FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
HOW’S SCOTT STEVENS JOINS THE TEN-X PROGRAM
CHICAGO, IL – July 10, 2023 – High Octane Wrestling (HOW) is pleased to announce that renowned professional wrestler, Scott Stevens, has officially enlisted in the TEN-X Program, an all-encompassing training regimen designed and developed by Michael Lee Best.
Scott Stevens, a seasoned name in the wrestling industry, has committed to undergoing this extensive training regimen to fine-tune his in-ring skills and return to his prime fighting form. The TEN-X program, celebrated for its all-inclusive approach, offers world-class training to wrestling athletes of all ages and experience levels, helping them achieve peak performance on a larger stage.
“It took some time, and a little humbling, to realize it.” Stevens said, in a released statement. “But there’s no shame in admitting when you need to get back to basics. Running with HOW on the road, touring cities again, rediscovering my sincere love of pro wrestling… it’s a great start. And joining the TEN-X program… that’s me doing whatever it takes to succeed and then some. Mark my words, y’all are gonna see a whole new Scott Stevens. And I know you’ve heard that before. But this time, you’re going to SEE it.”
Stevens’ commitment to the TEN-X program showcases his unwavering dedication to his fans, his profession, and his pursuit of excellence. His decision to join this innovative and rigorous program could serve as inspiration for others looking to work on their fundamental skills and rediscover their love for professional wrestling.
Michael Lee Best, the creator of TEN-X, also commented on Stevens joining his program:
“I don’t need to talk much about the relationship I have with Scott Stevens.” Best said. “But wrestling is a brotherhood, and seeing him step up, admit he needs a hand, and commit to getting back in shape – that takes a level of courage I do sincerely have to respect. I have faith that Scott can turn things around and I’m looking forward to seeing what he brings to the table.”
TEN-X has been operational since 2022, providing top-level training to independent wrestlers and established stars alike.