​Lots Of Various News – Justin Credible Career DVD In The Works, EVOLVE To Debut In New England


AAW has released the following lineup for their AAW: Killers Among Us event on June 17th. The show takes place at 115 Bourbon Street (3359 w 115th Street Merrionette Park, IL) and begins at 8PM local time. You can order tickets at this link.

* Killer Kult (AAW Heavyweight Champion Sami Callihan & Dave Crist) vs. Outlaw Inc (Eddie Kingston & Homicide)
* AAW Tag Team Championship Match: Davey Vega & Mat Fitchett (C) vs. The Hooligans (Devin & Mason Cutter with Bucky Collins)
* Drago vs. Chris Hero
* Tommaso Ciampa’s open challenge
* Also signed: AAW Heritage Champion AR Fox, Johnny Gargano, Trevor Lee, Andrew Everett, Cedric Alexander, Drew Gulak, Silas Young, Moose, Candice LeRae, Heidi Lovelace, Jessicka Havok, Kimber Lee, Kongo Kong


EVOLVE sent out the following press release yesterday:

We are very excited to announce that EVOLVE is finally making its debut in New England! EVOLVE is coming to Wakefield, MA at The Americal Civic Center on July 15th. Tickets go on sale at www.DGUSA.tv this Friday morning! Tickets will be $50 (includes $10 merch credit) for 1st row, $35 (includes $5 merch credit) for 2nd row and $20 for GA. Already confirmed for EVOLVE’s Massachusetts debut are:

-EVOLVE Champion Timothy Thatcher
-EVOLVE Tag Team Champions Drew Gulak & Tracy Williams
-Zack Sabre Jr.
-Marty Scurll
-TJP with Stokely Hathaway
-Matt Riddle
-Ethan Page
-Fred Yehi
-Cedric Alexander
-Plus many more to be signed!!!

Ring of Honor released the following free match, featuring Mandy Leon vs. Jenny Rose vs. Veda Scott…

PJ “Justin Credible” Polaco and The Two Man Power Trip of Wrestling podcast are scheduled to team up to produce a documentary about Polaco’s career and his retirement from the pro wrestling business. Power Trip Media is behind the full-length documentary.

Some of you may remember that Polaco’s final match took place on November 20th, 2015, as “Justin Credible” faced Tommy Dreamer.

Polaco said: “I graduated High School at 17 years old and I worked at a Stop and Shop as a bag-boy. I saved up enough money to go to Calgary to train with the Harts and had my first match ironically enough on my birthday October 16, 1992. Once you have that wrestling bug in you it’s real hard to get away because that’s what I do. Sometimes in this business you make deals and it’s amazing how it’s so in the back of your mind what the big picture is.”

You can check out a trailer video below:

Trending Stories

Latest News

You can keep up with all your wrestling news right here on eWrestlingNews.com. Or, you can follow us over on our Twitter and Facebook pages.