Tag: Dustin Rhodes
It starts with state-of-the-art sound for ring entrances. Then there are the multiple big screens that will be used to highlight the superstars who will bring New Year’s Chaos to life. A steel-cage match here, a possible world-title change there, and you can get a sense of what Marvin Ward, the general manager of Top Rope Pro Wrestling, is trying to do.
It’s that time of year – when we all vow to go to the gym, stop eating like horses, go to bed at a decent hour and a million other things that we want to do, know that we should do, and have no intention of doing anymore this time next week. They’re called New Year’s Resolutions, and they apply to professional wrestlers, too. Imagining what the wrestlers on the card at New Year’s Chaos might be resolving for 2013 …
Chris Masters has submitted some of the biggest names in pro wrestling to his Masterlock. Even nine-time WWE champion John Cena had to tap out to the fiercest full-nelson wrestling has seen since the days of Billy Jack Haynes.
Get an 8×10 photo with Top Rope Pro Wrestling superstars Goldust and Angelina Love at New Year’s Chaos, Saturday, Jan. 5, 2013, at the Virginia Horse Center in Lexington, Va.
When Dustin Rhodes was mulling over the offer to headline New Year’s Chaos, the debut show of Top Rope Pro Wrestling, he quietly asked who else was going to be a part of the show. Now we know why. “If I get booked on a show, I want to make sure that that locker room is not full of a bunch of drunks and things like that. Because that’s not good for me,” said Rhodes, who lists getting clean and sober at the top of his list of career accomplishments after 25 years in the pro-wrestling business.