> Hello everyone. I am the owner of Xtreme Professional Wrestling. I am
> 21 years old, just starting out, and have ran my own show, and put
> together many events. I want to start off Connecticut's first Hartford
> based wrestling promotion. I only have two problems. No money and no
> one to help.... big problems lol. I have a web design that I am
> working on right now, I bought the website, have business cards, and
> shirts on order. I just need the man power and money... I am thinking
> maybe multiple owners to get this going, and/or serious and devoted
> people that want to help. I have the desire to make this go big. I
> have many ideas that I want to share and get out their. I can really
> see this going big and far. Please reply back if interested. I have a
> few connects in the wrestling business to help save money, and to get
> the talent we need to have shows. Thank you, Dan.
Here's some help on the "no money" part: Get a nice paying job and put
your web skills to work. Save the money in a building called a "bank."
You're young and you can save money so start building a resume on
that. Only rich guys in their 20's from well-paid families can start
up a promotion. If you said that you did run a show at that age, was
it a measly backyard/***oline fed?
Another tip, change the promotion's name, "XPW" is taboo around these
parts and you don't want to***off Rob Black. :) XPW was a washed-
down version of ECW back in the day, it did come back in 2006 as
"Wrestling Society X" and it was on MTV.
Oh yeah, move away from Connecticut...That's WWE's backyard (n. The
Undertaker's). Also, stay away from Nashville and Orlando, that's
TNA's territory. And Philly, too, that's ROH/CZW/PWU land and your
promotion will get hammered into the ground by the Philly fans if it
Hope it helps.