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Information on the first ever All Japan Pro Wrestling seminar‏

filed to GERWECK.NET:

This is a legit once in a lifetime opportunity. Do not pass this up. All Japan Pro Wrestling and Pro Wrestling Syndicate will be scouting new talent and this is your shot , take it.

On June 2, 2012 in Deer Park, New York All Japan Pro Wrestling and Pro Wrestling Syndicate will be conducting a seminar/tryout for independent wrestlers. This event is being conducted with the sole purpose of establishing a working relationship with PWS and AJPW in an attempt for independent wrestling talent to be seen by the legendary Keiji Muto (The Great Muta) and KAI.

This one time only event will last approximately four hours (12pm- 4pm). Cardio conditioning, in ring drills, matches, promos, and ring psychology will all be major aspect of this seminar. You will be given insight to the Japanese style of professional wrestling from PWS Officials, Muta, and KAI.

If accepted, expect to compete in at least one full match in full professional wrestling attire to showcase how you would perform in a show setting.

This event is open to only 50 participants. After the 50 are approved, the camp will be closed. No exceptions.

The registration fee for the seminar/tryout is $199.

Tag teams are encouraged to apply. Managers, referees, promoters, bookers, valets, and those who are just beginning their professional wrestling training may apply, but will approved on a case by case basis.

Applicants are encouraged to send the following information to Any questions about the seminar will be answered here.

Real Name:
Wrestling Alias:
Where you reside:
Wrestling Training:
Years Wrestling:
Promotions Worked For:
Any Health Concerns:

Please include a recent photograph, as well as links to your best matches. Good luck to all!

Go to to reserve your spot now.

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