BREWER – Silence fuels creativity. Limitless Wrestling owner, Randy Carver, spent his Wednesday in a hush Limitless Dojo.
Brainstorming ways to keep Limitless Wrestling relevant during the COVID-19 outbreak.
“We’re just going to try some new stuff we’re basically talking to the roster right now figuring out what can we do at a time like this how can we keep relevant how can we keep pumping out content so people who want to continue watching Limitless Wrestling when we can’t run shows right now,” Carver said.
Whether it’s safely hosting matches in the dojo, podcasts, or releasing previously unseen content, Carver has peace of mind knowing his promotion will survive.
“It’s been four and half years of blood sweat and tears put into this and a lot of time. It’s not something that we obviously wanted to see crumble at a time like this and it could have,” Carver added.
Between events in southern Maine and Orono, Carver has profited enough to survive the pandemic, a situation other small promotions aren’t as lucky to be in.
“There’s just not a simple way to come back from this when you sink who knows hundreds and thousands of dollars into promoting shows and you know you’re end goal is for those to happen and not lose a ton of money and a lot of places are hurting right now,” Carver.
The growth, only possible with Limitless’ dedicated fan base.
That continues to fuel the creative mind, as its audience steadily craves more.
“There have been fans who have been refusing refunds and wanting us to keep the money to kind of make up for the damages of having a show canceled and the advertising that we put into that and that means the world. That’s something that may not seem like a ton to someone but to us that’s really cool that we have people who care that much about what we’re doing,” Carver added.