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Next on News Seven-- one person is
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dead and a teenager is arrested following an argument in Roanoke.
Police say Michael Dent of Roanoke was stabbed to death.
The Olympic Park in Atlanta will reopen Tuesday morning.
And we'll have highlights and tell you when today's Die-hard 500 will air in its entirety.
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The News is next.

Newsbreak


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Good evening.
One man is dead and a juvenile
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injured following an arguement in Roanoke.
Police say Michael Dent of Roanoke was stabbed to death by a 17-year-old.
SUPER=03-Atlanta, GA;


Centennial Olympic Park in Atlanta will reopen Tuesday morning.
That word comes today from Olympic officials.
The park was closed yesterday after a bomb killed one person and injured more than 100.
SUPER=03-Montgomery Co.;


And if you want to get into big time wrestling, the Boggie Woogie Man may be your answer.
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And Jeff Gordan was the big winner in the DieHard 500.
We'll bring that and more at eleven.

Roanoke-Shooting


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A stabbing in Roanoke's Hurt Park Complex leaves one man dead and a teenager in jail.
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It happened near the intersection of Salem Avenue and 17th Street.
Police say Michael Dent of Roanoke was stabbed to death by a 17-year-old around 3:15 today.
Authorities say it was the result of an arguement.
The juvenile, who's name has NOT been released, was taken into custody and treated for a cut on his forearm.
He was later charged with murder.
There was a second arrest in the incident, but not for murder.
Police say 20-year-old Irvin Williams was arrested for shooting into an occupied dwelling.
No one was injured during the shooting.
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Atlanta-Bomb


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The Olympic Park in Atlanta will re-open Tuesday morning.
That word comes today following an explosion that killed one person and injured more than 100.
Meanwhile, federal investigators say they do have ``very good leads'' in their hunt for the bomber.
Regina Blakely has more.
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(( Federal investigators report some 'very good leads' in the search for the Olympic bomber, including eyewitness descriptions of possible suspects.

SOT David Tubbs, Special Agent, FBI

We have prepared some sketches, some composites. However, they are not to be released at this time until we have further evaluated the initial information.

Nat sot up ''Please open that up for us"


Because dozens of bomb threats have been called in since the explosion terrorized revelers in Ce7/8tenial Olympic Park Georgia National Guard troops are searching cars and boxes determined to prevent a repeat attack.

SOT UP "Those two boxes coming out , sir?"


Explosives experts continued their investigation and Olympic fans are being subject to tougher security checks. The security ring around the bomb site hurt vendors on the summer games busiest day.

SOT Peggy Singer, Olympic merchant

Unfortunately, though we're in a prime location, now we've been put out of business because oo this until it reopens.

Nat sot up Push in to Star of David flag with Kaddish song.


The attack brought back the tragic memories of the 72 Munich games. At an eveoi7/8g memorial service a sculpture of the Olympic rings was dedicated in memory of the Munich Eleven.
Standup... Regina Blakely, CBS News, Atlanta ))

TWA-Crash


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Searchers have located another large piece of fuselage from the TWA jet that exploded off Long Island last week.
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A National Transportation Safety Board representative says 153 victims have been recovered.
He hopes the finding will lead to the recovery of more victims.
An FBI representative says the search for evidence is progressing slowly.
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((JIM KALLSTROM/FBI: IT'S A TOUGH SITUATION DOWN THERE. WHEN YOU'RE TALKING ABOUT 3-4 FEET OF VISIBILITY IN AN AREA IT WOULD BE LIKE PUTTING A TELESCOPE ON THE WALL HERE AND ASKING YOU TO DESCRIBE THE ROOM. IT'S NOT AN EASY TASK))
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SUPER=03-Norfolk;


Last week's explosion has brought out the top experts in the field of deep water salvaging,
And some Virginians left Norfolk today to join the recovery effort.
The USS Grapple along with a crew of 104 left Little Creek Naval Amphibious Base at 3 this afternoon.
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Fiesta


