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Michael Sorg

Helping people tell their story.Podcasting guru that's hard at work building a little empire in my corner of the 'net with Sorgatron Media. Videographer that loves shooting for regional professional wrestling outfits, high school football, web series and documentaries.Video editor that's worked on safety training, promotional materials, and web content for over a decade.Social Media worker that's helping local companies get their message and vibe out there.

 

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Milestones

Milestones

March 14, 2016 9:57 am0 comments

IWC Fifteen

From the Sorgatron Media Creators Newsletter List for March 14, 2016.  You can Subscribe to it here or read the archive!

It seems like this has been a big year of milestones.  Wrestling Mayhem Show met it’s 10 year anniversary. We just filmed the International Wrestling Cartel’s 15 year celebration show over the weekend at IWC Fifteen.

So much of Saturday’s wrestling event threw back to the past.  A massive 3 way tag team wrestling threw back to a group of guys that were tearing it up 7 years ago when I first started going as a fan to these shows.  But as we looked back, we looked forward, featuring new talents that are what we hope to be the future of wrestling for the promotion, and maybe some you could see on your television like past IWC talents like DJ Zema Ion of Impact Wrestling (who returned this show), “The Drifter” Elias Samson in NXT or that guy names CM Punk.

When we hit our 10 year mark on Wrestling Mayhem Show, it didn’t mean we’re good and we should stay on our trajectory and keep business as usual.  Our show has changed multiple times from host lineups to formats.  This was a notice to me to kick things into high gear.   We aimed to get more people involved in the show from other venues to get more voices on the show, and pushing to grow the show further.

Looking at a company or project that hits a milestone isn’t a sign that they’ve made it.  It’s a sign the the work has just started.

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