Hello pro-wrestling fans, for my first edition of “Harold Williams’ Weekly Wrestling”, which will feature coverage of WWE, AEW, and Japan, I wanted to take a moment to give an introduction of myself.
My story began in the 1990s when I was contributing to The Official Website of the NWO and WCW.com. In the early-2000’s, I began writing columns for many independent promotions that were based in various states. In 2004, I started working for the Michigan-based Ultimate Championship Wrestling as a publicist/columnist, and they were the biggest independent promotion in the state at that time. That next year, I started doing a column for 3PW, a Philadelphia-based promotion that had DVDs available for sale in stores nationwide. Working for 3PW led to me also working for the UK-based 1PW as a columnist. In 2007 I started working as a columnist for XCW, a Texas-based promotion that was seen nationally on MAVTV, had a national DVD deal, and also had PPV events.
Two years later I began working for Big Japan Pro-Wrestling as a columnist. I am currently writing for Michinoku Pro Wrestling. Since the time that I began writing for them, Michinoku Pro had a sellout, standing-room-only event on December 13, 2019, at the Korakuen Hall. The Korakuen Hall is known as a place where many historical moments in the Japanese pro-wrestling scene have occurred. It’s to Japan what Madison Square Garden is to the pro-wrestling scene in the United States. The event had an attendance of 1,890. That was the highest reported attendance at the Korakuen Hall to date for a pro-wrestling event since April 2015.
And now I am also a part of the E2GSports team, and looking forward to the ride!