For months I have been teasing big things coming on Wrestling Express and now after months of secrets and keeping my mouth shut everything can be told. After a lot of planning and hard work and for the first time ever we will give you the fans the opportunity to have a live chat with a wrestling legend, wrestler, or personality. In the case of this live chat you get the chance to socialize with a legendary referee who has been in the business for a long time which tells you just how good a ref he is; Mr. James Beard will be live on Wrestlingexpress.net tomorrow at 5pm EST and 4pm CST to answer all of your questions. Now I am going to tell you a little about Mr. James Beard:
James has worked in various territories including WCCW, USWA, UWF, GWF, and various others. This means that James has had the opportunity to work with some of the biggest names in wrestling at the time like the Von Erichs, Freebirds, Ric Flair, Harley Race, Dusty Rhodes, Jerry Lawler, Bruiser Brody, Stan Hansen, and the list goes on and on. Also James had the distinct opportunity to work with various names that would impact modern wrestling like Jeff Jarrett, Steve Austin, Scott Hall, Shawn Michaels, Mick Foley, The Undertaker, The Rock (Flex Kavana) and various others. If that wasn't enough then me saying James is still refereeing today for mostly NWA territories in the southern region and has worked with Bruce Tharpe, Rob Conway, NWA World Champion Jax Dane, Hiroshi Tenzan, and others. Now this isn't just a list of who he has worked with and where he has worked this is more for you to better understand where James Beard has come from and just how many people James has worked with.
Let me add that if your a fan of 1980's wrestling then this is one live chat that you don't want to miss, because this could be a dream come true for you. Even if your not so much a fan of the 1980's or early 90's it doesn't matter, because it is always fun to learn about the past as it better to have at least some knowledge of where you came from instead of being completely clueless.
I love looking back wrestling's past. I view my job as bring new life to the part of wrestling some people thought was gone.