The New Face Of Professional Wrestling

December 25, 2007

Most wrestling fans will look at the title of this post and think this will be about TNA. Sorry to disappoint but as much as we love some of the personalities in TNA wrestling we would never think of bestowing them with such a compliment. ‘WWE light’ seems more a propos.

The real new face of professional wrestling is based in Pennsylvania not Tennessee. They wrestle in a traditional ring not a six-sided one. And, most importantly, they don’t make any of their wrestlers wear reindeer or turkey costumes if they lose a match. Ladies and gentlemen meet the best kept secret in combat sports: Ring of Honor.

The Park has been accused of covering ROH more than any other pro wrestling company out there. This is true for two main reasons:

1. They are the only company that has not banned us from talking to their athletes. True story.

2. We truly believe that while there may not be a crossover between fans of boxing/MMA and WWE/TNA, our entire audience will really love the ROH product.

To help officially introduce everyone to Ring Of Honor we invited Pulse Wrestling‘s ROH savant, Aaron Glazer, to give us a history lesson on the promotion and to discuss what the future holds for it. Take a listen below.

Aaron Glazer – 12/25/07

(Can’t listen to the interview right now? Download this one and all of our great interviews by clicking on the iTunes or Odeo link at the top right of the page.)

  1. 3 Responses to “The New Face Of Professional Wrestling”

  2. It’s weird to say, but congratulations on being banned by WWE and TNA. It sucks, but it’s also a sign that you’ve arrived and some important people know about you.

    By Jason on Dec 27, 2007

  3. My thoughts exactly. Although I am not looking for any enemies so it’s a little annoying. One of these days I will explain the ridiculous story of why TNA banned me. Quite entertaining.

    By Ariel on Dec 27, 2007

  4. If nothing else, TNA can be counted on for being ridiculous!

    By Jason on Dec 28, 2007

Post a Comment