Wrestling Meccas: Madison Square Garden, New York City


Wrestling Meccas is a series of features at Last Word on Pro Wrestling that looks at the history of some of professional wrestling’s most iconic venues, from large stadiums to small indie havens. Our first edition kicks off with arguably the world’s most famous wrestling venue, New York City’s Madison Square Garden. When Cornelius Vanderbilt […] READ MORE

How Can You Become A Professional Wrestler?


How does one become a professional wrestler? Is there a school or a training camp that you can go to or are all these tall, muscular men specially bred on a remote farm somewhere in the Midwest? Well, training for professional wrestling is a lot like training for any other professional sport – with a […] READ MORE

Preview: AAW Bad Times At The Blue Genie (5/31/19)


AAW Pro returns to Austin, Texas this Friday for a stacked event featuring the past, present and future of the company. Three titles are on the line; AAW Bad Times At The Blue Genie will bring Josh Alexander and Lucha Libre legend, Juventud Geurrera, back to regular action in this company. Big names like Jimmy Jacobs and Sami Callihan feel they still […] READ MORE

The Australasian Surge: Pro-Wrestling in Australia and New Zealand.


Australia and New Zealand have always managed to be prevalent forces in world sport. Whether it is the Australian’s dominating World Cricket from the Mid Nineties to the 2007 Ashes Series, or the Kiwi’s dominating rugby under Graham Henry’s regime. The Australasian countries have always been in the forefront of athletic competitions. Whilst they mostly […] READ MORE

PROGRESS Chapter 50 Preview

Company: Progress Wrestling Event: Chapter 50: I Give It Six Months Venue: Electric Ballroom Coming off the heels of a stellar Super Strong Style 16 PROGRESS are building up steam ahead of their major show at the famous Alexandra Palace (Ally Pally).  They are presenting another potentially great card with big implications for the Ally […] READ MORE

UPDATED (He’s Been Found) Where’s Sean Waltman?: X-Pac Gone Missing


UPDATE: After a public outpouring of concern, X-Pac’s co-host of The Tomorrow Show, Keven Undergaro, finally made contact with X-Pac and while he’s okay, he’s “dealing with issues”. X-Pac will speak more of the incident at a later time. Everyone askin about r @TheTomorrowShow cohost & most imp r friend @TheRealXPac. We spoke. He'a dealing […] READ MORE