Few have worn as many hats in the world of professional wrestling that Bill Behrens. From 2002 through 2004, Behrens was the president of the National Wrestling Alliance. While acting as president, Behrens was the owner operator of NWA Wildside, operating out of Cornelia Georgia, NWA Wildside was known for starting the careers of AJ Styles, Ron Killings, and showcasing the top indy talent in the country. 300 Consecutive weeks of Syndicated television aired before the promotion closed its doors in 2005. Behrens continued to work closely with NWA Anarchy (the promotion that took the place of Wildside.)
Behren’s had worked with the WWE as well as TNA in various roles. And on the Independent Wrestling Scene, Behren’s has worked as a producer, a promoter, and currently heads the Show Business Inc., Wrestling Booking Agency. When Bill Behren’s joins the Alliance Guys Podcast Saturday June 15 we look forward to speaking about the business side of wrestling. How to quantify success in independent wrestling? Is promoting wrestling as easy as we (the fans) all think? Which talents he represents? And we’ll be discussing his thoughts on working with the National Wrestling Alliance, the Allied Independent Wrestling Federation, and other such wrestling alliances. Plus we’ll be taking your questions.
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