From Ref to Ring: Will Cuevas

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Will Cuevas made news this past August in PREMIER Wrestling when he put away his referee shirt and pants for a pair of wrestling trunks and boots. PREMIER fans only knew Will Cuevas as one third of the best referee trio in the bay area along with Tom Castor and Sparkey Ballard. But, when PREMIER announced he would step in the ring to compete as a wrestler, it had all the fans buzzing. Continue reading

PREMIER Profiles: “The Filipino Dynamo” John Redito

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PREMIER Wrestling was created in 2013 to bring back the importance of wins and losses in the sport of professional wrestling.  Every win moves you closer to a shot at the PREMIER Heavyweight Championship; every loss moves you further down the ranks.  We’ve seen early losses in a PREMIER Wrestling career that turn into a positive. Marcus Lewis started out 0-2 in PREMIER but now has won three straight to bring his record to 3-2 and put himself in position to contend for the championship at our next event on Saturday, March 22nd in Gilroy, CA. Continue reading

Jeff Cobb Faces Marcus Lewis in Number One Contender’s Match

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This November, two Athletes that define what it means to truly be PREMIER will face off for a future Heavyweight Championship title shot. “Mr. Athletic” Jeff Cobb (4-1-1) and Marcus Lewis (3-2) will be giving their all in Gilroy, CA for a chance at the golden belt.

In August of this year, “Mr. Athletic” Jeff Cobb put on one of the toughest fights in PREMIER history. Facing the God of War J.R. Kratos (5-2), Cobb would put on a valiant effort only to be defeated by the new champion’s chokeslam-powerbomb combination. “Mr. Athletic” took the loss as a lesson and is now set on reclaiming the championship he held for over a year. This path goes through a number one contender’s match and a young athlete on an incredible rise.

Marcus Lewis bounced back from a rough start at PREMIER. After losing his first two matches to the most veteran Athletes on the PREMIER roster – “Old School” Oliver John & The Almighty Sheik – Lewis managed to go three-in-a-row undefeated culminating with a win over southwestern sensation Dom “The Bomb” Vitalli (0-1). Now his efforts have brought him one victory away from a shot at the PREMIER Heavyweight Championship.

Will “Mr. Athletic Jeff Cobb move closer to reclaiming the Heavyweight Championship or does Marcus Lewis have what it takes to face the victory of Dutra vs Kratos III? Find out for yourself live on November 22nd, 2014 at the I.F.D.E.S. Lodge – Portuguese Hall in Gilroy, CA. Tickets are on sale at Showclix for just $10 each!

Doors open at 4:30 pm, first bell rings at 5!

The I.F.D.E.S. Lodge – Portuguese Hall is located at 250 Old Gilroy Street in Gilroy, CA.

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