Helms Mocks His Accident, APW Holiday Boot Camp Special, ZERO1 USA Training Camp
"We are very happy to have Sheik-San help us with finding new Gaijin talent from the USA," said Mr. Nakamura. "We respect his professional work ethic and I am personally very confident in his eye for talent. He has a great deal of respect for our business and I have seen firsthand how his leadership qualities benefit the Gaijin in Japan and I look forward working with the talent that he brings from the states."
The first ZERO1 Pro Wrestling USA talent evaluation will be held in Orlando, FL on Saturday, February 4, 2012 at 10am. The entrance fee is $250.00. Attendees MUST have a valid passport and will be evaluated based on physical fitness, look, gear, gimmick, wrestling ability and attitude. The top attendee will receive round trip transportation to Japan, plus housing and training at the ZERO1 Dojo. You will be responsible for your own food and beverages during your stay.
Forward all inquires to [email protected].
-- APW is offering the following discounts for the entire month of December for their Boot Camp Pro Wrestling Training School:
* $500 off training fees for everyone paying their fees up front, that means instead of the normal HALF OFF TRAINING, your fee will be $2,500 for complete COMPREHENSIVE training! That is a total savings of NEARLY 60%!
* $500 discount for ALL MONTHLY PAYMENT PLANS in addition to any and all other discounts you qualify for!
* As a Christmas bonus, anyone having missed out on their $1,000 Early Bird Discount will be able to recoup it when signing up during the month of December!
This training special expires on December 31, 2011. For more information, go to allprowrestling.net.
-- Shane Helms poked fun at his May motorcycle crash that left the former WWE Superstar and his girlfriend hospitalized with serious injuries. He posted three pics on his Twitter at this link, you can check out one of them below:
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