The Wrestling Professor YouTube channel features 623 videos. Most are matches from Showcase Pro Wrestling. There are promos and long-form interviews as well.
The biggest smash hit of all is a match from February 2017. Madame Butterfly v. Alicia Muldoon has received an astonishing 139,142 views. Interestingly Madame Butterfly has not re-appeared at SPW.
Showcase Pro Wrestling has a hot drama happening at the moment. Alpha Female Amanda Fox has taken exception to the antics of Neanderthal sexist punk Alec Price. Fox is determined to put the Bell Time Club student out of commission before his promising career takes off.
It’s hard to get real heat these days in local wrestling. This is heat.
The career of a professional wrestler like any athlete is a short one. The bumps add up over the years and it is the lucky worker who decides to walk away while still in good shape. Nevertheless, we fans have our favorites and don’t want to be deprived of seeing them perform. One such recent retiree is Nikki Valentine, one of the premiere female talents in New England of this era.
Ms. Valentine kept the torch burning during a time when there were few women working in this region. Now that we are back to near critical mass of female talent, wouldn’t it be great if someone could convince her to come back? Of course she should do whatever she thinks best. Ms. Valentine owes us nothing, having made a huge contribution during her career. We can always hope for consideration.
The Black Widow Eve is the subject of this La Presse short documentary. This video is in French but the quality is excellent making it worth a watch. Stacy Thibault is prominently featured as well. We hope that Eve and Stacy work in New England in 2018.
Mistress Belmont. One of the great originals of Independent Professional Wrestling. She’s based here in New England but has worked all over. Mistress Belmont kept the flame burning when Women’s Wrestling in New England was very short of workers. She and a couple of others soldiered on and nurtured new talent. Now, Women’s Wrestling is stronger than ever. Thanks to people like Mistress Belmont.