Beyond Wrestling labels it the ‘final piece of the puzzle’.
Beyond Wrestling and former WWE World Tag Team Champion Kenn Doane a.k.a. Kenny Dykstra pushed out the announcement that they’ll be launching the Beyond Institute of Pro Wrestling in 2023.
In Beyond’s tweet about the venture, it is noted that talents could train at the institute and then make their debut at Wrestling Open, graduate to monthly Beyond shows and possibly catch the eye of a partner independent promotion.
The final piece of the puzzle 🧩
Imagine starting your training at @BIOProWrestling, debuting at weekly @WrestlingOpen shows, graduating to monthly @beyondwrestling events, catching the eye of an @indiewrestling partner promotion, and then?
Our track record speaks for itself… pic.twitter.com/fU0j6WfQ59
— Beyond Wrestling (@beyondwrestling) November 1, 2022
BREAKING: @kenndoane & @beyondwrestling partner to launch the Beyond Institute Of Pro Wrestling in January of 2023!
Trained by Killer Kowalski, Kenn is a veteran of over 2 decades with years of experience competing on live weekly wrestling programs including #UnchartedTerritory. pic.twitter.com/MTv8TlD2nn
— Beyond Institute Of Pro Wrestling (@BIOProWrestling) November 1, 2022
There were multiple independent promotions that moved over to the FITE+ streaming service. The likes of GCW, Black Label Pro and The Wrestling REVOLVER have moved their content libraires over to FITE+ and will be running live shows on the service.