Harley Race helps aspiring wrestlers
Harley Race will be running his 3rd annual Pro Wrestling Training Camp this fall. The camp, which is run in connection with Race's World Wrestling League, will take place from Sept. 21 to Sept. 24 at the Eldon Community Center in Eldon, Missouri.
The camp, which is open to current and aspiring professional wrestlers, will provide attendees the opportunity to learn from the WWE Hall of Famer. The camp will consist of cardiovascular, nutritional information, and weight training instruction as well as in-ring training.
Some of Japan's top wrestlers, including Kobashi, Kenta and Marufuji, will also be there to instruct on behalf of the NOAH organization in Japan.
WWE Vice President of Talent Relations John Laurinaitis will also visit one of the days to examine any prospects.
Race expects more than 50 wrestlers to sign up this year after enrolling over 30 last year.
Anyone interested in enrolling in the camp can call Race's training facility at 573-392-4100 or fill out the necessary forms at harleyrace.com