The Greek God Papadon on The Roman Show to talk CWF invading Miami in May


Continental Wrestling Federation

See Matt Hardy, Carlito, Sonjay Dutt, Hurricane Helms, Chris Masters, John Morrison and more

Saturday, May 10

U.S. Century Bank Arena

Florida International University

Kendall (Miami)

Independent wrestling promotion Continental Wrestling Federation will be making its Miami debut with an event at Florida International University in Kendall featuring young talent and veterans of the squared circle.

Former WWE superstars Matt Hardy, Chris Masters, Carlito and The Hurricane, TNA Impact wrestling stars Wes Brisco and Robbie E. and young talent like Luke Hawx and Greek God Papadon will be invading the U.S. Century Bank Arena on Saturday, May 10.

In an exclusive interview with The Roman Show, Greek God Papadon said to expect a refreshing yet interesting wrestling show.

“It will be an amazing card,” said Greek God Papadon, real name Dimitrios Papadon , who is based in New York.

He will compete against the “King of the 450” Steve Anthony.

“I’ve known Steven Anthony for a while,” he said in an interview with The Roman Show. “It is the first time we are going to wrestle. We are both talented individuals. We want to impress the audience.”

Also on the card, WWE veteran John Morrison vs. TNA superstar Sonja Datt in a ladder match for the CWF United States Championship. More matches are expected to be announced.

The company started in 2012.

Jay Stone, real name Jay Greenfield, head of officials for the promotion, said CWF is trying to bring new light to independent wrestling in the Sunshine State.

“This year we are trying to top anything that the Florida independent wrestling scene has seen in years,” he said.

To hear the interview and learn more on the event visit:

For tickets, go to:


• Rodolfo Roman of The Roman Show

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