. I think it should be this way." And you know what? Their careers took off and they were there longer. Some of them are still there. And then there's other guys who did what I did and they're gone.

On If Tag Team Wrestling Can Become Strong Again:
The only way it is going to come back is if Vince [McMahon] wants it to come back ... The indies and everything follows what Vince does. If Vince wants tag team wrestling to be big again, it's going to be big. But, if you look at the track record of it, all of the tag teams that get pushed through Vince lately - and I'm not going back as far as Demolition, The Rockers, The Road Warriors, all of them - from my time being there, it was throw two guys together to get some kind of storyline over. Then you knew those guys were going to break up. When I was there, you had some solid tag teams ... but for the most part ... it was singles guys you put together to create some kind of other angle with it.

On Vince McMahon's Control:
Vince is a huge proponent of creating characters, creating the guys. He wants [everything] to be his idea, and my opinion is that if he didn't create it then he's not going to push it as much. He was trying to create his own thing. What we did, he wanted it to be controversial. The Flying Nuns would have been controversial. Controversy causes interest. That was an idea that Vince had and he tried running with it. Yeah, he got some controversy for it but it turned out to be a lot more negative than he expected, so, again, that got squashed also. But I didn't care about The Flying Nuns or Beaver Cleavage or walking on my hands backwards to the ring shaving my [butt]. I was just happy to be there.

On Beaver Cleavage's Potential
I honestly think if that would have been let to go ... that would have really gotten over. What happened was that started kicking off right when Owen had his accident, and then Sable had her sexual harrassment suit. So anything controversial like that was just cut off. So unfortunately because of some other things that were going on, that's why things got cut off. That's the story I was given ... [But] it was a fun character. People would have gotten into it. That was the whole thing back then. Everything back then was geared toward sex, and that's exactly where that was going. The whole gimmick was insinuating I was having sex with my mother. So ... you had The Godfather, you had Val Venis, you had Meat back then. It was right up that alley. So there was no doubt in my mind that it would have gotten over.




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