Comfort and The Fear of Impermanence

Priscilla Kelly photographed at Bar Wrestling in Baldwin Park, CA

The change of the world is inevitable. A lengthy reign is a flash of light in the permanent existence of the universe.

Interactions occur within a timeframe. The attraction to a positive experience weighs down on our self aware ability and natural strength to fight. A surrender to a happy time is an hour glass.

How long should we sustain in a pleasant environment? A change in scenery is prone to emotional changes. Driving through time, we see many beautiful landscapes of rich color and freshness, only for a brief moment before we continue.


Richard Shhhinary wins Hoodslam Tournament

Shhhnary before his finals match at Hoodslam.

Richard Shhhnary won the Hoodfighter Tournament in Oakland, California, earning him a trophy.

Beating a giant Brutal Rob Hands, the challenge was complete a new superstar became victorious in defeating an obstacle that many others had not accomplished.

The climatic end.

The challenge of overcoming the tumultuous career path of being in theatrical athletics is actually battling others who want to succeed in the same career field.

The match-ups in wrestling contests determine which is the better athlete. On this night, it was Richard Shhhinary.

Joey Ryan and Peter Avalon, Injured Wrestlers in Thumb War

A historic match that took place at Bar Wrestling could potentially change the future of injured wrestlers participating in active professional wrestling matches.

Joey “King of Sleaze” Ryan took on “Professional” Peter Avalon in a thumb wrestling war in Los Angeles the first week of December of 2018.

Thumb Wrestling War

The match featured two injured competitors: Ryan with a separated pectoral muscle, and Avalon with a fractured face.

The two competitors signed to a match that headlined an event with over fifteen other actively non-injured competitors.

Joey Ryan (left) vs Peter Avalon (right)

The match semi-main-evented the show, but could easily have closed out the show.

Peter Avalon geared up for the match, while Joey Ryan brought his sleaziness to the ring, amping up the fans.

Douglas James, who dislocated his hip prior to the event, refereed the match.

The match ended when Ray Rosas, PPRay partner, helped Peter Avalon by guiding him through the finish. Rosas received a Dick Suplex from Joey Ryan.


Game Changer Wrestling’s Joey Janela Presents LA Confidential

In one of the most chaotic moments anyone has ever experienced, Game Changer Wrestling brought the wrestling family in Los Angeles, California together in an absolutely beautiful night in professional wrestling, a legitimate art form.

Every match was changed to a no disqualification match during the show. Those who weren’t there were jealous. Friends sent videos of the MDK to see what was inside.

Fans thought a wrestling was going to die.


The Protected Brain


The importance of balance, whether or not, whatever the challenge may be, is an utmost important skill in traversing Earth, maybe more local, like Downtown Los Angeles.

The challenge of retaining equilibrium proves to be a skillful task when one side of the brain wants to take part of the important moments of day to day and the other trying to find reason for the aforementioned experiences.


The ability to listen, and formulate a response takes a lot of knowledge of languages. When something’s missing, professional relationships may be stagnated, immobile due to insufficient brain activity to communicate.

The opportunities to learn signs are all over the world. However, in one country, is not enough to experience the feelings of other cultures that build their values on their emotions.


The heart may as well walk for us, but only until the brain learns how to read directions. Emotion based, or intel, we move in time, in line. There is no cutting, no going backwards, but ahead in one pace with information sensed in all directions.

The comfort of a protected brain, from emotional darkness, from the void of lack of information, carries the soul to the next location.


NWA 70th Anniversary Nashville, TN October 21, 2018

Cody in America. Photography by: Ring of Honor

Congratulations to NWA and Cody R, participating in a great howling race branded by the highest sponsor team in America.

The National Wrestling Alliance operated in ancient times of territory warfare, in our ancestors’ age, all the way back to when wrestling first began.

The BULLET CLUB for foresting forever imprints in life. An everlasting effect takes its place forever in to the minds of space. Lights shine bright in the imagination of human.

