The Roman Show goes live at Miami-Dade County Fair


The Roman Show will be Internet radio live at 7 p.m. at the Miami-Dade County Fair & Exposition, before the WWE NXT LIVE event on Saturday, March 30.

The Roman Show is a weekly Internet radio show airing on the Blogtalkradio Network, covering professional wrestling, mixed martial arts, entertainment and sports.

At The Fair, stop by The Roman Show table, where there will be free prizes. Also, the Roman Show staff will be photographing fans with the hosts to post on its website and social media account, instagram @romandh and Twitter @romandh.

The Roman Show is hosted by journalist Rodolfo Roman, who has appeared on Andrew Zimmern’s “Bizarre Foods” on the Travel channel. He is also a contributor to Huffpostlive and a freelance writer for The Miami Herald, Coral Gables Television and Comcast Newsmakers.

• First four likes on The Roman Show fan page will get a free prize. Just stop by the table to claim your prize by showing proof. Follow the show on Twitter and enter to win a free complimentary ticket to The Fair.

You can listen to the show live on your smart phone at the event by visiting, or listen to the show on the following apps iTunes and Stitcher Radio by searching for The Roman Show.

Watch past interviews with stars at

• WWE NXT Live at The Fair features eight matches with the opener at approximately 8 p.m. There will be a meet-n-greet for fans with WWE and NXT superstars and divas pre-show. Scheduled include Brodus Clay, The Prime Time Players (Titus O’Neil and Darren Young) and Naomi. Talent subject to change.

NXT is the official developmental group of WWE. Nearly 50 superstars and divas currently on the WWE roster traveled through the doors of NXT, formerly FCW, to hone their craft.

• The Fair is on Coral Way (SW 24th Street) at 112th Avenue. Gates open on weekdays at 3 p.m., Saturdays and Sundays at noon; Spring Break (March 22-29) at noon. General admission $10. Free admission for children age 5 and younger. Admission for active duty and retired military personnel $5 during weekdays (with military ID). Parking is free. Preferred parking is $15 per vehicle. Space is limited.

The Fair also offers many amenities for families, including stroller and wheelchair rental, lost & found, paved walkways, convenient sitting areas, lush landscape, diaper changing facilities/restrooms and more. Sponsors include KIA MOTORS, Pepsi and Sedano’s Supermarkets.

The Miami-Dade County Fair & Exposition, known for generations as The Youth Fair, is a private, not-for- profit organization that has donated more than $10 million in scholarships, awards and cash premiums to Miami-Dade students and is dedicated to supporting education and South Florida agriculture.

The Fair is now through March 31. For information visit or call 305-223-7060.

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