TNA Lockdown on Miami: Meet-n-Eat with Austin Aries at Choices Vegan Cafe


Meet-n-Eat with Austin Aries

3:30-5:30 p.m.

Saturday, March 8

Choices Vegan Cafe

646 NE 79th St.


TNA Impact Wrestling star Austin Aries will host a special “Meet-n-Eat” 3:30-5:30 p.m. Saturday, March 8 at Choices Vegan Café, 646 NE 79th St. in Miami.

Those who mention the Austin Aries “Meet-n-Eat” will receive free organic iced tea with any purchase.

Aries, a respected plant-based health advocate, will be in Miami for the TNA Wrestling Weekend. The TNA Fan InterAction is two sessions (9 a.m. EST and noon EST) on Saturday, March 8 at the Airport Hilton, and the TNA Lockdown pay-per-view is 8 p.m. EST Sunday, Match 9 at the BankUnited Center at the University of Miami in Coral Gables.

“I wanted to create a unique opportunity for fans to come mingle with me in an informal setting, while getting to share another side of me, outside of pro wrestling, that I'm just as passionate about,” Aries said. “I'm looking forward to some great food and great conversations. Bring an open mind and an empty stomach.”

Twitter: @AustinAries

The TNA Lockdown pay-per-view, with each match in a steel cage, is 8 p.m. EST Sunday, March 9 from the BankUnited Center at the University of Miami in Coral Gables.

TNA champ Magnus vs. Samoa Joe.

Team MVP (Jeff Hardy, team captain MVP and The Wolves Eddie Edwards and Davey Richards) vs. Team Dixie ( Austin Aries, team captain Bobby Roode and The BroMans Robbie E and Jessie Godderz).

TNA Knockouts champ Madison Rayne vs. Gail Kim.

Kurt Angle vs. Ethan Carter III.

The Great Muta, Seiya Sanada and Tigre Uno vs. Bad Influence (Christopher Daniels and Kazarian) and Chris Sabin.

Mr. Anderson vs. Samuel Shaw.

Cowboy James Storm vs. Gunner.

For information on Lockdown visit

Follow TNA’s social channels including @IMPACTWRESTLING and @TNADixie on Twitter and on Facebook at .

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