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-- Mark Canterbury had very slight improvement over the weekend. He is said to be doing as well as can be expected at this time, due to his injuries, and right now the priority is keeping him comfortable to allow his punctured lungs to heal.
-- The Urban Wrestling Federation sent out the following today…
URBAN WRESTLING FEDERATION SIGNS "THE PRINCE OF NEW YORK," DJ SELF TO JOIN UWF AS THE NEWEST HOOD SHOT CALLER TO LEAD HIS CREW OF THUGS FOR A PIECE OF THE STREET
New York's premiere DJ now adds UWF to his list of 'creds' which includes 'Power 105FM,' Sirius & XM Satellite Radio's Shade 45 and his own label
NOV 14th – NEW YORK – The newest music icon to be added to the Urban Wrestling Federation's growing list of talent is "The Prince of New York," DJ Self, was announced today. The Urban Wrestling Federation took over the hip-hop and wrestling scenes earlier this year with 3 blockbuster national broadcasts, which successfully married the worlds of hip-hop music and professional wrestling, to the delight of thousands of pay-per-view viewers
DJ Self, hailing from Brooklyn NY, is known for his numerous gigs in the city and around the world, his regular performances on Power 105fm, Sirius and XM Satellite Radio's Shaded 45 and his many personal endeavors, including Selfish Music Group.
No time will be wasted getting Self into the game – he will be featured on the next installment of the UWF, Thug Assassins, slated to hit all major PPV networks on Sunday, January 22nd including iNDemand, DIRECTV, Dish Network and Avail TVN ENT. This 4th event debut will join the previous trilogy, which included First Blood, Hood Justice and Street King, which garnered rave reviews from urban music and wrestling critics and fans alike.
"We're thrilled to have such a prominent personality from the New York radio scene join the UWF," said UWF Boss and CEO Steve The Hustler Karel. "Everyone knows Self, and now it's time to sort out the friends from the enemies."
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