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Dragon Mania IX results from Mexico, Mason Ryan’s first indy match announced, Jeff Jarrett scouting talent in NJ‏



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Toryumon Dragon Mania IX was held earlier today in Mexico City. This annual mega show featured stars from around the world and took place at the nearly sold out Arena Mexico.

Pro Wrestling Syndicate’s wrestling students Chris Payne & Damian Gibbs were featured in international tournament action. Each wrestler drew numbers to open the event which dictated their bracket placement.
Mexico’s Ultimo Guerrero & Iran’s Tiger Ali both received byes. Japan’s Ultimo Dragon defeated The United States’ Chris Payne , and Panama’s Veneno defeated Canada’s Damian Gibbs in Opening Round action. In the Second Round , Tiger Ali defeated Ultimo Dragon, and Ultimo Guerrero defeated Veneno . In the Finals, Ultimo Guerrero was victorious over Tiger Ali.

Japanese sumo star Akebono was unable to make the event as advertised due to illness. Top CMLL stars Rey Bucanero , Damien 666, and Magnus were featured in non tournament action.


Pro Wrestling Syndicate has announced that former WWE star Mason Ryan will battle The Lifeguard at PWS Super Card 2014 in Rahway NJ on Saturday June 7th. The card also features Bret Hart, Booker T, Rhino vs Low Ki, Hurricane Helms vs Colt Cabana, and more.

Global Force Wrestling promoter Jeff Jarrett will be in New Jersey this coming Saturday May 17th scouting independent wrestlers at a seminar & talent evaluation in Rahway NJ before Pro Wrestling Syndicate’s “Refuse To Lose 2014″ live event. The seminar is open to all independent wrestling talent at the cost of $100. For more information: www.ProWrestlingSyndicate.com

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One Response

  1. Sinister ki says:

    Keep it up Jeff. A diamond can always be found in the dirt. Keep searching.

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