Steve Corino, Headbanger Mosh, New Jack, Jesse Neal, Tyson Tomko, Big Vito at Ring Warriors on Aug. 11 in South Florida

 

Ring Warriors returns with a big TV taping at 2 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 11 at Club Cinema, 3251 N. Federal Hwy, (South Florida) Pompano Beach.

More than 40 performers including all the Ring Warriors regulars like Grand Champion The Marquee Bruce Santee, Global Tag Team Champions The Black Nature Boy Scoot Andrews and Billy Fives, Bahamian Champion The Dark Child Chance Prophet and Battling Bombshells Champion La Rosa Negra.

Also former WWE and TNA star Tyson Tomko, The Original Gangsta New Jack, The King of Old School Steve Corino, former five-time World Champion Scrap Iron Adam Pearce, former WWE Tag Team Champion Mosh of the Headbangers, former World Tag Team Champion Kory Chavis, former TNA star The Dog of War Jesse Neal, The Slambinos (former WWE, ECW, TNA star Big Vito LoGrasso, Francisco Ciatso and A.J. Jannazzo), plus Q.T. Marshall, Los Ben Dejos, Lince Dorado, Mia Yim, Leva Bates and more.

Tickets just $5 and available in advance at http://www.ringwarriors.net/tickets.html or http://www.ticketfly.com/event/334037-pro-wrestling-tv-taping-ring-pompano-beach/

Watch the TV spot at: http://youtu.be/6HD2FDww944

Get a sneak preview of Ring Warriors TV: http://youtu.be/G06A4lSJ7nM

For information, visit http://www.ringwarriors.net or http://www.facebook.com/ringwarriors.

RCW in San Antonio

River City Wrestling, San Antonio’s brand of professional wrestling for 11 years, is Saturday, Aug. 10 at the Aztec Indoor Soccer Arena, 9870 Marbach Rd.

Doors open at 7:30 p.m., and the event starts 8 p.m.

RCW will donate a portion of the event proceeds to The 100 Club of San Antonio, an organization that supports the families of law enforcement and firefighters who have fallen in the line of duty.

Tickets will be sold at the door (cash or credit card). Front row, all ages $15; general admission, adults $12; general admission, kids age 4-18 and adults with a military or student ID $10; and children 3-years-old and younger are free. Advance tickets are online at www.rcw-wrestling.com or www.ticketweb.com. Advance tickets are cheaper than those sold at the door with group discounts available.

VIP packages are available at the door (cash or credit card): $25 for front row, $20 general admission adults and $18 general admission kids or military or student ID. VIP passes include a meet-n-greet backstage with RCW stars, a free hot dog and soda ($3 value), a free 11x17 color poster ($2 value) and first choice of seating. The VIPs will be allowed to enter the building first when the doors open.

The meet-n-greet starts at 7:30 p.m. when the doors open until the start of the show.

Headlining the event will be former TNA Knockout Alissa Flash facing Angelina Love, a multi-time TNA Knockout champion, to determine RCW’s first Angels Division Champion. The Angels Division consists of beautiful, athletic and talented women of the squared circle, and those two exemplify that.

Also, TNA wrestler Hernandez will face Stix Rob Love in a Bull Strap Match.

Other matches include RCW champ Steve McEnroe defending against Nemesis with Baby Patrick; RCW International/Phoenix champ Sammy Guevara vs. Joey Super Shot Spector; a Stretcher Match between Honkey Kong and RCW Ring King Christian Valenz with Chris Sifuentes and Mr. O.

The crew of The Billy Madison Show will be in attendance. BMS can be heard 5-9 p.m. Monday-Friday on radio station 99.5 FM KISS in San Antonio. Hernandez, Flash and Baby Patrick will appear on the Friday, Aug. 9 edition of BMS.

For information, call 210-842-8398.

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