Back Breakers Wrestling School

Back Breakers Wrestling School


– Hey you!
You think you have what it takes
to become a
professional wrestler?
(soft music)
– [Announcer] Back
Breaker’s Entertainment’s
Independence Day Slam!
(people cheering)
(soft music)
– [Adena] You know you
always hear people say,
wrestling’s fake
and it’s scripted
and all that it’s a
lot more psychological.
Like, the psychology they
teach behind it, you know,
it’s not just like,
all right we’re gonna
beat each other up
and someone’s gonna win,
you know, like you’re
trying to get people
emotionally involved in it
and do things that make sense.
– [Justyn] There’s rules,
there’s base stuff,
that we do as wrestlers to keep
everybody on the same page.
Psychology changes it, but
you need that base first.
I do a lot of hands
on stuff here.
I’m in there most of
the time with them.
I work directly with
them, I’ve been out there.
I’ve done NXT, I did NXT
’bout six months ago.
I been on Raw, been on
SmackDown as an extra.
I’ve seen it, I’ve done it.
A-ight, ,so, got rid
of the class today.
This started off as
a training center,
turned it into a promotion,
and when we’re rolling with it,
but in the end it’s for
them to get show experience
and I’m super proud
of them for it.
(crowd shouting)
– [Announcer] Mike Mitchell!
(screaming and cheering)
– [Mike] When they
come over, hook me,
I keep it, push me
to the corner, I’ll
try, I’ll run at you
– Uh-huh
– You can…
– Give a (mumbles)
– We’ll do that and then
I’ll red heart the corner.
– Okay!
– If you want to
do it like that.
– Just reverse DDT,
some like that?
Just play it back and forth.
– Hey, what’s up? How are you?
– What’s going on, Kevin?
– Justyn Glory is doing
a great thing here.
He’s offering Northeastern
Pennsylvania, the opportunity
to become professional wrestler.
To chase that dream.
(cheering and shouting)
It’s kind of, unbelievable
to think about.
They probably,
never even imagined
that they could do this.
(clapping)
– Yeah come on!
(cheering)
– It sounds cliché
but wrestling got me
through a lot in my life,
from surgeries, to, you know,
being in hospital all the
time, things like that.
(shouting)
If it helps the storyline
or if it helps an angle,
I’m more than
happy to, you know,
take a bump here and
there, get beat up.
(painful screams)
– [Audience] Oh!
(clapping)
– I never wanted to be looked at
as the wrestler
who has disability.
As C.R. O’Malley I want
to be C.R. O’Malley.
I don’t want to be
that guy that has
spina bifida or whatever
that happens to be
in pro wrestling.
Come on tough guy!
(audience shouting)
– I’ve seen tremendous
growth in them.
They come a long way,
especially the girls.
(painful scream)
(audience shouts)
– I didn’t really know there
was things like this locally.
I just had my first like
actual match on a show
as this past September.
(audience groans)
I think for the guys at
first it was very weird.
– It’s very physical, you know,
so, most guys are brought up
not to hit women,
not to do this,
and then here we are throwing
each other around and…
So at first it was like
breaking that barrier
and having everyone understand
I didn’t join a ballet class,
I know what I’m in for.
Ahhh!
– I add in that, pressure
to, like, prove that women
can do this and should
if they want to.
So I feel like there’s more
pressure that, not to mess up.
(audience cheers)
– Two!
– [Sandie] I’ve gotten to know
all the guys and the girls,
through being here.
I have been going to wrestling,
oh my God, forever,
or at least it
seems like forever.
(soft music)
– [Justyn] Sandy is the best fan
I’ve ever met.
– [Sandie] It keeps me grounded
and, that is one of the
biggest factors and I enjoy it.
I get into it with the cane.
I try to beat them
up with the cane.
– [Justyn] And
then she would ask
if she come down
and watch training.
And I think for her
coming here to watch
and being involved, helps
mentally and emotionally too.
I don’t normally let
people from the outside
come in and watch,
but Sandie’s been so
loyal of helping out
to support the boys, I
could never tell her no!
– I feel like they’re my
adopted children, grandchildren
I don’t want to lose
that friendship.
(soft music)
– [Mike] Dear Lord,
please keep everybody safe
in and out of the ring,
it’s always great to be
around family and friends.
I thank you for, just
the great blessing
that you give us
every single day.
– Amen!
– [Crowd] Amen!
– You’ll see the culmination
of what they worked
so hard here for.
(clapping)
There’s a little
saying we have here.
“Preparation for hell is
worse than hell itself.”
Meaning, all the
training and the work
that you put in here,
the hours upon hours each week,
that you train in the ring,
it’s to prepare you for what?
A ten minute match.
And I hope you enjoy it.
(soft music)
– [Audience] 1, 2, 3!
(shouting)
– Come on down to The Back
Breaker’s Training Center
and get a little dirty,
get a little sweaty,
get a little tough.
Most importantly, you
gotta get a little, yeah!
– Ahhh!

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