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It’s a big day for Heath Slater because his wrestling school is open for business

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It’s a big day for Heath Slater because his wrestling school is open for business

In the wild and wonderful world of professional wrestling everyone who strives to achieve their dream in the business has one thing in common: they all had a first day. Everybody trains to be a wrestler if they want to be the best and they need to surround themselves with people who know what they’re talking about. Now there is another amazing option to learn the art of pro wrestling for people in the Atlanta area because Heath Slater has announced the Face 2 Face Wrestling School is now open for business.

Some of Face 2 Face’s other trainers include names like Jazz, Curtis Hughes, Ron Simmons, Teddy Long, and other veterans who know a thing or two about working in the ring. Of course, Heath Slater is also going to be around to assist in training as well when he’s not making towns with WWE.

These coaches have been there and want to teach students the proper way to take bumps, respect the business, and do the right thing. Mr Curtis Hughes was also instrumental in training Heath Slater, Apollo Crews, and GFW star Moose so even though the school is new their coaches already have alumni to be proud of.

If you’re in the Atlanta area or want to make it a destination to hone your craft in the pro wrestling biz, Face 2 Face certainly seems like a good place to do it. Heath Slater is thrilled about this news and why shouldn’t he be?

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For years to come some of WWE’s biggest starts might very well get their first taste in the ring at Face 2 Face with their impressive roster of veteran coaches.

Heath has kids and now he has a wrestling school. Best of luck to Heath and the crew at Face 2 Face Wrestling School.

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