A forever lasting battle until the end, win or lose it all depends on your game for the fight it’s a must you must conquer the light that is before you beneath you and shine as bright as you can so that you can defeat your opponent and tell a good story.

Thank you for your sacrifice into this war and preparing us for battle against our livelihood against ourselves and others. Our enemies or our friends, witnesses to war, sacrifice our bodies for our shots at the NWA World’s Heavyweight Title. Ten pounds of gold felt around the bodies of our athletes.

IN AMERICA , Chaos not yet takes away from the shine of gold, the chase for our friends and family.

Joe DeFalco II, Future Stars of Wrestling, Transcript Interview

Future Stars of Wrestling is MECCA for the Athletes in the world. With Olympians in the sport, sports human jock for titles.

Joe DeFalco II at MECCA III with the Grand Championship Trophy at Sam’s Town.

Future Stars of Wrestling Heavyweight Championship, FSW No Limit Championship, FSW Tag Team Championships, Nevada State Championship, FSW Women’s championship, and MECCA Grand Championship are pound for pound the heaviest gold in The West Coast.

The FSW Wrestlers illuminate the night of the local scenery, and are promoted by the greatest wrestling promoter in Las Vegas history, Joe DeFalco II:

Words from Joe DeFalco II:

“The team found gold in 2009 at The Las Vegas Rancho Swap Meet. Doing well from what they thought, Joe DeFalco and Rocky T, from day one, put the show together.

Rocky T at MECCA III at Sam’s Town.

There are almost no local wrestling in almost ten years in 2009, and The Young Bucks and Kenny King were a few of the people on the first show. It felt very comfortable.

From day one, the idea was the run a wrestling promotion. In turn, we turned into a wrestling school. Mike Modest from APW moved to Las Vegas, NV. After four to five months, we thought we would run our own wrestling school so that we wouldn’t have send our guys to another wrestling school so that they make money from us.

A good amount of anyone if at the local shows were interested, and commercials using Monday Night Raw, people called if we had a wrestling school. It helped us get students and new fans.

We did one show at the Rancho, then went Silver Nugget Casino in North Las Vegas where a downstairs boxing room. First show in November 2009, “Superfly” Jimmy Snuka and his son Deuce trained in Vegas before getting signed by WWE. Being in the local schools since 1999, helping out; it took eight years after watching to do our own wrestling. 

Brian Cage tackles down Alex Hammerstone at Sam’s Town.

After a rocky start, and some licensing stuff, a few months after the first show, then the Silver Nugget November, we ran six-eight weeks for a couple of years, and had The Godfather with his fanbase being an ex WWE talent, solid guys like Brian Cage; in 2010, Brandon Gatson, Reno Scum, Kenny King, Disco/ Nobody had done something like it. Fortunately, people liked our show, and our fan base set up allowed us to go to Sam’s Town.

Social media became a main way of reaching your fans. It would be harder to sell tickets, and wait in line to buy them Social media took off, and in turn on Facebook, made it easier to buy tickets, save fees, and make sure fans knew about the show. Now, the fans don’t have to drive by something that we spend money on marketing now to do a show.

We would link with a good promotion like ROH out here to work together; help usb help them. Don’t use those if you don’t do anything for us. Small companies do their own thing, we do our own thing. We don’t look at other days, and it doesn’t matter if smaller guys run; it doesn’t affect us in any way.

Reno Scum takes on The One Percent in Las Vegas, NV.

If Life is Beautiful is running, a holiday, NASCAR, running multiple ays a month, it’s easy to miss a FSW if fans want to go see NASCAR, EDC, Life is Beautiful, why fight it?

We did day shows at Sam’s Town, our own arena, and made mistakes running against big events. We saw how much it hurt the loyal fanbase.

Things coming into town once year, and it’s somebody we want to see really. We love FSW, but it’s an opportunity to see Eminem, which is five years, once a lifetime situation. It’s the only time to see them. We understand that, stay on the pulse, and plan way ahead.

