Meet WWE Hall of Famer Dusty Rhodes at Miami-Dade County Fair


WWE Hall of Famer and Florida wrestling legend The American Dusty Rhodes will lead a group of talented wrestlers as XSE Live presents the “Superstars of Wrestling” at 8 p.m. Friday, March 14 at the Miami-Dade County Fair, 0901 SW 24 St., Miami, 33165.

Now in its 63rd year, the Miami-Dade County Youth Fair & Exposition’s entertainment lineup includes some of wrestling’s most recognizable stars. For one night, the Superstars of Wrestling will thrill audiences with their eye squinting and jaw dropping body slams and tangles.

You’ll see:

Dusty Rhodes, best known by his fans as The American Dream, has a magnetism that simply draws audiences to him. From Florida to New York City, crowds line up to see Rhodes deliver his Bionic Elbow to rivals.

Carlos Colon Jr., a Puerto Rican professional wrestler better known internationally by his ring name Carlito. He made his debut performing on the main event of WWE SmackDown as Carlito Caribbean Cool. He is a former United States champion and Intercontinental champion and has been part of the Raw and SmackDown brands. He is the only wrestler to win a championship on two separate debuts in WWE and the second Puerto Rican to become Intercontinental champion after Pedro Morales.

Wes Brisco, an American professional wrestler known for his time in Total Nonstop Action Wrestling, where he is a former member of Aces & Eights. He is a member of the famous Brisco wrestling family as the son of former Championship Wrestling from Florida mainstay Gerald Brisco and the nephew of former NWA World champ Jack Brisco. The Brisco Brothers are WWE Hall of Famers.

Jesse Sorensen, an American professional wrestler heartthrob, is best known for his time in Total Nonstop Action Wrestling, where he suffered a severe neck injury. Sorensen's doctors estimated that he could need up to one year to fully recover from his injury. In 2013, a fan asked him when he will come back. Sorensen said there will not be a come back, but there will be a new beginning.

Kenneth Cameron, an English professional wrestler and actor. He is best known for his work as a wrestler on WWE programming.

Also part of the Superstars of Wrestling Live lineup are: Arthur Haug, JD Michaels, Lince Dorado, Tom Lamiter, Johnny Armani, Eli Vega, T Bone Funk, Michael Laccharin, Mark Silva, Andrew Levine and Steve Madison.

This free entertainment is included with the price of Fair admission.

General admission $12 with free admission every day, all day for children 5-years-old and younger, as well as adults 65-and-older. Admission for active duty and retired military personnel is $6, Monday-Thursday with Military ID. Offer valid for active and retired military personnel and up to three guests. Guests must present coupon available only at

Parking is free, every day, all day. Preferred parking is available for $12 per vehicle. Preferred parking is limited. The P*O*P Unlimited Ride Card is $25 Monday-Friday and P*O*P Weekend Unlimited Ride Card is $35.

The Youth Fair is on Coral Way and SW 24th Ave. Gates open at 3 p.m. on weekdays and at noon on Saturdays and Sundays. During Spring Break (March 21-30), gates open at noon.

The Youth Fair also offers many amenities for families, including stroller and wheelchair rental, lost & found, paved walkways, convenient sitting areas, lush landscape, diaper changing facilities/restrooms and more. Sponsors includeCoca- Cola, KIA, and Sedano’s Supermarkets.

The Miami-Dade County Youth Fair & Exposition, known for generations as The Youth Fair, is a state of Florida chartered, private, not-for- profit organization that has donated more than $10 million in scholarships, awards and cash premiums to Miami-Dade County students and is dedicated to supporting education, showcasing youth achievement and promoting South Florida agriculture.

The Youth Fair will occur daily March 13-30. For information, visit or call 305-223-7060.

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