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GLOW plans 3-D PPV


Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling (GLOW) and StereoVision Entertainment Inc. have announced they have secured funding for the world's first 3-D pay-per-view event. A firm date has been set yet for the event, though late September or October are targeted.

In a press release sent out Wednesday, StereoVision said that Coldwater Capital L.L.C., a Nevada investment banking firm, has committed to supply the full funding necessary, up to $100,000 per month, to complete StereoVision's GLOW 3-D pay-per-view production.

"With Coldwater Capital we now have the final player to complete our 'Virtual Dream Team' for the production of the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling 3-D Pay Per View event" said StereoVision's CEO Jack Honour in the press release. "Along with award-winning producer-director Rocco Urbisci, and his production partner pay-per-view impresario Neal Marshall, Ursula Hayden owner of the GLOW league, and new team anchor Mark Neuhaus, banker/race car driver, can now together create a first ever pay-per-view event, with blockbuster potential. With the WWE grossing $6 to $8 million on their monthly pay per views, and GLOW historically pulling better TV ratings than WWE when broadcast head to head, we're very optimistic about a substantial gross from the GLOW Pay Per View event."

In an earlier press release, Ursula Hayden, GLOW's owner and a pro wrestler (The Farmer's Daughter) said "GLOW and StereoVision are a perfect fit. I'm sure our fans will enjoy the added dimension 3-D brings to our shows, and I have complete confidence in the StereoVision team. I'm certain this first ever live 3-D women's wrestling pay per view event, is going to be a big hit."

GLOW was a much-scorned wrestling company in the mid-'80s by wrestling purists. Syndicated throughout the continent, GLOW featured outlandish characters, spandex, big hair, and Sylvester Stallone's mom, Jackie, as one of the managers. And who can forget The Soul Patrol, Debbie Debutante, Suzy Spirit, Jungle Woman and Spanish Red? The promotion's best-known grad is Tina Ferrari, better known today as Ivory in the WWE.

StereoVision Entertainment Inc. is a publicly traded Nevada multimedia corporation listed on the Over The Counter Bulletin Board Exchange, with an office in Van Nuys, Calif. StereoVision has interests in 3-D film and video production, independent filmmaking and distribution, entertainment content acquisition, and music production, publishing and distribution.

-- SLAM! Wrestling

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