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WFC Dojo Opens in Tampa, Florida

Postby freddyindiana » September 26th, 2012, 11:06 am

For Immediate Release
WFC Dojo Opens in Tampa, Florida- Dr. Tom Prichard Seminar!
August 17, 2012

Effective as of August 20, 2012, WFC Dojo will open as the newest professional wrestling training facility available to new and current active wrestlers in the Tampa Bay area. WFC Dojo, run by Steve “Moose” Madison and “Iceman” Buck Quartermaine, is an extension of the Wrestling for a Cause brand that was started in 2009. The new facility is located at 1717 E. Busch Blvd, Unit 1213, Tampa, Florida 33612.

WFC Dojo will be an all-inclusive training facility, complete with gym training equipment and video library. The Dojo will be open to new students, as well as accomplished independent performers who are looking to polish their craft. Classes will be available during weeknights and weekends, with a full schedule to be released shortly.

On September 22, 2012, former WWE Head Developmental trainer, Dr. Tom Prichard, will be making an appearance for the grand opening of the facility. He will be on hand to hold a seminar for any current active wrestlers (no new students) to offer his advice on training, psychology, and interview preparation. Most seminars with Dr. Tom Prichard cost upwards of $250, but this grand opening camp is available to the first 30 attendees for $50.00 each. WFC Dojo has absorbed the extra cost of the seminar in order for the camp to be cost affordable. DO NOT miss the chance of a lifetime to interact and LEARN from this wrestling legend.

Trainers will include, but are not limited to-

“Iceman” Buck Quartermaine- Buck Q has been a staple on the Florida independent circuit for over 20 years. Originally trained by “Gigolo” Jimmy del Ray, Quartermaine has worked for WWE, TNA and in Japan for MUGA World. Buck Q is a former two time NWA Florida Heavyweight Champion, and challenged unsuccessfully for the NWA World Heavyweight Championship in 2001. Quartermaine has traveled extensively throughout South American and the Middle East and while bring a vast knowledge of wrestling experience to WFC Dojo. “The Iceman” served as a contracted employee for WWE in late 2007. Known for his noticeably outspoken personality, few rival Buck Q’ s dedication and passion for the wrestling business.

Steve “Moose” Madison- Trained by FCW President, Steve Keirn, Madison is the youngest NWA Florida Heavyweight Champion of all time. Madison has travelled the world doing multiple tours with the now defunct Riki Choshu’s World Japan Pro Wrestling, as well as New Japan Pro Wrestling and Big Mouth Loud. Steve also served as a direct assistant to Steve Keirn during the inauguration of Florida Championship Wrestling in 2007. Madison helped with the training of the Diva’s division, and worked with Dr. Tom Prichard to accomplish daily activities and training with FCW superstars. Currently working full time as a firefighter/paramedic, Madison will help with the daily training at the WFC Dojo.

Steve Madison and Buck Quartermaine have worked, trained, and helped rehab many past and present wrestling superstars. Some of these wrestlers include the late Eddie Guerrero, Edge, the late, “Macho Man” Randy Savage, Seiji Sakaguchi, Tatsumi Fujinami, Brian Clarke, Christian, Doug Basham, Gail Kim, Kenzo Suzuki, Joe Gomez, Hector Guerrero, “Latin Heartthrob” Al Perez, Manabu Nakanishi, Osamu Nishimura, Charlie Haas, Mark Starr, and Brian Blair.

Please connect to http://www.wfcdojo.com for more information, or contact us at wfcdojo@gmail.com
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