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Kevin Nash scheduled for indy show airing on iPPV



Reported by Adam Martin of Wrestleview.com

Despite appearing at the Royal Rumble last Sunday and stating publicly that he has signed a Legends deal with WWE, Kevin Nash will be appearing for the Dreamwave Wrestling promotion in LaSalle, IL this Saturday night in a show that will air on iPPV.

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Press Release

DREAMWAVE Wrestling: LaSalle goes Global on iPPV!
1/24/11
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Jay Repsel Presents DREAMWAVE Wrestling: “Season Premiere” February 5th, 2011
LASALLE – DREAMWAVE Wrestling was introduced to the Midwest on April 4, 2009. On February 5th, 2011, it will be introduced to the world. DREAMWAVE returns to LaSalle, IL at the Knights of Columbus with “Season Premiere” broadcast live around the world on Internet Pay Per View! The stars of wrestling’s future will be on display as well as former WWE/WCW Superstar “Big Sexy” Kevin Nash!

“By far, this is the most excitement I have seen in the wrestling business” said DREAMWAVE owner Jay Repsel. “This is an opportunity of a lifetime to be able to take our product, our fans and our brand out of the Midwest and put it all in front of the world. We have everything any fan of wrestling would want to see and we are anxious to let people know that a great thing is happening in this little town.” Repsel continued, “Anyone that has Internet access and $9.99 can sign up and give us a chance to earn their entertainment dollar. I can just about guarantee they won’t be disappointed.”

The main event of the card is a rematch between Ring of Honor (ROH) star Davey Richards and DREAMWAVE World Champion Jason Hades. Although Hades defeated him in their first contest, many consider Richards as the “pound for pound” best wrestler in the world. He has competed from the United States to Japan and everywhere in between to build that reputation. DREAMWAVE made another splash by signing “Big Sexy” Kevin Nash to appear on the Pay Per View. Nash is considered one of the biggest stars in wrestling history having captured the WWE and WCW World Championships on 6 occasions and spearheading the “Monday Night Wars” by joining WCW and forming the NWO in 1996.

Internet Pay Per View (iPPV) is a new entertainment trend gaining popularity, which allows a live event to be streamed over the Internet and watched in real time on a home computer or a TV, by connecting them both together. DREAMWAVE did not hesitate to jump to the forefront of this trend. “We were approached by 1GimmickWorld a couple of months ago to consider the option of iPPV”, Repsel explained. “This is a pretty new curve for the wrestling industry and we want to be on the front end of technology pushing the envelope, not following behind. They are a growing company out of Chicago working in the MMA field that wanted to expand their portfolio into wrestling. After meeting with them and seeing them in action, I felt it would be a fantastic partnership.”

“2011 is going to be a huge year for this company and I want to encourage everyone to jump on board and enjoy the ride”, Repsel said.

With the excitement building, you don’t want to miss DREAMWAVE Wrestling: “Season Premiere” February 5th LIVE around the world on iPPV!

For live event ticket information, please go to www.dreamwavewrestling.com. To order the broadcast of “Season Premiere” on iPPV, go to www.1gimmickworld.com.
Any questions or comments can be sent by e-mail to dreamwavewrestling@gmail.com.

About DREAMWAVE Wrestling

DREAMWAVE Wrestling is the Midwest’s premier independent professional wrestling organization and offers the most economical entertainment value in the Illinois Valley. The company is owned and operated by DREAMWAVE Entertainment, LLC. and headquartered in Oglesby Illinois. For more information, please visit www.dreamwavewrestling.com or send questions or comments to dreamwavewrestling@gmail.com.
DREAMWAVE Wrestling is a trademark used exclusively by DREAMWAVE Entertainment, LLC. in the United States and other jurisdictions.


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One Response

  1. Nick says:

    Legends contracts don’t preclude WWE alumni from working other shows. I also have some doubts whether iPPV’s would even rank over an indie show for their standards about working indies while working for WWE.

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