British wrestling returns to FreeSports after the unceremonious collapse of 5 Star Wrestling in March 2018. Now, stepping up to the challenge, are the already established and hugely successful Revolution Pro Wrestling, one of the more desirable wrestling companies in the United Kingdom, with a reputation for putting on quality shows featuring the pick of UK and global talent for a rabid fanbase.
Viewers are taken into the heart of the rivalry between two teams of the North American Hockey League (LNAH): the Sorel Hawks and the Draveurs of Trois-Rivières. The documentary series highlights the daily lives of players, coaches, flamboyant team owners and their ardent supporters.
WCW Pro was a televised wrestling show presented by World Championship Wrestling. Along with WCW WorldWide, it was part of the WCW Disney tapings. The rights to WCW Pro now belong to World Wrestling Entertainment.
Pro at Cooking is an Internet-distributed educational series about cooking made by Dave and Davin Productions. The series is a comedic cooking show hosted by Dave Lee, also known by his Chinese name Dawei. Each episode features a female assistant, who tends to be a victim of chauvinism. The series is filmed in Toronto.
Pro Football Now is a 30 minute program that discussess the issues and games in the NFL. It can be seen on most of the Comcast SportsNet stations.
Pro Football Highlights, also known as Football News or Football Highlights, was a 30-minute TV sports program broadcast by ABC and the DuMont Television Network. The ABC version aired Fridays at 8:30 pm ET and the DuMont version aired Wednesdays at 7:30pm ET.
New Japan Pro Wrestling presents the biggest stars and best matches from the premier wrestling organization in Japan and the second largest and fastest growing wrestling promotion in the world. WWE Hall of Fame commentator Jim Ross and former UFC Heavyweight champion and NJPW veteran Josh Barnett provide English language commentary for the series.
The Pro-Am Poker Equalizer is a televised poker tournament in which professional poker players play Texas hold 'em against celebrities which began airing on ESPN in January 2007. In order to "equalize" the playing field, the celebrities start the tournament with 50% more chips than the professionals. The Pro-Am Poker Equalizer is commentated by Phil Gordon and Ali Nejad. The winners of each of the six regular episodes will face off in the final episode for a $500,000 grand prize.