This idea came to me after Senhor's latest thread in here and seabs post in it which I had to follow up on. It seems to me like European wrestling is on its way up. With promotions like Preston City in England and GBG Wrestling in Sweden on the rise and gaining momentum. And Danish pro in Denmark and WXW in Germany going strong one could assume that European wrestling indeed is picking itself back up after dying down in the 80's. This is in my opinion good for the business overall since it creates a bigger scene for European stars to work to gain experience and build themselves up, to hopefully get a contract in America or Japan. It aso builds the scene as more credible and big, giving fans an alternative to American or Japanese wrestling. And I think fans would enjoy going to bigger wrestling shows without having to wait for the yearly European tours. That also brings on the question, how large can wrestling in Europe become? Personally I'd say fairly big, bigger in some countries than others but overall big. It will never directly compete with WWE or NJPW but it could definitely become direct competition for companies like ROH, Dragon Gate and maybe even TNA if one company rises up just right. So for discussion: Do you think European Wrestling will experience a second golden age? How big do you think it can become?