Also announced for those shows are Sami Callihan vs. CIMA and El Generico & Samuray Del Sol vs. Genki Horiguchi & Ryo Saito.
The promotion is still looking for a new venue in NYC proper. One of their goals currently is to find a new "home building" that they can regularly run in to try and build an audience. The loss of BB Kings and the ECW Arena really hurt the company in the last year. In the case of the Arena, that is well documented. BBs management decided they would rather fill dates with musical events as they make the lion's share of their money selling food and alcohol and the wrestling set-up (and the fans, honestly) didn't push sales high enough to where keeping wrestling over a musical act made sense from a profits standpoint.
DGUSA is holding a wrestler tryout/seminar on 11/4 in Long Island.
DGUSA has released Mercury Rising 2012 at www.dgusa.tv. This was a hell of a show and worth picking up. It features what may was, to date, the last great Sabu match and an insane six man. Featured on the DVD:
*PAC, Masaaki Mochizuki & Ricochet vs. Low Ki, Akira Tozawa & BxB Hulk
*Open The Freedom Gate ChampionJohnny Gargano vs. Masato Yoshino
*Chuck Taylor vs. Samuray Del Sol vs. CIMA vs. Rich Swann vs. Lince Dorado vs. El Generico
*No Rules Fight: Sami Callihan vs. Sabu
*Arik Cannon vs. AR Fox
*Jon Davis vs. Bobby Fish
The DVD features Bonus Features Kick Open The Golden Gate, Johnny Gargano's Long Road Back, The End of The Arena and an alternative angle highlight video.