The crowd-pleasing Fantasy Super Cosplay Wrestling -- formerly Florida Super Championship Wrestling -- returned to Florida Supercon on July 27-30 in the FSCW Arena at the Broward County Convention Center in Fort Lauderdale.
FSCW features matches with trained pro wrestlers who depict comic book, video game, movie, TV and anime type characters, catering to the comic-con audience. FSCW conducted a show each day during Florida Supercon, one of the state’s biggest comic cons, and talent also participated in meet-n-greets and Q&As.
There were some surprises as well, like Cobra Kai Sensei John Kreese (Martin Kove) from the Karate Kid getting involved in a match with Cobra Kai top student Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka) watching.
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Heather Kid Cadet Reicher, who moderated Q&As throughout Florida Supercon, served as ring announcer for FSCW. Your announcers Dave Garreau as Red Green from The Red Green Show/Canadian Public Broadcasting and Elgin David as Jimmy Firecracker from ZTV of Dragon Ball Z. Your referees Angel Crush as Harley Quinn, Mike Goodwin and Bruce Owens as Bruce Owens.
Next stop for #FSCW is Animate! Florida from Oct. 6-8 at the Miami Airport Convention Center.
Pro wrestling special guests at Florida Supercon
WWE Hall of Famers Mick Foley, Jerry The King Lawler, Lita, Teddy Long, Ric Flair and Sting appeared at Florida Supercon, one of the state’s biggest comic cons. They signed autographs, posed for photos, talked to fans and in some instances conducted Q&As. Most wrestling guests appeared July 28-30. Sting only there Saturday, July 29.
Leva Blue Pants Bates, Ronin Champ Alex Chamberlain and WWE alum Gangrel and Melina met fans, too, at Florida Supercon. Michael Kingston, creator of the Headlocked pro wrestling comic book series, had a booth, and Lawler displayed some of his spectacular artwork, which includes covers of “Headlocked.”