leftsaidfred Posted October 26, 2006 Share Posted October 26, 2006 For months, there has been rumors floating amongst the IWC of a new promotion. This promotion will focus on a variety of in-ring styles, to an extent unmatched by any other United States promotion. Based out of the Great Lakes area, it was questioned who its owner would be and . In November of 2006, JXG.com was launched. It consisted of a single page, with a black background and a flash animation of a clock counting down to January 1st, 2007. Nothing else was officially stated until that day. This was the message. [QUOTE=JXG.com]Welcome to the official page for JXG - Jackson Extreme Group. I want you to understand one thing, right now. I, Frank Jackson, don't want to end up like J.K. Stallings, Jr. See, J.K. has a modicum of fame amongst fans of wrestling due to his failed time as owner of the predecessor to TCW. See, I know Stallings. I respect Stallings. We're both computer programmers who have achieved a level of wealth with our creations. His automatic responder for e-mails and my automatic scheduler for personal communication. Nothing that really changed the world, but both programs were widely used and, as a result, paid for quite often. Stallings is a smart guy. He just can't work in high stress situations. That's what I heard from some college classmates of his, and his showing with TCW just kind of proved that. I'd like to think I'm different than that. That's what I hope to prove, anyway. Of course, I'm going a different route than J.K. did. He went straight to the national level and threw around money to solve his issues. I'm starting on a much smaller scale. I'm not investing nearly as much money as he did, "just" a million dollars. More than most indies, true, but still, a sizable chunk of change. Also, I'm trying to generate more of an underground appeal than he aimed for, so I'm really aiming to rise from the state of independents to the mainstream with the support of you, the fans. Additionally, he favored sports entertainment. I'm going the Hardcore route. True, DAVE has the market cornered here, but I think that Vibert & Nemesis' thinking is flawed. Not every match has to be a brawl infused with blood and weaponry. I plan to include more traditional technical and high flying work to add to the brawls. Some people refer to this as "cutting edge." I think it's a goofy name for this style, but I'm just one person. I'm still in negotiations with talent, but that's the plans for JXG. Look for our wrestlers to be announced soon. I've been a life long wrestling fan. While I have always found the mic work of Sam Strong, Tommy Cornell and their brethren entertaining, I prefer a solid in-ring product. I hope to present to you, the wrestling fan, a series of shows featuring talented workers who can talk and, more importantly, work. Strong style, brawlers, technicians, high flyers, spot monkeys - the best of the best will all be welcome here. I hope that we will entertain you in the near future, even (heck, especially) if your standards are as high as mine. ~FJ, 01/01/07[/QUOTE] Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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