Welcome to the Badger State. Learn to love the Packers...it ain't really that hard. And who needs seafood when you've got sausage and bratwurst?
As for indy feds...I highly encourage you to check out the fed I work for, ACW-NWA Wisconsin. We get names, we get NWA-TNA guys, we get guys who've worked on WWE TV, and we've got a real diverse blend. The home videos are pretty damn good for the indies, too.
And we're only about 1 1/2 hours north of you, usually. Feel free to PM me with any more questions you might have...look forward to seeing you around the ring!
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Originally posted by sonicslapshotI just moved to the Midwest(Wisconsin) 3 months ago. Outside of the lack of great seafood, are there any worthwhile Independent feds in the area?
I mapquested Sheboygan to Highland, IN just for you, and if you want to drive roughly 3 hours there and 3 hours back (keep in mind these shows run pretty late), indy shows in the midwest (and, really, the country) do not get better than IWA Mid-South's shows in Highland. There's PLENTY of stuff in the Chicagoland area and ROH is coming back in October with Foley on the bill. There's also ACW (which Thrill got to before I was even going to plug FOR him) and Carmine DeSpirito's MAW around the Milwaukee area (I believe).
Unfortunately, Chuck E. Smooth doesn't work anymore. Sorry, you should've come earlier. One thing you have a decent chance of getting is Zach Gowen. But I don't know how you'd feel about that, really.
Thanks Scott. I may make that drive. I moved in July, had to move my entire life from Hartford, CT. I will definitely get to a few cards soon. I like the indys as well. Being 30 and from the Northeast, I remember Tony Rumble, Jumpin Joe Savoldi and Mark Lewin in the ICCW. Thanks for the help
RE: TV and Real World. I seem to remember on the second one (set in Los Angeles), that the other roommates constantly bitched that John (the redneck from Kentucky), did nothing but sit around and watch TV all day.