CCW, RCW shows in June

 

Coastal Championship Wrestling returns to the (South Florida) Coral Springs Charter School on the southeast corner of Sample Road and University Drive in North Broward County on Saturday, June 22 for Summer Showdown.

CCW tag team champs and former WWE tag champs The Headbangers (Mosh and Thrasher) defend their titles against Dan Embry and The Illustrious Scotty Landon in a Texas Tornado, no disqualification match. Santos puts the CCW title on the line against John The Jet Enriquez.

A triple threat match for the Southeastern title features the champ MDK against former ECW, WWE, WCW and TNA standout Stevie Richards and Teddy Stigma. More matches as well.

Ringside seats (rows 1-4) are $15, and bleacher seats are $12 for adults and $8 for kids 11 and younger. Doors open at 7 p.m., and the first match is at 8 p.m.

For tickets and other information visit www.ccwevents.com.

•  RCW in San Antonio

Support the troops from 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Saturday, June 22 during the Alamo City Comic Con and Heroes and Fantasies, which includes River City Wrestling, at 4923 NW Loop 410 in San Antonio.

The Warrior Family & Support Center will be in attendance with discount ACCC tickets available to military, as well as special events, a commemorative issue of GI Joe and more.

River City Wrestling includes TNA superstar/RCW Icon Super-Mex Hernandez, RCW champ Sicodelico Jr., International champ Sammy Guevara, The King of RCW Don Juan, Samoan Beast Michael Faith with Kyra Maya, Steve Mac Attack McEnroe, Low Rider, Erik Ortiz and more.

There will be a 2-for-1 special on RCW T-shirts and DVDs of past shows. RCW is sponsored by Roof Doctor and Drury Inn & Suites.

For information, call 210-340-0074.

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