Former WWE superstar Goldust to appear at MMA Unleashed II in Melbourne

 

XSE Live announces a meet-n-greet with actor, author and former WWE and WCW superstar Goldust/Dustin Rhodes on Saturday, July 27 as part of MMA Unleashed II at the Melbourne Auditorium.

Goldust is one of the staples of the WWE Attitude Era, and he is a member of one of pro wrestling’s most legendary families.

As irony would have it, Dustin has worn gold around his waist for most of his decorated pro wrestling career. His bizarre and unorthodox antics pushed the envelope and helped to kick start one of the most profitable eras of the wrestling business in the late 90s. He has faced every top name that the sport has to offer and to this day, remains one of the most captivating and hardest working performers within the ropes.

Dustin is the son of legendary pro wrestling figure and WWE Hall of Famer The American Dream Dusty Rhodes. He is also the brother of current WWE standout Cody Rhodes.

Following the meet-n-greet, the amateur mixed martial arts event will feature 10-plus bouts. There’s also Big Mama’s prize patrol, a bevy of gorgeous ring card girls, vendors, the ever-popular divas pudding wrestling match and more.

Get tickets at all Buddy’s Home Furnishing outlets and at www.XSELive.com.

The event comes fresh off the heels of the inaugural MMA Unleashed which occurred before a sellout crowd in June. Check out a video package of that thrilling night of fights - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1pBX3Zt2Jjs.

This amateur MMA card is sanctioned by the ISCF.

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