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Larry Mercer: A Legend in the Making

By Bryan Revello, Editor in Chief Larry Mercer is a man with passion. A man that has endured personal and professional hardships yet continues to rise above. Mercer gained popularity as a ring announcer/performer on the pro wrestling and mixed martial arts scene under the moniker “Larry Legend.” His announcing style and natural charisma have helped him climb the ladder ... Read More »

Tier 1 Wrestling Celebrates Their One Year Anniversary

By Bryan Revello, Editor-in-Chief Last December, New York Sportscene featured a review of Tier 1 Wrestling calling it the “best new Indy you’ve never heard of.” Since that time, the New York City based independent wrestling company continues to impress fans having just celebrated their one year anniversary with a great show on July 10th in Brooklyn. Tier 1 Wrestling ... Read More »

Welcome to the Wrestlers’ Laboratory

The Wrestlers’ Laboratory is a new and experimental wrestling company based in New York City. The brainchild of Tier 1 Wrestling’s Social Media Content Creator Chris Ruiz, this exciting promotion aims to highlight in their words “fresh faces having new matches” and they delivered exactly what they claimed. The first-ever show entitled “Volume 1” took place on July 10th in ... Read More »

TIER 1 WRESTLING’S “RUMBLE IN THE CONCRETE JUNGLE” (10/2) RESULTS FROM QUEENS, NY

By Chris Ruiz, Contributing Writer Despite New York City being slammed with rain and knocked around by powerful gusts of wind, Tier 1 Wrestling’s ‘Rumble in the Concrete Jungle’ was where the majority of the carnage went down. PRE-SHOW Paco and Curt Stallion, two of the top students of Michael Elgin’s Training Systems, took on the unenviable task of opening ... Read More »

CZW Cerebral Review from Deer Park, Long Island

CZW Cerebral 11/01/14 Deer Park, NY Credit for these results go to PWPonderings.com. Show review (by New York Sportscene Editor Bryan Revello): This was an entertaining show that had strong efforts from the performers and a raucous crowd that let the workers know how they felt. There was a very entertaining bearded man in the front row that constantly interacted ... Read More »