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Posted On 10/25/2013 By In News

TNA Impact Wrestling Announces Gut Check Seminar (Press Release)

TNA issued the following press release:

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TNA’s Gut Check Seminar Scheduled for Nov. 9, in Toledo, Ohio

Nashville, Tenn. (Oct. 25, 2013) – TNA WRESTLING announced today it is accepting applications for the upcoming Gut Check Seminar in Toledo, Ohio, Saturday, Nov. 9, at the SeaGate Convention Centre.

The two-hour Gut Check Seminar offers instruction and advice from TNA personnel and industry veterans as they evaluate aspiring wrestlers, announcers, managers, valets and referees on promos, drills, simulated matches and in-ring work, with the possibility of earning a spot on the TNA roster.

“The Gut Check Seminars have proven to be a fantastic way for undiscovered talent to get noticed,” said Executive Vice President of Television Production and Talent Relations John Gaburick. “A number of great wrestlers discovered through the Gut Check Seminars have made the TNA roster and are seen by millions of fans around the world each week on IMPACT WRESTLING.”

Recent “Gut Check” winner and the newest Knockout, Lei’D Tapa, who is making her presence known each week on IMPACT WRESTLING airing Thursday nights on Spike TV, came through the ranks of a Gut Check Seminar to earn a TNA contract this past February.

Below are details of the upcoming Gut Check Seminar taking place prior to the IMPACT WRESTLING WORLD TOUR event scheduled for later the same evening in Toledo:

SeaGate Convention Centre
Saturday, Nov. 9
2 – 4 p.m.
Application Deadline: Nov. 7

Click here to apply for the Toledo Gut Check Seminar. The initial application fee is $20 and space is limited.

Application link – http://fs21.formsite.com/GutCheckLLC/form8/index.html

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  • nt1999

    never really rated gut check… a bit weak