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Each year, thousands of migrant workers flock to the Southside to find work in the tobacco fields.
And, as you might imagine it isn't easy for Mexican workers to communicate in another language.
Teresa Hamilton tells us about a Danville organization that's bridging the language barrier.
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(( For 15- years, a Danville organization known as the "Migrant Ministry" has reached out to Mexican workers.
Throughout the tobacco growing season-- the group provides weekly transportation for Sacred Heart Catholic Church to hold a separate mass in Spanish. nat sound
Various organizations, ranging from the Catholic Church itself to the local YMCA, lend support to the "Migrant Ministry".
This weekend's mass included a baptism as well as first communion for a handful of young people.
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((FATHER DAVID MCGUIRE/SACRED HEART CATHOLIC CHURCH: THE WORK THIS YEAR OF THE MIGRANT MINISTRY TEAM HAS BEEN PHENOMENAL.))
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((NOAH PEREZ/MIGRANT FARM WORKER:TODAY IS A WONDERFUL DAY FOR MY FAMILY AND ME BECAUSE TODAY ALL THE COMMUNITY, HISPANIC, IS TOGETHER IN THE CATHOLIC CHURCH. ))
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This weekend's service included a "Mexican Fiesta"-- after mass, dinner was served and games were played.
The "Fiesta" is a yearly event-- which marks the end of the season for the "Migrant Ministry".
For seven years, seminarians have helped out and will remain in Danville for a few more weeks.
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((ROBERTO CORTES/SEMINARIAN:WE DO A LOT OF VISITING AROUND, WE GO EVERY NIGHT OUT AND TRY TO HELP THEM WITH MEDICAL APPOINTMENTS, WITH CONVERSATIONS, AND JUST TALK AS A FRIEND TO THEM, TOO. ))
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More than 400- migrant workers took part in the Mexican Fiesta.
That's 150- more than attended last year. And, as word of the ministry spreads, an even larger crowd is expected next year. Teresa Hamilton, News 7.))
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HARD MUSIC UNDER
When News 7 continues,
Two all-male public colleges are dealing with admitting women.
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And,
Thousands of super heroes gathered at the Salem Civic center today.
We'll find out why they were there.
Kimberly?
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Kimberly in Wx Center
Rainy weather putting a damper on the last half of the weekend.
Rainfall totals have been as high as three inches in Rockingham County--
Meanwhile, up to an inch of rain fell around some of our reporting cities... Roll Lake Levels MUSIC UP FULL

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VMI


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The Board of Visitors at the Virginia Military Institute is getting ready for an important meeting this Tuesday.
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They'll discuss whether to admit women or try to privatize the school.
A recommendation will be presented to the U-S- District Court in Roanoke, which will likely supervise any changes.
Last month the U-S- Supreme Court ruled V-M-I violated Constitutional law.
V-M-I officials expect to have a final response to the court's ruling on September 21st.
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Citadel


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At the Citadel the two women enrolled in next month's class will more than likely be roommates and treated like any other cadet.
That according to Citadel officials.
At a private meeting yesterday officials agreed that it would NOT require women to cut their hair short, which is required of all male cadets.
The school's plan for admitting women will be released next week.
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Education


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A local lawmaker says the state should help local governments build schools.
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Local governments have traditionally carried the burden of financing school construction in Virginia, but Roanoke Senator John Edwards says the time has come to develop a new partnership.
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((SEN. JOHN EDWARDS/D- ROANOKE: TRADITIONALLY, THE LOCALITIES HAVE PROVIDED THE FUNDING FOR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS, BUILDING THE SCHOOLS. AND THE STATE HAS DONE THAT. I THINK IT'S NOW TIME FOR THE STATE TO TAKE A HARD LOOK AT WHAT THE STATE CAN DO TO ASSIST THE LOCALITIES WITH REGARD TO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS. THERE IS A NEED NOT JUST IN THE ROANOKE VALLEY, BUT THROUGHOUT THE STATE.))
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Edwards says one possibility is to devote more state money to low- interest loans.

B'burg-Chamber


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The Greater Blacksburg Chamber of Commerce hopes a name change will extend it's scope.
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Officials announced it will now be called the Blacksburg REGIONAL Chamber of Commerce.
The chamber has members throughout the New River Valley.
Officials say a majority of those polled favored the NEW name.
They say it will make the chamber a stronger force while lobbying certain issues.
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((PATTY COWLEY/CHAMBER PRESIDENT: IF WE STAND AS SIMPLY THE BLACKSBURG CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, THE INPUT TO THOSE OUTSIDE THE AREA IS THAT WE ARE ONLY REPRESENTING OUR TOWN IN THE TOWN LIMITS. BUT WHEN WE SAY WE ARE THE BLACKSBURG REGIONAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE WHEN WE'RE TAKING A STAND, THE IMPLICATION IS THAT IT'S A MUCH BROADER MEMBERSHIP, WHICH OF COURSE IT IS. ))
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The chamber has about 600 members.
It's setting up advisory committees with businesses outside of Blacksburg to keep the chamber informed about their communities.

