Premiere Wrestling Alliance’s Main Headquarters:
This office building was recently built in downtown Washington, D.C. Once a month the Board of Investors will meet at the headquarters to discuss PWA matters. The building is also full of various lawyers offices as well but for the most part is pretty empty. If you are interested in renting a space, call Pam Gould at 202-555-1111, ext. 33. The building is owned by Willmorite Properties but PWA has a five year lease.
PWA Tonight! Set:
This PWA production is filmed at various locations over the month but is hosted by Theresa Ford and Max Porter at Pitts Studios in Richmond, Virginia. The set is rather small, consisting of a large desk, two cameras, and a PWA backdrop featuring various wrestlers. Also included are the offices of Ms. Ford and Mr. Porter. They will be in their office most days looking up information on the PWA roster and looking for stories to do for the show.
PWA Wrestle Factory:
This place offers the opportunity to train for careers in the professional wrestling business as wrestlers, referees, managers and/or valets. Under the guidance of co-trainers Terminus of Gundan RTO and Nighthawk, we develop performers well-versed in every type and style of pro-wrestling on the planet, with working vocabularies in several languages. PWA Wrestle Factory teaches fundamentals as well as advanced techniques in all types of wrestling. Lucha Libre, Puroresu, European (Catch/Lancashire style), Mixed Martial Arts and Pro-Wrestling are all part of the regular curriculum at the Wrestle Factory, which strives to create the most well-rounded athletes in the business. With over 20 combined years of in-ring experience, Nighthawk and Terminus bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to each session, with a learning atmosphere unmatched anywhere in the world.
Hammerfist Securities Headquarters:
This small one story building is in Las Vegas, Nevada and owned by Mugs Hammerfist himself. Here he stores personal records on roster members and staff in order to keep tabs on their violent tendencies. A small 8x10 jail cell is included just in case if it’s ever needed. Also hidden in a back room is a various array of weaponry and ammunition for Mugs’ personal use as well as for his officers to enforce the law.
Dr. Houshmandzadeh Offices:
Yes even Dr. H somehow is able to have a place to work out of. For the most part he will be traveling with the roster at Violation events but when he’s not on the road he will be working out of his office in Oklahoma City. We use the term “working” loosely because it’s unclear whether he really know anything about medicine or not. Also working out of the office will be Nurse Savannah Cummings. As of now their medical license is under review in the state of Oklahoma.
Maelstrom’s Barrel of Ladies:
The legendary Human Hellstorm has taken his love for the ladies and constructed this strip club just outside of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Despite Mum Van Dyke’s objections, Maelstrom has put this business on the map. It’s a party all the time with various signed wrestling paraphernalia hanging from the walls throughout. Every Friday night is ladies night. So come check it out, bring your dollars, and visit Maelstrom. Heck, he might even buy you a lap dance.
This oil company near Waco, Texas is owned and operated by the 80-year old PWA investor Gil Silver. It is where he’s made his billions and is looking forward to pumping some of the cash PWA’s way. All though the oil field is dirty, the main office is clean and decked out in the finest marble tiles and stained wood. Mr. Silver’s office is dead center. Just watch your head for the cattle horns hanging off the walls as you walk in.
Guru Sporting Equipment:
Out of Richmond, Virginia, this multi-story building and business is owned by John Harkes. In the basement there is a swimming pool. The first floor includes basketball and tennis courts. Outside there is a track field surrounding a turf football/soccer field. This place isn’t all fun and games though as real business takes place on most of the floors. GSE is all about performance and competition. They will continue to pump dollars into PWA because Mr. Harkes sees the wrestling industry as a new playground for him to get into.
Headed by wrestling veterans Ace Wylde and Kevin Justice, the WrestlePlex has been the pinnacle of wrestling training schools since it opened its doors in the Spring of 1982. Many up-and-comers have passed through the Phoenix, Arizona school, in hopes of being big names in leagues across the world. Wylde and Justice, with a combined 30-plus years in the business themselves, are willing to train in almost any sort of wrestling style, and are renowned for their teachings. Many famous names have passed through these hallowed halls, including PWA superstars Dan Manheim and Jason Sandman, and have moved onto bigger and better things since leaving the school.