Ramaeno Posted June 14, 2006 Share Posted June 14, 2006 [CENTER][IMG]http://i66.photobucket.com/albums/h247/Ramaeno/NihonSport.jpg[/IMG][/CENTER] [LEFT][SIZE="3"][I]December 2005 Edition[/I][/SIZE][/LEFT] [CENTER][B][U]GOLDEN CANVAS GRAPPLING ANEW![/U][/B] [IMG]http://i66.photobucket.com/albums/h247/Ramaeno/GCG.jpg[/IMG] [IMG]http://i66.photobucket.com/albums/h247/Ramaeno/HanshiroFurusawa.jpg[/IMG] [IMG]http://i66.photobucket.com/albums/h247/Ramaeno/YoshifusaMaeda.jpg[/IMG] [IMG]http://i66.photobucket.com/albums/h247/Ramaeno/MichelangeloDAngelo.jpg[/IMG][/CENTER] [QUOTE][B][SIZE="5"]T[/SIZE][/B]oday before a crowd of fans and reporters gathered in the grand ballroom of the Nihon Palace Dice Hotel in downtown Tokyo, Golden Canvas Grappling president Hanshiro Furusawa and GCG World Heavyweight Champion Yoshifua Maeda staged a very important press conference. Many reporters initially believed that this would have been an announcement regarding rumours of the GCG ending its historical existence, however, many reporters were shocked when Maeda announced that, in fact, the company was quote, 'stronger than ever.' The two figureheads of GCG then introduced the new head promoter of GCG and this was truly shocking. They revealed one Fabrizio Ramaelli. Ramaelli, of Italian decent, came to the press conference with a translator admist much photography and commotion. Furusawa admitted that the pressures of the GCG presidency were taking their toll on him and that he sought out help from, quote, 'one of the most amazing men in the fighting world.' Ramaelli is a virtual unknown and many have to question the origin and motive of this man. Ramaelli announced that effective immediately, the GCG would go under a dramatic reconstruction and that the company has decided to 'freeze' it'self until the new year. In shocking news, Ramaelli announced the decision to end the GCG's telveision program, GCG: Stars of the Golden Canvas, citing that the GCG and the television network have both reached a mutually beneficial agreement to cease the production of the show. The network had previously confirmed that it had no intentions of picking up the GCG program after this television season ended. And in yet another blockbuster announcement, Ramaelli also stated that the GCG would infact, not be participating in the 2005 Wrestle Peace festival but that GCG would donate an undisclosed sum to international peacekeeping efforts. In the closing moments of the press conference Ramaelli announced that at the dawn of the new year, all of Japan would see a new GCG and vowed that GCG would become the most popular promotion in Japan once again. He said there would be new faces, old faces and a whole new format to GCG and that GCG would change the face of wrestling in Japan forever.[/QUOTE] Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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