As I reported earlier, WWE made the decision to release Al Snow after they cut ties with Ohio Valley Wrestling. The reason Snow was fired was just because it made sense from a financial standpoint. WWE already had the trainers that they needed to work with talent in Florida Championship Wrestling so they no longer had a need for Snow.
One WWE Diva hopeful moved all the way from Australia to the United States over the weekend to start at the Ohio Valley Wrestling wrestling school. She started there this week. You can see her MySpace page at www.myspace.com/envywwe. As announced yesterday, WWE cut ties with Ohio Valley Wrestling as a developmental territory, instead opting to have all of their contracted developmental talent ply their trade in one place, that being Florida Championship Wrestling. This Diva hopeful is not the only one being left out in the cold as a few indy wrestlers such as April Hunter’s husband JD Michaels, Mason Raige and Damian Adams relocated and uprooted their lives to Louisville, Kentucky in hopes of being noticed by WWE through OVW. According to their website, FCW plans on starting up a wrestling school for WWE hopefuls in the near future, but for the time being, aspiring WWE wrestlers are going to be left to fend for themselves on the indy scene just like everyone else.
Anyone interested in booking Al Snow for appearances or camps should email David Herro at DavidHerro@aol.com.
Ron Killings will face Black Pain in an Eliminatory match for the WWC Universal Title on 2/9 in Caguas, Puerto Rico.
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