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Scott D’Amore’s Next Project Revealed

February 3, 2010 | Posted by Chris Lansdell

Scott D’Amore, who recently announced his decision to leave TNA, released this statement today.

TNA wrestling producer and former on-air manager of Team Canada, Scott D’Amore has decided to leave TNA Wrestling effective immediately. D’Amore, who most recently was the agent for the TNA Knockouts division, which produced some of the highest ratings for SpikeTV’s Impact, has decided to pursue a new wrestling project in Canada. D’Amore’s Border City Wrestling, based out of Windsor, Ontario, will be merging with Toronto’s BSE Pro Wrestling, run by Jason A. Brown, to become one of North America’s largest and longest running independent wrestling company under the new banner, Maximum Pro Wrestling!

More details will be released in the near future, but the new company is planning to run extensive live events, Pay Per Views, DVD releases as well as develop a new television series.

Over the past few years, both promotions have grown extensively, and have produced top-notch shows in cities and towns throughout Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Michigan, New York State and Nunavut that have been headlined by such Superstars as The Rock, Trish Stratus, Kurt Angle, Edge, Bret “The Hitman” Hart, The Dudley Boys, Kevin Nash, Tommy Dreamer, Gail Kim, “Million Dollar Man” Ted DiBiase, Paul “Mr. Wonderful” Orndorff and countless others, not to mention some of the world’s premiere up-and-coming wrestling talent from Japan, United States, Canada and more!

Check back to www.bordercitywrestling.com and www.bsepro.com for more information!


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