“It’s not a dream, it’s a plan”, Freddie Prinze Jr. will launch his wrestling promotion

Freddie Prinze is going to launch his wrestling promotion and presents his project in broad outline.

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A new wrestling promotion could emerge in the coming months. A project spearheaded by former WWE writer and actor Freddie Prinze Jr.

Freddie Prinze Jr. has long wanted to create his wrestling promotion. A wish that seems to come true if we are to believe the latest issue of his podcast, the episode of which is soberly called “I’m starting a wrestling company” (I’m running a wrestling promotion).

In this podcast Prinze explains that he started learning here and there about what it means to be a wrestling promoter, having watched many hours of wrestling from various promotions, listening to podcasts including that of Jim Cornette and having asked many questions to people in the wrestling world to have different visions.

Prinze also said that he inquired about the rental price of arenas to shoot his shows, which led him directly to think that it would be better to buy the place where the wrestling show will be shot.

If television is a goal for his future promotion, it will obviously not be the first. Freddie Prinze Jr. would like to shoot the shows of his promotion to have them broadcast afterwards.

I think it would be nice to start with a two hour show. I want my storylines to be based on reality. I want to give equal time to the women and men on the roster. The goal is to bring the show to television.

A promotion with union talent

Prinze also explains that he will prefer to delegate the booking of his shows to people qualified for this job, while he will focus on the business part and the creative part of his promotion.

I really know how to write, I know how to communicate with people, and I know how to get good performances out of people who leaders didn’t think were in them before. I know I can do it because I’ve seen how things are done. I know what my strengths are, and I know very well what I suck at. I’ve been told enough what I’m bad at. So yeah, so that’s it, that’s the plan.

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For his promotion Freddie Prinze Jr explains that he also wants his talents to be syndicated to SAG, as is the case with many film and television actors, so that he can enjoy all the advantages like insurance. health and retirement plan.

“It’s not a dream, it’s a plan” he says in his podcast. “I hope you will support this project. That you will like it. If you don’t like it, you can say so too because like I said that’s the kind of stuff that gets me going. »

Freddie Prinze Jr does not give a name for his promotion, nor a launch date for the moment, but he hopes to be able to start the activity in the next eighteen months.

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“It’s not a dream, it’s a plan”, Freddie Prinze Jr. will launch his wrestling promotion