Wrestling journalist Adam Leavelle used to provide his extremely distinguished opinions and feedback on the most hard hitting, and stiffest, examples of Professional Wrestling presented in its most serious form. With an elaborate career spanning over 15 years, Adam has worked with some of the more popular US promotions as on-air personality as well as behind the scenes, and he has developed a discerning sense that helps him weed out “over the top” gimmicks, and immature story-lines, to find and promote the PUREST form of the true sport which is professional wrestling. However, as of mid 2018, Adam decided to walk away from pro wrestling due to these things becoming more and more difficult to find.We still encourage you to follow along on the links below, and enjoy the informative and educational, as well as entertaining commentary and analysis he provides via online rants, and live videos called "The Right Take".
Having not completely given up on wrestling, Adam is the co-host of a monthly podcast titles "Adam and Jason save the wrestling world. On this podcast, Adam, along with the one time promoter of "Lancaster Championship Wrestling" go over everything that's wrong in the world of wrestling today, and what could be done to "save" the sport.
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WDR is sorry for all the great vets of Professional Wrestling that fought long, and hard, to keep professional wrestling respectable, honorable, traditional, and legitimate. That war was lost in the end. At least here in America. These days, to most workers, and fans, "respecting" professional wrestling means lending your support to any and everything that calls itself "wrestling." It means welcoming any and everyone that calls themselves a ""professional wrestler" into a once sacred brotherhood. The old guard that protected this industry died out, or simply gave up the fight, and wrestling is now a variety side show where one must take the good with the bad without complaint. However, this is exactly why "Wrestling Done Right" exists. WDR is here to discuss why wrestling just isn't the same, and how things could change, if the right people want them to. "Adam and Jason Save the Wrestling World" is here to lead the sport to salvation, if it is so willing.