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Davey Richards retiring from pro wrestling in 2017?, TNA announces “Global Development Center”

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Davey Richards retiring from pro wrestling in 2017?, TNA announces “Global Development Center”



– TNA star Davey Richards seems to be teasing retirement from professional wrestling on Twitter. Richards noted that “2017 is the last year.” Richards is currently on a hiatus from Impact Wrestling after getting surgery in February for a torn ACL, which happened in January while in the UK. A typical ACL injury will sideline an athlete for 6-9 months. He teased retirement in 2010 so he could focus on other areas of his life but changed his mind and resumed his wrestling career. He posted this

– Former WWE star and now TNA agent Al Snow announced on his Facebook page that The Al Snow Wrestling Academy would be the “Global Development Center” for TNA. Here is the announcement:

The Al Snow Academy are very proud to announce that we are now the official “Global Development Center” for TNA Impact Wrestling.

If you have the passion, the heart and the desire to start the journey to become the best you can be then join all the other students who have already started the pathway towards a career in professional wrestling.

Learn the right way from the legend and former Head Trainer of WWE Al Snow.

The Main Man the one and only Doug Williams.

European and U.K. Great – James Mason

The Teacher, former WWE and TNA – Joe E Legend

TNA star Bad Bones – John Klinger

High Flying Red Eagle

German Woman star & MMA fighter Alpha Female

Muladi Badibengi Catch Wrestling Coach UKcc 2

A host of guest trainers.

Dec. Robbie E

London Academy Croydon

Midlands Academy Birmingham – Luke Doulton

Cheshire Academy Runcorn & Winsford – Andy Baker

As of January our International Student course lasting 3 months will begin. Please contact us for further details as places are limited.

Contact us on 07703 798194 for more details regarding sessions for your area.








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