Kings of the Ring

Season 3: ”Calling Kennedy” #25

January 1, 2021

Welcome to Kings of the Ring. A fictional wrestling saga inspired by the real-life stories of the 1980’s Pro-Wrestling Era, written and produced like an ensemble cast cable drama or soap opera.

The Novel Adaptations for KINGS OF THE RING:

Book (Season) One: The Rise of Cain (eps 1-11)

Book (Season) Two: Retaliation (eps 12-20)

are now available on Amazon!  300+ pages each with DELETED and EXPANDED scenes and much more!

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Previously on Kings of the Ring,

ABC News Exposed Reporter Michael Sluck, not only used journeyman wrestler KJ Parker to discredit pro-wrestling, but threatened the Empire and the Alliance with government intervention if they don’t fully disclose that wrestling is a work. While no one has taken any real action since despite attendance possibly being hurt by the controversy, Julian is considering just going with it, and owning it.

Jimmy Buck’s wrestling debut on WVBS taking on a woman, was a big hit that got him instant heat with the fans. Thor Hansen filmed his first movie, a major co-starring role beside Sylvester Stallone in Rambo!

After Corporal Punishment revealed he got himself a dream deal with Hasbro Toys, Julian Cain fired him, and Hercules Harris wasn’t pleased to hear Julian’s idea to abandon his career-long Hercules gimmick to be a generic racist stereotype of an African.

After Prince Abdullah refused to shoot on Thor Hansen, despite Charlie Gotch promising citizenship for his family trapped in Iran, through his government connections, Abby was disgraced and blackballed from the Alliance by Gotch, and fired by Julian Cain. The Prince stumbled on seven musclebound bouncers from a bar in Oshkosh, and had the idea to train them to be wrestlers, as his ticket back into the business.

Kings of the Ring is intended for mature audiences. Today’s episode would be rated MA for profanity and graphic violence. (awww, no graphic sexual scenes today???)

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"Kings of the Ring" is written and directed by @SteveTeTai.  Sound Design and editing by Mana Sports Media.  Voice characterization by Steve Te Tai, with Guest Voice Actors RJ City and Cyrus Fees.  For any questions or feedback email us at PartsUnknown@KingsOTR.com.

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