Mission Pro Wrestling will be back on the road soon.
The all-women's company returned to live events in September 2020, but has mostly stayed in their home base of Texas. The promotion has run various outdoor fairs and festivals in different states, but those events have been on a hiatus.
During a Highspots Sign It Live, Thunder Rosa provided an update on Mission Pro traveling.
"We were. They were a lot of fun," Rosa said about the outdoor fairs and festivals. "Unfortunately, there was some issues with the organizers and we have to stop for now, but we're probably going to start going back on the road again in 2022."
Mission Pro does have a show on October 23 in Texas entitled Don't Fear The Reaper.
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The company is also helping to raise money for Jazmin Allure's Mother who is undergoing chemotherapy for breast cancer. You can donate by clicking here.
Along with helping run Mission Pro, Rosa is signed to AEW and one of the top female stars in the company.
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