While the COVID-19 pandemic continued to dominate the headlines last week, a few positive nuggets of news still developed through the Albertan independent wrestling scene. The Top Talent Wrestling Academy made an exciting announcement in anticipation of their expected launch in April. The week also saw Real Canadian Wrestling unveil a series of new title belts, and finally, in an exclusive interview with the WCSN, Brian Pillman Jr joined Spencer Love to chat about the New Hart FoundationDavey Boy Smith and, of course, his own exploits wrestling in Alberta.

Not caught up on all the action? Now you can be! It’s the latest edition of Last Week in Alberta Wrestling, your source for the most up-to-date information across the Albertan wrestling scene!

Brian Pillman Jr Discusses New Hart Foundation, Davey Boy Smith in Exclusive Interview

Last Friday, we were joined by Major League Wrestling star and Warrior Wrestling champion Brian Pillman Jr for an exclusive interview covering a wide variety of topics. As part of the conversation, Pillman Jr shared his thoughts on Davey Boy Smith’s WWE Hall of Fame induction, as well as chatted about his experiences working with fellow 2nd-generation superstars Teddy Hart and Davey Boy Smith Jr as part of the New Hart Foundation. Excerpts from the interview can be found below.


Davey Boy Smith, His Dad in WWE Hall of Fame

New Hart Foundation, Teddy Hart’s MLW Release

The Omen Joins Top Talent Wrestling Academy

On March 19th, the Top Talent Wrestling Academy announced that The Omen Gabriel Lestat would join the school as their physical trainer.

Lestat, a 15-year veteran of the wrestling scene, has turned heads worldwide with his innovative offence and intensity inside the squared circle. Recently, Lestat journeyed to Mexico on the invitation of wrestling legend Konnan for an extended stint training south of the border.

Full story on the WCSN.

RCW Unveils New Championship Titles

On Sunday, Real Canadian Wrestling unveiled a series of new championships, with new physical titles created for the promotion’s Heavyweight, Commonwealth, and Tag Team titles.

Full story on the WCSN.

Additional Dates Postponed Due to COVID-19 Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic continued to impact the independent wrestling scene last week, forcing the postponement of an additional trio of shows across Alberta.

Last week, both Real Canadian Wrestling and Monster Pro Wrestling announced delays to a trio of upcoming events, with RCW forced to cancel last weekend’s


RCW Postpones Additional Dates

MPW Delays August 4th Event


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