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Jerry Mires aka J-Rocc from Cleveland Knights Championship Wrestling Joins Us

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Jay Llewellyn and Nick Whitworth return for another week of The Pro Wrestling Pit Stop podcast on BlogTalkRadio. This week we welcome the Two-time Cleveland Knights Championship Wrestling World Champion Jerry Mires aka J-Rocc on our show. 

Jerry Mires has been involved in the professional wrestling game since 1998. Jerry was trained for his in-ring career by JT Lightning and Tracy Smothers. Jerry has just over 10 years experience in radio broadcasting. Jerry currently is an Instructor at the Ohio Center for Broadcasting, a host/producer for the Sports Fix and is a play by play announcer on WINT 1330-AM Integrity radio for the HS Football game of the week in Ohio. 

Jerry Mires has appeared on WWE Raw, Sunday Night Heat and SmackDown. Jerry Mires has also appeared on Impact Wrestling formerly TNA Wrestling's pay-per-view events, Syndicated show Xplosion and flagship TV show Impact. Jerry has also received the PWI 500 award from Pro Wrestling Illustrated in the years 2000 to 2005.

Jerry Mires aka J-Rocc has also received awards such as Most Hated, Match of the year, Wrestler of the year, Tag Team of the year, most popular and feud of the year between 2001and 2008 with multiple independent wrestling promotions.

Jerry Mires aka J-Rocc was also a member of a faction called Cleveland Mafia along with current Ring of Honor Wrestling stars Raymond Rowe of War Machine and Shane Taylor from 2008 to 2012. Jerry also received the Tag Team of the year award with Raymond Rowe back in 2006 with the International Wrestling Cartel.Jerry Mires was instrumental in the training of Impact Wrestling star Ethan Carter III, Ring of Honor star Shane Taylor, Briley Pierce (brother of WWE Superstar Dolph Ziggler) and many others.

This week's podcast can be heard tonight at 6:30 PM ET on BlogTalkRadio!