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Can Edge & Christian Survive The Mean Streets Of Greenwich? (Video), WrestlePro Hosting Free Open House Tonight

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WrestlePro Hosting Free Open House Tonight

WrestlePro and Create-A-Pro owner and trainer Pat Buck posted the following words of encouragement for potential wrestlers in the tri-state area.  WrestlePro and Create-A-Pro are hosting a free Open House session tonight in Rahway, New Jersey:

I left WWE’s Developmental program a failure. Two states. Six years. Tons of matches. Endless training. No job. After moving back, I wanted to run one wrestling show and maybe open a training school.

I ran one show, and it did well. The second one was okay, but the third show was a total bomb. Lost every penny I saved. I quit wrestling; but soon remembered I advertised/rented space to start a wrestling program the following Monday. I figured no one would attend, so I’d delay my “quit” two more days. Many, including myself, thought the school would fail because without TV exposure, no one would know who I am.

Twelve guys showed up eager to learn, and took a chance on me. It was a total bolt of needed energy. I wanted to fight and prove to be the best training center in wrestling. Word of mouth started to spread. Fast forward six years, there’s two CAP schools, and a possible third on the way. Gifted graduates working everywhere. Established wrestlers getting better by keeping their skills sharp. Students getting to work “dream” matches. Graduates getting NXT tryouts, Impact TV matches, and (most important to me) one getting featured on the All-In Pay Per View. Our 150th show is on the horizon, and tonight is the open house. Join us.

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Can Edge & Christian Survive The Mean Streets Of Greenwich?

The following video features a new clip from last night’s new episode of The Edge & Christian Show on WWE Network. The clip features an appearance from The Mean Street Posse’s Pete Gas, who serves as E&C’s ‘white, preppy Miyagi’ and teaches them the ways of the streets (and throws in a dance lesson as well):

Check out the full episode on WWE Network for a great music video featuring Shane McMahon!