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Mission Pro Wrestling Kicks Off 2023 with Kickstart My Heart!

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Despite Valentine’s Day being right around the corner, the animosity was running high at Mission Pro Wrestling’s first show of 2023, Kickstart My Heart!  A show headlined by a literal battle of the sexes, and stacked with great matches, the action was top notch the entire night.  The conclusion of the show left the fans with some questions, and will undoubtedly prompt a response from La Jefe herself, Thunder Rosa.

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The show results as follow,

  • Pre-show 4 corner tag match, Zakai Living and Arik Walker defeated The Texas Treats (Don Juan and Chris Marval), Karate Kidds (David Kidd and Jess E. James), and Brandon Vice and Devin Carter.
  • Official Show opens with a promo for JP Harlow, Joey Hyder, and Boss Baines who get run off by the majority of the Mission Pro Locker Room.
  • The first match saw MJ Santana picking up her first win at Mission Pro via submission versus Ultra Violette who was making her Mission Pro debut.
  •  MPW Cup Battle Royal winner, Casey Blackrose defeated Diego Renay via a devastating “Broken Dreams” back breaker.
  • Money Birds (Gigi Rey and Lady Bird Monroe) defeated Vicious and Delicious (Claudia and Sheeva) to become the number one contenders to the MPW tag team titles. Post match, Claudi and Sheeva attack Gigi and Lady Bird.
  • Tiffany Nieves defeated “La Leona” Alejandra Lion in what became a very personal battle following some remarks Alejandra made online.
  • After a brief intermission, Fan-favorite Emmy Camacho defeated Uju, who was replacing Sio Nieves.
  • Dani Mo defeated Mystii Marks, who had taken out Dani’s original opponent, Vicky Dreamboat when Vicky arrived at the venue. 
  • In the main event, The Men’s Revolution (JP Harlow, Joey Hyder, and Boss Baines) defeated Bougie Reality (Madi Wrenkowski and Rache Chanel) and Jazmin Allure after Harlow choked out Rache.  Just before this, Jazmin dropped off the apron when Rache was about to tag her. This prompted a cascade of boos from the crowd, and even got the writer of this article a verbal rebuke when he suggested she wait until after the match to deal with an issue she had.

The next show, Edge of Glory, will be Saturday, April 22nd back at the Salvation Army Mission Corps in San Antonio, TX.  Tickets can be purchased via Mission Pro’s website, missionprowrestling.com or via Eventbright.com. If you have never attended a live Indy wrestling show before, the next show would be the best time to start. 

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Big Mike has been a wrestling fan all his life. As a child, Big Mike enjoyed watching everything he could find on TV and will generally give any organization a chance. In his 20s Big Mike became addicted to attending live, local indy wrestling in the San Antonio and Austin area, which continues to this day. He also enjoys the SciFi and Fantasy worlds of books and movies and doesn’t believe that most of the 8th season of Game of Thrones is canon.

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WWE shares their 2023 Impact Report to Highlight Community Efforts both Past and Future

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The WWE compiled a video of their community efforts last year and superstars Cody Rhodes and Bianca Belair provided some commentary. Watch the video below.


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The Undertaker’s 1 deadMAN SHOW Returns This August and November

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The WWE announced today that legend and hall of famer, The Undertaker, will be bringing his critically acclaimed UNDERTAKER 1 deadMAN SHOW back for a few select dates in August and November. The show has the Undertaker in a small, intimate setting, sharing never before heard stories from his Hall of Fame career. Audience members will also get a chance to ask the Deadman questions, a level of interaction rarely available during his active career. Previously, the show sold out venues in Nashville, Philadelphia, Boston, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, San Antonio and London.

The new tour kicks off Thursday, August 24th at the Kentucky Center-Bomhard Theatre in Louisville, Kentucky. Additional shows will take place Friday, August 25th in St. Louis, Saturday, August 26th in Kansas City, Missouri, Thursday November 9th in Indianapolis, Friday November 10th in Cleveland, and Saturday, November 11th in Pittsburgh. Tickets for the upcoming UNDERTAKER 1 deadMAN SHOW tour will go on sale Friday, July 21st at 10am local time. A limited number of VIP tickets, which include premier seating and a meet-and-greet with the Undertaker, will be available for each show as well. Go to wwe.com for more information.

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Friday Night Smackdown Returns to The Alamo City This Fall

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The AT&T Center, in conjunction with World Wrestling Entertainment, announced this morning that Friday Night Smackdown would be returning to San Antonio on Friday, October 20th. The Smackdown brand is led by Undisputed Universal Champion, The Tribal Chief Roman Reigns and WWE Woman’s Champion, Asuka. Also, on the show you can expect to see superstars such as The Usos, US Champion, Austin Theory, LA Knight, Damage CTRL, The LWO, and many more. The last time the WWE was in San Antonio was for the Royal Rumble at the Alamodome back in January.

Tickets go on sale this Friday, July 14th at 10:00 am. Tickets will be able for purchase at ticketmaster.com or ATTcenter.com. For presale access, click on the AT&T Center’s All Access Newsletter and click on “Sporting Events.”

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