Jamie Noble Seminar, Bret Hart talks if he’s cancer free or not

Jamie Noble body


Create-a-Pro wrestling academy is hosting a seminar run by featured guest and former ROH/WWE star Jamie Noble.

Noble, a current WWE producer as well as former ROH World Champion and WWE Cruiserweight Champion, will be at the Rahway Rec Center on Saturday, April 30th from 12 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. The cost of the seminar is $50 and participants are asked to contact C-A-P in advance to reserve your spot.  I would highly highly recommend that all indie workers who are serious about getting their name out there, attend this seminar.  Jamie is a great worker and has strong ties with WWE. If he likes what he sees, then that’s really good news for you about getting into WWE.

















Bret Hart


Bret Hart talks about his cancer on the sharpshooter podcast, This is what he had to say about if he’s cancer free or not:

There’s no real way of knowing. I have to get checked over the next few years. Prostate cancer is a very touchy kind of thing. It’s a little bit like breast cancer. It’s one of those cancers that if you get it in time you can be a survivor rather than a victim of it. I was one of those guys that got checked kind of regularly. I was smart enough to jump on it when I got checked and my doctors were on top of it in the early stages of it. I had my prostate removed two weeks ago. It’s been a difficult recovery but in saying that I think it’s safe to say, my doctors and I, that the cancer was contained within the prostate. Which has been removed. I should be cancer free hopefully for the rest of my life. It’s just a matter of me slowly recovering and taking my time. I know a lot of fans out there have said a lot of prayers and stuff for me. I appreciate that. Right now it’s in God’s hands where I go from here. There’s a lot of people where the cancer comes back. Once I deal with it a second time it won’t be an easy fight if it comes back. God willing, I think I’ve nipped it in the bud so to speak. I hope that I can have a full recovery. They say it could take anywhere from eight months to two years to recover from prostate cancer surgery. I am optimistic. I am a strong willed kind of person. I put a lot of faith in my doctors. I truly believe that I’ll get better and I’ll be %100.