— A new documentary being developed, The Promoter, focuses on Canadian promoter Tony Condello, who ran many “death tours” in small Canadian towns. Don Callis and Edge are among those interviewed.
— Several names appeared at the NWA Southern All Star taping on September 6 in Millerville, Tennessee. Cliff Compton worked several matches, including a loss to former TNA star Crimson (his first after his knee surgery). Kid Kash lost to Chris Michaels, Taeler Hendrix beat Heidi Lovelace. Doug Gilbert vs. Brian Christopher, as well as Ricky Morton, are also scheduled.
— Pro Wresting Syndicate will hold several shows in the next few months. They will return to the Rahway Rec Center (which was damaged by Hurricane Sandy) for the first time on September 20. It includes PWS champion Kevin Matthews vs. Alex Reynolds, Buff Bagwel vs. Colt Cabana, Jake Roberts, Dan Maff, King Kong Bundy, Justin Credible, The Big O, Facade, Pat Buck and more.
On September 21, they’ll hold a free show as part of a Street Fair in Edison, New Jersey. It is headlined by Big O vs. Dan Maff.
PWS Bombshell Ladies of Wrestling will run an iPPV on September 28 in Iselin, New Jersey with Leilani Kai vs. Sumi Sakai and The Backseat Girlz (Missy Sampson & Annie Social) vs. Amazing Kong and La Rosa Negra, with Angelina Love, Veda Scott and more. There will then be a student show with talents from their academy.