WWE’s Damien Sandow to appear in Immokalee for WWE NXT

 

WWE superstar Damien Sandow will make a special guest appearance for a meet-n-greet with fans before a WWE NXT show on Friday, March 15 at the Seminole Casino, 506 South First St. in (Southwest Florida) Immokalee.

Because of scheduling difficulties, WWE World champ Alberto Del Rio and Ricardo Rodriguez will not be unable to attend that WWE NXT live event, but Sandow is an ample replacement, sure to rile the crowd and the WWE NXT roster.

Nicknamed “The Intellectual Savior of the Masses,” Sandow burst onto the WWE scene last year. He has quickly become one of the most recognizable faces on WWE’s flagship programs, “Monday Night Raw” and “Friday Night SmackDown.” Vowing to raise the moral value in the organization, Sandow has stood face-to-face with WWE greats like John Cena, The Rock and D-Generation X.

Bell time in Immokalee is 7:30 p.m. with doors opening at 6:30 p.m. Eight action packed matches highlight the card, featuring more than 20 NXT superstars and divas. NXT is the official developmental system for the future stars of WWE.

NXT Live is sponsored by Buddy’s Home Furnishings and Brand Source Printing.

Tickets, ranging from $10 to $35, are available at Buddy’s Home Furnishings (1097 W Main St) in Immokalee. Tickets and additional information on the shows are available at www.NXTWrestling.com.

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