GERRY BRISCO HEADS TALENT EVALUATION AT TRAGOS/THESZ HALL OF FAME

Posted February 14th, 2016 by 1Wrestling News Team

For immediate release:
Gerry Brisco heads 2016 talent evaluation in Waterloo, Iowa on July 22nd.

For the sixth straight year, Gerald Brisco will be evaluating professional wrestlers during the 2016 George Tragos/Lou Thesz Professional Wrestling Hall of Fame weekend in Waterloo, Iowa. The event will be held at the Five Sullivan Brothers Convention Center on Friday, July 22nd starting at noon. Last year’s event saw wrestlers from across the country get in the ring in hopes of getting to the next level.

The format of the evaluation is that each wrestler will wrestle a full match with introduction. After all matches are completed, Brisco, JJ Dillon, and any special guests in attendance will take time to talk to the group. Also, a few wrestlers will be asked to take part in the Impact Pro Wrestling show taking place Friday night.

The evaluation is open to male and female managers, wrestlers, and referees.

Brisco has been involved with professional wrestling for over 40 years and is currently employed as a WWE talent scout. JJ Dillon is former head of talent relations for the WWE. In addition to Brisco and Dillon, several independent wrestling promoters from throughout the country will be on hand to watch the evaluation as well.

Registration begins today and the cost of the evaluation is $200.00. All proceeds will go to benefit the Dan Gable Museum and the George Tragos/Lou Thesz Professional Wrestling Hall of Fame. Each year the event has sold out. In order to be considered, you will have to send a resume including a picture and the following information: Height, Age, and a description of your in-ring experience to Troy Peterson at WRESSHOW@YAHOO.COM.

The talent evaluation is part of a great weekend of professional wrestling. This year’s list of scheduled attendees includes Bob Backlund, Dave Meltzer, Lex Luger, Jim Ross, Dan Gable, Larry Hennig, Baron Von Raschke, Gerry Brisco, JJ Dillon, and many others to be added in the coming weeks.

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