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katook



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This is NOT a classic by any means, but I had some fun with it, my role these days is as a babyface commissioner as I'm too damn old to be out there bumping anymore, but the concept here is simple: The last person in the cage is the "turkey of the year"

The kid in there with me at the end is a young kid named Timmy who is just starting out trying his hand in my old role as heel manager, he's a good kid and we did this gimmick to try to give him some extra heat in the upcoming shows, I hope he takes it runs with it.

Anyways. it's Indy wrestling between a manger and a 54 year old man, but it was a lot of fun, figured why not post it here, someone might even get a laugh or two out of it




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You move pretty good for a 54 yr old!  I’m only eight years behind you.  Fun watch, thanks for posting.  Pretty decent production values for an indy fed.  

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Thanks, Blazer, We have been working really hard to try to get some actual decent production values with the black curtains to make it look like a TV studio, and 2 cameramen with a 3rd stationary camera, and some commentary as well.


Our ultimate goal is to try to get some TV time on one of the smaller TV channels in the area and maybe start selling some DVDs, but that's a bit difficult in small town rural NC (Lincolnton, out in the middle of nowhere)


But even so, our little Fed has been going non stop for what will be 19 years in January, putting on 26 shows per year and making a small profit doing so, everybody there is proud of the fact that in an age where Indy feds come and go like people change their underwear we are still alive and kicking.


None of us are ever going to make the big time, but dammit, it's a lot of fun and we love what we do and are a pretty tight knit group, and that's what counts.


Have you ever seen the movie "Fake it so Real?"


That was shot about 8 years or so ago about our Fed, many of the guys have gone but some still remain.



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