Business-Review


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The small business incubator gets hatched in Roanoke County,
and,
R.R Donnelly is set to sink 30 million dollars of investment into a plant in Lynchburg.
Len Besthoff recaps the week's top economic stories in southwest and central Virginia with the News-7 Business Review.
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(( Nat Sot
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LBRAW 6:44
The recruiter who has brought a number of new employers to the struggling Martinsville- Henry County area is leaving for a new job in the Midwest.
Among Frank Novakowski's largest deals, luring Readicut Holdings, Ashmore Sportswear, and into town. LB RAW 5:18
The New River Valley Mall is nearing record occupancy levels.
Three new businesses opened this week, and an upscale womens store and a movie theater expansion are coming soon. LB RAW 5:53
After a so-so second quarter, Optical Cable of Roanoke County is anticipating a much stronger third quarter.
The fiber optic cable company is projecting that profits will be up FIFTY PERCENT compared to the same period a year ago. LBRAW 7:32
The Jafree Shirt Company in Wytheville is closing its doors after 60 years in business.
The company that once employed several hundred people blames NAFTA and the pending minimum wage increase. lb raw 8:51
A month after losing one of its largest accounts, Yokohama Tire in Salem will cut close to 50 jobs.
The company says the move has nothing to do with the cancelled contract, and more to do with excessive inventories. LB RAW 8:15 incubator video
The Roanoke Valley's first small business incubator is officially open for business, and it welcomed its first tenant this week.
Altogether, the people in charge of the project expect to house 15 to 20 businesses inside the building designed for fledgling firms. LB RAW 10:25
R-R Donnelley has unveiled plans for a 30 million dollar expansion to its catalog production facility in Lynchburg.
When completed in 1998 it will add about 40 new jobs to Donnelley's 900-member workforce. djia pre pro
Checking the Dow Jones Industrial Average for the week, it closed up 46 points, finishing at 5473.06.
Len Besthoff, with the News-7 Business Review. Nat Sot
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Soft Music Under
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Still to come on News 7 at 11,
We'll tell you how comics have become a big business.
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And,
Wrestlers from across the country are grappling with the idea of making it big-- but first they have to pass through Shawsville.
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Comics


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When comic books first came on the scene decades ago... they were considered a way to entertain children.
Now they're big business.
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The Roanoke Valley Comicon wrapped up its two day show... entertaining an estimated 750 visitors.
Thousands of comic books were available... and some sold for thousands of dollars.
While that may be good for business... it may be bad for the future of the hobby.
Promoter Richard Morgan says kids have a hard time collecting comics these days.
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((RICHARD MORGAN/PROMOTER: IT'S DEFINITELY NOT A KID'S MARKET ANYMORE. EVEN THE COVER PRICES ARE OUT OF REACH. TAKE A KID'S ALLOWANCE MAYBE FIVE OR TEN DOLLARS A WEEK AND ONLY GET TWO OR THREE BOOKS. ))
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Comicon wasn't all about comic books-- there were plenty of other collectibles too.
Also... proceeds from an art auction benefitted the Salvation Army.
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S-Diehard


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Dale Earnhardt escaped serious injury this afternoon in a crash at Talledaga and it was Jeff Gordon who won the Diehard 500.
Kevin Billingsley has more.
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SUPER=01-Jeff Gordon/Diehard 500 Winner; 2:57
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C-B-S will broadcast the race next Sunday.

