Hey guys. I have created a list on twitter. It has over 100 current indy wrestlers on it, including those from Ring of Honor. All the guys in wrestling, whether it was WWE, TNA, ECW, WCW, or ROH started somewhere, and more than likely it was the indy circuit. So why not join my twitter list, follow all of these guys. Give these guys what they deserve, more fans, more followers, and the admiration that the guys in a company like WWE get and some don't care about. These guys work for less money and they truly do it for the love of wrestling and the love of the fans so lets show them our love, our respect and our admiration and follow them on twitter, which you can do here: @chroniclesofdj/indy-wrestling Come on twitter and join it and follow the future stars of tomorrow, today
I apologize if this is the wrong place on the W for this, but I have talked to a couple of the indy stars and what they want is more fans, more followers and I am trying to do my part to help them get that.
Allison Danger is the person who got me on twitter, now most of the 452 people I follow are wrestlers, promotions or wrestling fans. It's actually a good way of keeping in touch with people and for the most part Indy wrestlers & even some of the major stars like to interact with their fans. A lot of them really let you know them as the real person not just the character which is very cool. & it's fun to chat with other fans about wrestling & other stuff.
Exactly. I want to help the indy wrestlers get as well known as the stars currently in wwe and tna. including allison danger, who for those who dont know, is steve corino's sister and was trained by steve corino & cm punk.
Guys, just because they arent wwe/tna doesnt mean they arent awesome. They so are. So come and join the list. Follow these guys and gals and lets help get them even more fans than some of the current tna and wwe stars
This seems ~SO~ obvious, but no one has mentioned it yet so I guess I will. What about a 'Wienerville-ability-to-stay-on-topic-ratio?' A 1:1 ratio means the entire thread responds to the original idea.