Friday, May 9, 2014

NWA SMOKY mountain announces wrestling seminar by Les Thatcher 5-30 through 6-1 in Elizabethton, TN

NWA Smoky Mountain and Evolution Sports Gym proudly welcome Les Thatcher for one of his world-renowned seminars to East Tennessee. The three-day seminar begins Friday, May 30, and lasts through Sunday, June 1.
This is the Smoky Mountain area's opportunity to learn from one of the most experienced, well-respected and accomplished wrestling trainers in the country. With 54 years of experience in the industry as a wrestler, trainer, announcer, broadcaster, and booker, Thatcher has done it all.
Thatcher will work with seminar attendees on drills, psychology, matches, promos, basic fundamentals and so much more. Whether you are an in-ring worker, referee, manager, or announcer, Les has the experience to help you improve and fine-tune your craft.
As a trainer, Thatcher has worked in the developmental systems for both WCW and WWE. In his time as a trainer, he has sharpened the skills of a long list of top talent including The Shield's Dean Ambrose, former ROH world champion Nigel McGuinness, Steve Bradley, Chris Hero, Sami Callihan, Umaga, BJ Whitmer, Charlie Haas, Shannon Moore, Jimmy Yang, Jamie Noble, Shark Boy, Lance Cade, Kaz Hayashi, Chad Collyer and so many more.
To learn more about Les Thatcher visit
Here the is the schedule for the 3 day camp.
Friday, May 30 / 6:30 PM: Q&A with Les
Saturday, May 31 / 9 AM - 3:30 PM:  Day-long training session with Les
Saturday May 31 / 8 PM: Qualified camp participants may be asked to wrestle on the NWA Smoky Mountain Event that night in Kingsport, TN.
Sunday June 1 / 9 AM - 5 PM: Day-long training session with Les
(The end times are not set- Les Thatcher will stay to work with trainees as long as necessary).
Investment in the seminar is $75 and spots are limited. All interested parties can email to reserve your spot today.
Evolution Sports Gym is located at 103 Smoky Mountain Place in Elizabethton, TN

For more information on NWA Smoky Mountain visit our website at

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