I can't help but admire David McLane. He knows how to do one thing, run a women's wrestling entertainment show, and no matter how many versions of it fails, he waits a decade, dusts himself off and goes right back to it.
PWInsider reports WOW is casting (pwinsider.com) women for the new promotion and tour. Filming begins on Monday for a tour starting in Vegas in January. 2+ months to whip a bunch of novices into some sort of wrestlers. I hope we get to see the finished results.
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I can only hope that Riot, Wendi Wheels and Becky the daughter of the farmer make it to this "new" venture.
"Put on your helmets, we'll be reaching speeds of 3!" "It was nice of you to give that dead woman another chance." "All right, look alive everybody...oh sorry Susan."- MST3K: Space Mutiny Click Here (facebook.com)
Yeah, I'm going to keep supporting Shimmer, Shine, ArenaChicks, WSU & other wrestling promotions using good wrestlers putting out a quality product. It was one thing for WOW to exist when there really wasn't any other product out there, & to be fair they did have some good wrestling. But now with all the talent from around the world appearing on iPPV & via DVD, I don't see a McLane style product being successful. Wrestlicious tried it using real wrestlers and the campiness doomed it to failure. Casual fans will see it as a nothing more than sideshow & wrestling fans will ignore it for the same reasons. IMO the wrestling world has passed this kind of thing by, at least I hope it has.
This is a pretty distorted view of reality. You're taking for granted that these happened on PPVs. PPV matches have much more weight in terms of storylines, because they're (supposed to be) the culmination of angles.