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NEW ENGLAND'S LARGEST PROFESSIONAL WRESTLING SCHOOL, THE CHAOTIC TRAINING CENTER, IS NOW THE "NEW ENGLAND PRO WRESTLING ACADEMY"

North Andover, MA (July 6, 2011) - Effective July 1st 2011, the "Chaotic Training Center" (http://www.chaotictc.com), New England's largest school for professional wrestling is under new management and ownership and is now the "New England Pro Wrestling Academy."

Assuming ownership of the new school will be Brian Phillips, the former Head Trainer at the Chaotic Training Center. Phillips has worked as a professional wrestler for over a decade in New England and internationally. He has appeared in numerous promotions including appearances for WWE® (wwe.com). Brian was trained in New England by Jeff Costa and Steve Bradley. Brian joined the Chaotic Training Center in 2007 when he became the Head Trainer for the school and continues to wrestle for Chaotic Wrestling, NWA On Fire, Millennium Wrestling Federation and other organizations as "Straight Edge" Brian Fury.

The Chaotic Training Center was founded in 2001 by Chaotic Wrestling and Mike Hollow. In 2005, the center added "Killer Kowalski's Pro Wrestling School" as part of the organization. Hall of Fame wrestler, Walter "Killer" Kowalski made weekly appearances at the school until his death in 2008. Killer Kowalski's School will continue to be a part of the New England Pro Wrestling Academy.

The NE-PWA will continue with the training and legacies of the CTC and Killer Kowalski's Schools which produced numerous wrestling superstars including current WWE Superstars, Triple H® and Kofi Kingston®. Notable wrestling stars that have made appearances at the CTC are John Cena®, Tommy Dreamer, Goldberg and "The Rock" Dwayne Johnson.

The NE-PWA is currently open Tuesday and Thursday nights from 6:00 to 9:00 and Saturday mornings from 10:00 until 1:00pm. New Students are currently being accepted for the Summer and Fall. NE-PWA offers a safe, modern facility for professional wrestling training. Two 18-foot rings allow the trainers to give both newcomers and veterans the ability to train during training sessions. All aspects of the business are covered from in-ring training to character development to interview skills.

The NE-PWA will be launching its website, www.neprowrestling.com in the coming weeks with information on classes, training and upcoming beginner camps.

Chaotic Wrestling and the NE-PWA will continue to update and make announcements regarding the transition in the coming weeks.

NEW ENGLAND PRO WRESTLING ACADEMY
100 BELMONT STREET
NORTH ANDOVER, MA 01845

For information on the New England Pro Wrestling Academy:

Current Chaotic Training Center website, www.chaotictc.com
Email: info@neprowrestling.com
Phone: 978-852-8534

For information on Chaotic Wrestling or the Chaotic Training Center

www.ChaoticWrestling.com
Email: info@chaoticwrestling.com

The New England Pro Wrestling Acadaemy is not associated nor affiliated with World Wrestling Entertainment. It is a separate and independent organization which is responsible for and manages its own activities and affairs.

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