INDY NEWS: Glacier Joins the Team Vision Dojo / I Believe in Wrestling School - New Florida Champion
Saturday, April 08, 2017
WrestleMania brought everyone to Orlando and the Team Vision Dojo hosted over a dozen seminars, podcasts, and events with Larry Zbyszko and many guests including Marty Jannetty, Virgil, Colt Cabana, Joey Ryan, former Team Vision Dojo trainer Nick Dinsmore, and the newest trainer at the Dojo Ray "Glacier" Lloyd.
Glacier is best known for his work in WCW but worked for many years prior with Dusty Rhodes at Turnbuckle Championship Wrestling. In recent years, Glacier has been involved in acting as well as wrestling a few events here and there including I Believe in Wrestling events.
Starting next week, Glacier will be running classes at 9am on Tuesdays & Saturdays. Everyone is very happy to have him aboard as he's a very good wrestler and a great person. Glacier will also be teaching private lessons before and after his 9-11am classes. Other times for training include Mondays & Wednesdays 7-9pm and Tuesdays & Thursdays 4-6pm. Open ring time and other private lessons are also available.
The Team Vision Dojo hosted the 5 wrestling events during WrestleMania week and last night, held another I Believe in Wrestling event BELIEVE 138. Here are the results:
1. CT Brown pinned Axx Clover (6:16)
2. Chasyn Rance & Kaci Lennox beat Rex Bacchus & Rey Xion (10:25)
3. Leo O'Farrell beat Chico Adams via DQ (4:22)
4. Carlos Gabriel pinned La Dinamita Solar (6:59)
5. AWA Florida Tag Team Champions Jonny Vandal & Tyranus beat Carlos Rivera & D. Ramos (6:32)
6. Daniel Drennen beat Aaron Epic via DQ (8:22)
7. Josh Hess pinned SCW Florida Heavyweight Champion Rhett Giddins to win the title (20:00)
In the main event, Hess defeated Giddins to end his 727 day reign. In it's near 20 year existence, the title has been held by many well known wrestlers including Yosh##atsu Yamamoto, MVP, Lince Dorado, Moose, Jesse Neal, Scott Andrews, and more. This is Hess' biggest accomplishment.
BELIEVE returns on Friday, May 5, 2017 for the 9 Year Anniversary event. In the main event, Josh Hess defends the Florida Heavyweight title against Rhett Giddins in a Loser Leaves Town match. There will be a host of other matches including qualifiers for the 2017 Florida J Cup which takes place at the Team Vision Dojo on Friday, June 2, 2017.