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Name: Noam Dar Continue reading “Noam Dar”
Recently one of our contributers was able to interview one of the most highly decorated UK wrestlers currently working today, Kid Fite. Although perhaps best known for his work in ICW where he is a former Tag Team Champion (he teamed with fellow 55 member Sha Samuels), Kid Fite has also won championships for several other promotions including One Pro Wrestling, British Championship Wrestling, Dansk Pro Wrestling, Deutsche Wrestling Allianz, Preston City Wrestling and the Union of European Wrestling Alliances. As well as performing all across Europe at an incredibly high standard Kid Fite also owns and runs Premier British Wrestling and runs a training school that counts Kay Lee Ray and Noam Dar as it’s graduates.
By now we guess you are sick as a chip of reading everyone’s end-of-year awards? Best wrestler of the year, show of the year, etc, etc. So our year-end awards, in typical Calling Spots style, are a little bit different. So read on to find out who picks up the least important “awards” that they will ever win – albeit ones that thy have all worked incredibly hard to earn and are all deserving winners:
By Chris Pilkington
Wrestling in London – When talking with some friends recently it was suggested that the British style of wrestling, as it were, was dead. And whilst I agree that the traditional style has changed drastically, I see it as more of an evolution than a termination. Whilst British wrestling used to have definite distinctions that made it separate from other nations, modern British wrestling is a lot more inclusive, taking ideas and motifs from a wide range of other influences and blending them together into something unique. This ideology is a direct result of the melting pot of nations that these fair isles have become. A multicultural society leads to a multicultural entertainment.
In January 2012 I had the pleasure of interviewing an Indy star on the UK with a very bright future – Noam Dar – for an article we have in Issue 1 of the Calling Spots Fanzine. For the first time ever, I have published the actual interview in its entirety here:
Continue reading “Noam Dar Interview – Calling Spots Exclusive”
After months of wondering if this would ever happen…it has. The Calling Spots: Pro Wrestling Fanzine if finally here. It’s fun, it’s insightful, it’s ridiculous and it can be yours for just £2 (plus postage). We made this fanzine for you, not to make money or start a business, simply to give you something a little bit different. It is genuinely difficult to describe, all … Continue reading IT IS HERE