S-Braves


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Rookie pitcher Shawn Estes held the Braves to only six hits as the Giants beat the Braves 10 to 3.
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A beautiful day in the bay area for the game.
In the top of the first Atlanta's Chipper Jones belts this solo homer over the left field wall and the Braves jumped out to the one to nothing lead.
San Francisco rallied in the third. Matt Williams hits this ball over Marquis Grissoms head for a double a runner scores and the Giants tied the game at one to one.
Then in the fifth, Barry Bonds hits SUPER=35-San

Francisco/10/Atlanta/3/;this shot deep over the right field wall for a two run homer the giants led 5 to 1 and San Francisco beats Atlanta 10 to 3.
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S-Yankees


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In the Big Apple this afternoon, The New York Yankees picked up their third straight win.
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In the bottom of the ninth, Designated hitter Darryl Strawberry hits this two run homer over the right field wall off Jason Jacome to give the Yankees the win.
For that and all of today's scores lets check the boards.
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Sports Tease


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And coming up, John Cook and Walter Morgan win golf tournaments a few notes from the Olympics.
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And the USTA Challenger tennis tournament opened at the Hunting Hills Country Club today.
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S-Tennis


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NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
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The USTA Women's Challenger of Roanoke opened this afternoon at the Hunting Hills Country Club.
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Today's action was the qualifying round for several of the players the matches continued throughout the afternoon.
Some of the top players in the world are competing, as 20 countries are represented in this years event.
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(( ))
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There's only one local player in the field. She's Cara Prupus of Blacksburg.

S-Golf


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John Cook came close to blowing a four stroke lead but he held on posting a three shot win in the P-G-A's Charity Classic.
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Cook started the day with the comfortable lead on former champion Bruce Fleisher.
He struggled on the back nine but managed a two under par 69 to pull off the three shot win over Russ Cochran.
Cook picked up 216-thousand dollars for his second win in a month. He won the St. Jude Classic with a near record 26 under par.
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In Long Grove, Illinois, Cigar smoking Walter Morgan picked up his second win of the season.
He shot an even par 72 and hung on to win the Ameritech Senior Open. He finished at 11 under par for a two shot win over David Graham and John Bland.
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S-Olympics


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WRITER=Roy
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A few olympic notes. The Dream Team picked up another win today beating Croatia 102 to 71.
The United State's baseball team came up short this afternoon losing to Cuba 10 to 8. But the U-S advances to the medal round.
And the U-S soccer team is in the finals. The team edged Norway this afternoon 2 to 1 to advance to the gold medal game.

Wrestler


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TAPE# 96-64
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He traveled the world for more than thirty years as a professional wrestler.
But it was Southwestern Virginia that captured his heart.
Now the "Boogie Woogie Man," Jimmy Valiant has settled down... and has settled into a new career-- teaching.
Scott Prince has the story.
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(( It's unlike any other camp you've ever seen.
Activities include body slams and drop kicks.
Campers are grown men... weighing in excess of 400 pounds.
And the counselor is the Boogie Woogie Man... former ring king Jimmy Valiant.
Under his watchful eye, these pro wrestling hopefuls are learning the ropes... and the turnbuckles.
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((JIMMY VALIANT/BOOGIE'S PRO WRESTLING CAMP: WHAT I'M TRYING TO DO NOW IS GIVE BACK TO THE KIDS WHAT I LIVED OUT OVER 30, 36-37 YEARS. ))
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Boogie's Pro Wrestling Camp was born four years ago just outside of Shawsville.
Business was slow in the beginning... but now dozens come every week to train under the wrestling legend.
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((VALIANT: WHAT WE WANT TO DO-- COMPLETELY FLAT-- GUYS KEEP YOUR ELBOWS UP. ))
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But Valiant doesn't just show them the technical moves.
He teaches showmanship too.
And now some of them are ready for the big time.
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((FRANK "THE TANK" PARKER/PRO WRESTLING STUDENT: I'VE SENT OUT A LOT OF VIDEOS AND RESUMES TO A LOT OF ORGANIZATIONS. GOT SOME GOOD RESPONSES, BUT JUST RIGHT NOW THE TIMING ISN'T RIGHT. BUT IT COULD HAPPEN ANY DAY. ))
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Frank the Tank didn't have to look very far to find the camp-- he's from Christiansburg.
Brian Lyle wasn't so lucky.
He had to move all the way from Las Vegas to learn from Valiant.
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((BRIAN LYLE/PRO WRESTLING STUDENT: I PACKED ALL I COULD IN MY CAR. I LEFT MOST OF THE STUFF WITH MY SISTER OUT THERE. ))
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Every time one of these men walks into the squared circle, they're one step closer to fulfilling a dream.
Many of them know it's a longshot... still they're willing to pin hopes on a Scott Prince, News- 7, Montgomery County.)) professional wrestling career.