WWE Hall of Famer among news additions to the 2011 Harley Race Camp
Aug 27, 2011 - by Steve Gerweck
Harley Race and World League Wrestling are pleased to announce Kevin Von Erich, Ricky Steamboat, William Regal, Ryu Nakata, and Ken Hirayama as attendees to the 2011 Harley Race Training camp.
World League Wrestling is pleased to announce its guests (so far) for the 2011 Annual Harley Race training camp scheduled for October 17th through October 21st. Through it’s many years of existence, World League Wrestling has provided top-notch training from wrestlers with world-renowned credibility. This list includes, but is not limited to, Harley Race, Ricky Steamboat, Dr. Tom Pritchard, John Laurinaitis, Takashi Suguira, Takeshi Morishima, Naomichi Marufuji, Atsushi Aoki, KENTA, Kenta Kobashi, Trevor Murdock, Go Shiozaki, and Ted Dibiase Sr. 2011’s camp will be no different!
First, making a very rare appearance to not only the camp but also the W.L.W. show on October 22nd, will be World Class Championship Wrestling’s Kevin Von Erich. Kevin will be attending this year’s camp all week long from Monday to Friday. His vast knowledge about professional wrestling helped make W.C.C.W a tremendously successful company. Not only did Kevin compete with the company owned by his father, Fritz Von Erich (and competed with his brothers Kerry, David, and Mike), wrestled all over the world making him globally known. This year, Kevin will be bringing with him his two sons, Ross and Marshall, to train at this camp. A statement released from the Von Erich family reads: “I know my sons’ choice in wrestling training will make not only their dad proud, but their uncles and grandfather as well”.
The next wrestler to be announced is another worldly known superstar. His matches with Ric Flair have been labeled as legendary and can never be duplicated. A world champion in the National Wrestling Alliance and an Intercontinental Champion for the World Wrestling Federation, Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat will be attending this year’s camp to lend his advice to upcoming hopefuls in the professional wrestling industry. Ricky’s career lasted long and he accomplished many great things, and was noted for stealing the show at W.W.F Wrestlemania III in his victory against Randy “Macho Man” Savage when he won the Intercontinental Championship. His career was cut short due to a back injury he sustained, but returned to the ring at Wrestlemania XXV teaming with Roddy Piper and Jimmy Snuka against Chris Jericho. Currently, Steamboat helps with the developmental system for World Wrestling Entertainment by training their talent and preparing them for W.W.E. Raw and Smackdown. Ricky’s relationship with Harley Race spans many years, and W.L.W. and the Harley Race Academy is happy to announce having him to lend his experience and advice to upcoming professional wrestling hopefuls.