About this project
Pro Wrestling: the pop culture phenomenon that we all love! Everyone's heard of it! We've all grown up on it, and we all love it. Some of our greatest childhood memories are classic moments from wrestlings golden era. But since about 10 years ago, it started to become something that it's not. Where did it all go wrong?
"Talent Relations" is a brand new weekly episodic comedy web series taking you INSIDE the pro wrestling business as NEVER BEFORE! In the vein of popular sitcoms like "The Office," and "30 Rock," "Talent Relations" is a mocumentary describing what REALLY goes on behind closed doors at the corporate offices of a global wrestling empire! ...Hypothetically speaking, of course!
This is the show that wrestling fans and wrestlers themselves have been asking for! But we need your help! We can't do it without you! But don't worry! The beauty of Kickstarter is that you don't get charged unless we raise the ENTIRE amount! So there's zero risk to you! If you want to see Talent Relations up and running, please help out and contribute whatever you can, even if it's just a dollar! You have nothing to lose!
"Talent Relations" follows the fictitious United World Wrestling organization from its glory days as the dignified leader in sports entertainment, to the comedic shell of its former self which it has now become. Watch all the ups and downs as aging chairman, Don Consopolous and his army of yes-men make one hilarious misguided decision after the other!
Together, we as members of the wrestling community, have the opportunity to get our voices heard! Through comedy and satire, we aim to be the voice of comic relief in the pro wrestling business!
...Hypothetically speaking, of course.
Be sure to check out United World Wrestling on Facebook & Twitter!
- Facebook: http://tinyurl.com/UnitedWorldWrestling
- This video, Talent Relations, or United World Wrestling is in no way associated with any national wrestling company and is purely a work of fiction. It is a parody, for entertainment purposes only. This work is protected under the Copyright Law of the United States of America's Fair Use policy. Title 17, Chapter 1, Section 107. http://www.copyright.gov/title17/92chap1.html#107
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