Fantasy Super Cosplay Wrestling, where cosplay meets pro wrestling in the ring, returns to Florida Supercon, one of the state’s biggest comic cons, from July 27-30 at the Broward County Convention Center in Fort Lauderdale.
The crowd-pleasing FSCW -- formerly Florida Super Championship Wrestling -- features indie pro wrestlers who depict comic book, video game, movie, TV and anime type characters, catering to the comic-con audience.
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Heather Kid Cadet Reicher, who will moderate Q&As throughout Florida Supercon, will serve as ring announcer for FSCW. Your referees Stud Magnum as Master Roshi from Dragon Ball Z, Mr. Mike and Bruce Owens as Bruce Owens.
Where else can you see a T-Rex with John Hammond from Jurassic Park deliver a Precambrian stunner; Teddy Long call for a cosplay tag team match; Jinx from League of Legends interfere to help Mileena from Mortal Kombat; Hercule Satan introduced by Jimmy Firecracker from Dragon Ball Z; Dovahkiin of The Elder Scrolls against Evil-Lyn from He-Man and the Masters of the Universe; and Daredevil dive off the top rope.
That’s the type of action/fun/show you get at FSCW... And the comic-con crowd loves it.
FSCW’s Florida Supercon roster lists indie wrestlers Aron Agony, Leva Bates, Alex Chamberlain, Jon Cruz, Elgin David, Dynamite Didi, Edward Malken, Dash Maverick, Mike Monroe, Trevor Read, Alexis Rose, Su Yung and more with some surprises. They will be wrestling in cosplay as some of their favorite characters.
FSCW conducts a show each day during Florida Supercon and is involved in other events.
Meet Pro Wrestling Legends at Florida Supercon
WWE Hall of Famers Mick Foley, Jerry The King Lawler, Lita, Teddy Long, Ric Flair and Sting will be part of Florida Supercon, signing autographs and posing for photos. There is a fee.
WWE alum Gangrel will also be at Florida Supercon. Michael Kingston, creator of the Headlocked pro wrestling comic book series, will have a booth, and Lawler will be displaying some of his spectacular artwork, which includes a cover of “Headlocked.”
Sting will only be there Saturday, July 29.