December 6, 2021
Las Vegas, Nevada
The wrestling industry is abuzz this morning as news broke late last night that PRIME is returning to action in 2022.
After closing its doors nearly a decade ago at Soldier Field in Chicago, the crown jewel of Primetime Central has long been missed by fans, who have perennially wondered if the Chicago-based promotion was really done for good. Turns out it isn’t, as owner Lindsay Troy announced on the TEFP podcast that she was bringing the global phenomenon back in the new year.
“I’ve heard the PRIMEates loud and clear for ten years…they’ve missed our brand of wrestling, our performers, our staff,” Troy said on a phone call this morning. “The time was never right until right now, and I’m beyond excited to be at the helm once again. There are big things in PRIME’s future and I hope you’re all just as ready to be a part of it as I am.”
With a new home base in Las Vegas, Nevada, a partnership with the MGM Grand casino, and a rumored working relationship with SHOOT Project, where the Queen of the Ring currently competes, in the works, it appears as though things are looking bright for the promotion that proudly states they are “Number One by Definition.”
“Just wait,” the Queen continued. “You thought we were the best in the game before? You haven’t seen anything from us yet.”