Al Roberts Wrestling is creating independent professional wrestling videos
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I'm Alan Bish, or as I go by on the independent wrestling scene, Al Roberts. I've been filming, editing, recording commentary, producing DVDs, and uploading professional wrestling in western PA since 2003. My credentials include work for nearly every major promotion in the area, including IWC, UCW, APWF, KCW, DCW, Phoenix Pro Wrestling, Warriors Wrestling, and numerous others. For many years, I have been maintaining a YouTube channel at youtube.com/alrobertswrestling where I upload footage at workers' requests as well as promote companies with promos and in-camera shows. While it's been a creatively rewarding hobby, it's not a very profitable one. Recent changes to my life (job change, raising children) as well as to YouTube's revenue system has made being a wrestling videographer a financially unviable activity for me. That's where Patreon comes in. With your support, I can better offset the costs of travel to and from shows as well as purchase upgrades to make my output better. I thank you in advance for helping me move my hobby into a career.
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At this goal, I will upload one new video a week to the Al Roberts YouTube channel on Sundays. It will either be a classic match from my extensive video archives OR an episode of one of the two wrestling shows I've previously produced: UCW Undisputed Television and DCW DiamondCast.
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I'm Alan Bish, or as I go by on the independent wrestling scene, Al Roberts. I've been filming, editing, recording commentary, producing DVDs, and uploading professional wrestling in western PA since 2003. My credentials include work for nearly every major promotion in the area, including IWC, UCW, APWF, KCW, DCW, Phoenix Pro Wrestling, Warriors Wrestling, and numerous others. For many years, I have been maintaining a YouTube channel at youtube.com/alrobertswrestling where I upload footage at workers' requests as well as promote companies with promos and in-camera shows. While it's been a creatively rewarding hobby, it's not a very profitable one. Recent changes to my life (job change, raising children) as well as to YouTube's revenue system has made being a wrestling videographer a financially unviable activity for me. That's where Patreon comes in. With your support, I can better offset the costs of travel to and from shows as well as purchase upgrades to make my output better. I thank you in advance for helping me move my hobby into a career.

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