On Dec. 2, 14 people were murdered and 22 were seriously injured in a terrorist attack at the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino, Calif.
“Thirty-six people were seriously hurt or killed in that mass shooting,” said Jesse Hernandez, former WWF/WWE wrestler/referee and 20-year CEO of the Empire Wrestling Federation. “Those people were totally innocent victims. They had families who loved them. We need to help them, and simply sharing good thoughts and talking about it is not enough. They need financial help.
“We believe the best way we can help is by doing a fundraiser. It will happen April 15 here in San Bernardino. We’d like to invite everyone to come to the event, see some amazingly good wrestling and please donate, knowing that 100 percent of our proceeds go to the Dec. 2 victims and their families.”
The ‘San Bernardino Strong’ Professional Wrestling Charity Event, hosted by the Empire Wrestling Federation, will occur Friday, April 15 at the Fox Theater, 374 W. Court St., San Bernardino, Calif. Doors open at 7 p.m. with the action beginning at 8 p.m.
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Everyone involved in the fundraising event is donating their time. Every wrestler on the card has insisted that his standard pay be donated to the charity. Wrestling stars set to appear include American Champion Anthony Idol, Billy Blade, Tommy Mega King Wilson, Gary Yap’s Man in Black, the mysterious Dr. Kruger, former World Champion Ironman Mike Maze, the amazing tag team champions Uptown Andy Brown and Adrian Quest, veteran Hall of Famer and the original Mr. Wonderful of professional wrestling Rock Riddle and many others. More than two dozen wrestling stars have committed to this event.
Tickets are available at
http://empirewrestlingfederation.com/san-bernardino-strong…/ and at the door.
With ticket prices set at only $10, many attending will want to make larger donations which will be graciously accepted at the event.
Everyone involved including wrestlers, ring crew, announcers, videographers, ticket-takers, and even the PR companies involved are donating their time and services.
Additional information is available at
- Pro Wrestling On The Web
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