Iowa FloFilms Block Party Tonight!

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In 2012 here at FloWrestling, we ventured into new territory when we shot The Program: Iowa. 

Since then we have produced seven total FloFilms involving the Iowa program or individual Hawkeye Wrestling Club athletes, with many of those films having multiple episodes. 

Tonight, starting at 6:00pm CST we are giving fans the opportunity to watch one, some or all of these films back-to-back-to-back etc.

Put it on in the background on your AppleTV, Roku or just leave it up on your computer.

I have been involved with these FloFilms from the beginning and between each series I give a little commentary on how the shoots went and some stories that didn't get told, much like the video at the top of this page.

This event will start at 6:00pm CST and will be live until the last film has finished, nearly six hours in total. Tomorrow the block will be available on demand.

Here is tonight's programming schedule:

6:00pm The Program: Iowa (ep.1)

6:18pm The Program: Iowa (ep.2)

6:30pm The Program: Iowa (ep.3)

6:45pm Mark Perry Driven

7:10pm Ramos (ep.1)

7:22pm Ramos (ep.2)

7:32pm Black and Gold

8:00pm Mocco (ep.1)

8:30pm Mocco (ep.2)

9:07pm Wild Man: Dan Dennis (ep.1)

9:33pm Wild Man: Dan Dennis (ep.2)

9:57pm Thomas Gilman: Love Me Or Hate Me

10:25pm TERRY 

We hope you enjoy this new experiment and we want to expand this concept into other avenues; blocks of videos on different teams, or individuals, or matches, or interviews or weight classes etc, the sky is the limit. Give us your feedback.

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