CCW in Fort Lauderdale on Aug. 17

 

Coastal Championship Wrestling returns to The Main Event Training Center at 7:30 p.m. Saturday Aug. 17 for its monthly Saturday Night Showcase.

An action packed card features CCW favorites and the young upstarts from the METC.

Also on the card will be several experienced pros looking including the much touted Bobby Ocean. CCW Manager Mr. J. is impressed with Ocean’s abilities, bringing him from Connecticut.

The air conditioned facility is at 312 E. Oakland Park Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, 33334. All seats are $7. Seating is limited, but tickets can be purchased in advance at www.ccwevents.com. There is extra parking at Dolphin Carpet & Tile.

• WWE Hall of Famer Jerry Brisco will be at the !BANG! TV Taping, Support Your Troops 95, at 7 p.m. Friday, Aug. 23 at the !BANG! TV Sound Stage in (Central Florida) Ocala. He will scout wrestling talent for WWE.

Headlining the card is a title match featuring third generation wrestler Romero Youngblood defending against triple sport star (baseball, football, wrestling) Quinton Drop-Back Hitchcock.

Also on the card, WWE Hall of Famer Dory Funk Jr., Johnny Magnum, Shane Chung, Hollywood Heather, Claudia The Claw Reiff, Jessica Power-House Hill, Ryan The Rogue Passmore, Bulldog Bryson Michaels, Hector Taino Alicea, Noah Spike Mayser and more.

Tickets can be purchased online at http://www.dory-funk.com or call for ticket information 352-895-4658.

To watch a video of the legends Dory Fuk Jr. and Jerry Brisco discussing wins and losses from the Funks vs. the Briscos, go to

http://youtu.be/vu6tHnhzKSA

To become a professional wrestler, visit Funk’s website at http://www.dory-funk.com or call 352-895-4658.

Join Dory Funk Jr. and wife, Marti, on Twitter, Facebook and Youtube http://www.dory-funk.com/bt-20.html.

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