In June, we booked a show when EDC was running, so we learned don’t run this weekend. A situation with Vegas Knights when we ran during a playoff game, 3/5 missing regulars for that show to catch the playoffs Knights game. It really hurt us, so we will move to Friday if there’s a Saturday thing.

A loyal fanbase at shows come for certain wrestlers, match, big name guys. We have super indie guys, like a PWG show, Matt Hardy, Keith Lee, Brian Cage, a who’s who in the indie world. ROH fans, instead of going back to California or Arizona, stick around stay for another day. It’s a different style like ROH Wrestling, but they like the product. We like local guys, but we can’t spend that $200, and get the ROH guy for $50 to come to our show.

We have made shows after ROH weekend and drew better than ROH including the MECCA show.

The shows is what I like most about being in the wrestling business. The other stuff is very hard work. There are so many things it entails. You have to do two-three months work, putting things in order, getting the guys, seeing who’s available and who’s hurt, The payoff is two-three months work for a three hour show. It is universally praised as the best work they’ve ever seen.

There is the grind of having everybody think their issue a student or wrestling they have to deal with me. I have to deal with forty people; sometimes they feel neglected, not getting attention, getting what they want on a show, or want on the show, and care about what’s theirs and if at MECCA didn’t get the spot. I need the show to be the best show. A loyal guy to you, worked hard for the year long, but has a reason why they’re not on the show.

We hope there is another twenty new years of this, from where we started in 2009. In 2012 and 2013, we thought this is unbelievable. We can’t believe how old this is, now, almost 2019 we are so much bigger than we are 2013-2014. We forced and hammered relationships with the biggest companies in the world. We are doing IMPACT in November and February. So is the reason we worked with ROH in Vegas.

Taya Valkyrie with the FSW Women’s Championship Title, hand raised by Referee Justin Borden.

A spark is coming in China. Eight trainers and four students are working in China, to being the biggest promotion in China to invade the world. 

They saw his product and saw what he was doing; tried to poach their guys and take their spots at FSW to draw three hundred to four hundred people. They come in and have forty to fifty. There’s nobody to outwork me. It’s almost an impossibility to have more passion and desire. They come in sell tickets and make money. I don’t know if you can make money from the business. I do it because I love the business.

I wish we had Vince McMahon’s money. We are a mom and pop. We have our son. We have individuals helping us. We wish we could have people who say hay we would like an interview, here’s the schedule, and have other people help.

I put posters on electrical pole to flyer so that we know what to get done. Students want to just wrestle. We were at Thomas and Mac for WWE; someone put flyers in the dumpster when they were supposed to pass flyers.

Sixty to seventy precent never make it, or last at all. To risk company on that person? If I fail, it’s because I did everything I could do, and it wasn’t good enough.

The Ultimate goal is to probably run a functioning company that tours and work more than Vegas; tours Phoenix, Las Vegas, somewhere in California, even in New Mexico for one of our guys, MK. That would be super cool. Become being able to pay all the bills and not to have a regular job at all; live and breathe wrestling. I work all the time on the DJ booth, thinking about all the guys wrestling. We are thinking about wrestling doing our day jobs anyway.

Quoth the Owner, nevermore.

Joe DeFalco II”

Check out FSW Events:

Beers and Body Slams on Thursday, October 4

October 26, featuring Taya’s Women’s Title Match, Vampiro, Royce and Jorel

December 14, Against All Odds, Thirty Man Rumble, Winner Gets a Title Shot Against The Heavyweight Champion



Jeff Cobb with the ROH Television Title raised by Todd Sinclair.

Congratulations to the new Ring of Honor Television Title Holder, Jeff Cobb!

No question that Jeff Cobb is more powerful than other competitors. Exudes electricity mezmerizing and is fascinating. Cobb is macht standard of his craft.

We appreciate the drive and influence attributed to the title.

Cobb is killing it, falling all his opponents with a Tour of the Islands, rattled the professional wrestling industry. We have accepted that he is very good.

There is no fooling around; yes, Jeff Cobb is the man. Catch Ring of Honor to see what happens on the day.