Early 3/10 WWE Raw Viewership, WWE Superstar Opens Wrestling School in NY, Texas Wrestler Jerry Kozak Passes Away at 79

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3/10 WWE Raw Viewership

wwe raw previewMonday Night Raw dipped again this week, although due to Daylight Savings TIme it was the first hour that took the brunt of the drop in viewership. The show averaged 4.35 million viewers as a whole, with hours of 4.16, 4.68 and 4.27 in that order. We hope to have complete ratings information for the 3/10 edition of WWE Raw later tonight. 

WWE Star Opens Wrestling School

WWE Superstar Curt Hawkins is opening a new pro wrestling school in New York. The school, called "Create a Pro" Wrestling School will be hosting an Open House event on March 23rd, 2014 from 2PM-4PM for anybody interested in signing up. Currently they are only taking 20 students for the first class. Hawkins (real name: Brian Myers) will be working alongside PWG trainer and co-owner Pat Buck. For more information, visit CreateAProWrestling.com. You can also follow them on Facebook and Twitter

Jerry Kozak Passes at 79

Source: F4WOnline.com

Pro wrestling star Jerry Kozak passed away last week – he was 79-years-old. Jerry wrestled alongside his brother Nick Kozak as a popular tag team in the Texas territories through the 1960s and early '70s. He held several NWA championships, including the Western States Tag Team Championships on three occasions. 

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