Carlito, Sonjay Dutt, Matt Hardy, Hurricane Helms, Chris Masters, John Morrison will be in Miami for CWF show

 
 
Former WWE superstar Carlito (left) will be at the Continental Wrestling Federation show at the U.S. Century Bank Arena on the campus of Florida International University on Saturday, May 10 in Kendall. Also pictured is Florida indie wrestler The Beast.
Former WWE superstar Carlito (left) will be at the Continental Wrestling Federation show at the U.S. Century Bank Arena on the campus of Florida International University on Saturday, May 10 in Kendall. Also pictured is Florida indie wrestler The Beast.
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The Continental Wrestling Federation comes to the U.S. Century Bank Arena on the campus of Florida International University on Saturday, May 10 in Kendall.

The Masterpiece Chris Masters will tag with longtime friend and former tag partner Carlito to tangle with Shane Hurricane Helms and Matt Hardy.

For the CWF United States title, Sonjay Dutt, the Playa from the Himalaya, challenges the Guru of Greatness John Morrison in a Ladder Match.

The CWF Championship will also be contested when the Southern Stomper Luke Hawx (with manager Trina Michaels) defends his title against MDogg Matt Cross.

Cruz and Rios of Team Lucha challenge JD Maverick and Wes Brisco for the CWF tag straps.

Also, the Greek God Papadon goes toe-to-toe with King of the 450 Steve Anthony.

Cage battles Mike Mondo, and the man from the Jersey Shore Robbie E squares off with the wrestling redneck Cooter Brocephus.

Tickets are on sale at

http://cwfmaxforce.eventbrite.com.

• The Continental Wrestling Federation seeks area businesses. Affordable sponsor and promotional packages available including business name on event tickets as a presenting sponsor, live mention at event and more.

• Check out CWF on Facebook at

www.facebook.com/cwfmaxforce

or Twitter @CWFContinental.

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