sportsfanmas Posted September 10, 2016 Share Posted September 10, 2016 $10,000,000. What would a normal 17 year old kid do with $10,000,000? Probably buy a lot of clothes, video games, etc. Not me. I'm starting a wrestling company. Hey, don't look at me like that. It's my money, and I'll do what I want with it. My name is Mike Schaplowsky, and I am a 17 year old (I'm not really 17, but in 1997 I was, and since I am using the MA mod in December of 1997, well you do the math) high school senior. Wrestling has been a big part of my life since I was 9 years old. My first taste of wrestling was Royal Rumble 1989. I was hooked right away. I still remember Clash of the Champions 8, in which Terry Funk tried to smother Ric Flair with a plastic bag. I wanted to throw my remote through the tv, or hop through the tv and go after Funk myself. I've just come across a $10,000,000 inheritance from my grandmother who has passed away. Nobody knew she had it (this part is all fiction btw), so imagine the jaws that hit the floor when the will was read and I found out ALL $10,000,000 was in my name!!! And I'm investing it all to have a wrestling company in good ol' Kansas. I'm calling it Kansas Championship Wrestling, and starting from the ground up. No popularity, no prestige, but decent momentum. Wrestling has been a big part of Kansas for many years. I've seen a number of house shows and live television events in Kansas, and I'm honored to have a promotion in which for the foreseeable future, every single show will be based somewhere in Kansas. I have gathered a nice roster of about 16 guys, plus a referee, a road agent, and an announcer. While we won't have a tv contract for a while, I will be releasing our shows on home video. We'll have a weekly 1 hour show every Saturday night. I'll be revealing the roster soon, but anybody that has anything to add, please do so. I'm interested in any and all comments. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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