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Full Impact Pro two-day event to benefit Wounded Warrior Outdoors

T.E.C.H. (Trevor TC Read and Mike Monroe) will join forces with Edward Malken for Team Ronin Pro Wrestling during a two-night, 16-team, six-man tag tournament, hosted by Full Impact Pro on Friday, Oct. 23 at The Orpheum in Ybor City, Fla. and Saturday, Oct. 24 at Crossfit Country in Oviedo, Fla. The event benefits the Wounded Warrior Outdoors non-profit organization.
T.E.C.H. (Trevor TC Read and Mike Monroe) will join forces with Edward Malken for Team Ronin Pro Wrestling during a two-night, 16-team, six-man tag tournament, hosted by Full Impact Pro on Friday, Oct. 23 at The Orpheum in Ybor City, Fla. and Saturday, Oct. 24 at Crossfit Country in Oviedo, Fla. The event benefits the Wounded Warrior Outdoors non-profit organization. Photo By Jim Varsallone

Full Impact Pro will host a charity pro wrestling event featuring a six-man tag team showcase with 16 teams in a two-night inter promotional tournament to raise funds for the Wounded Warrior Outdoors non-profit organization.

FIP Fallout occurs at The Orpheum, 1915 E. 7 Ave. in Ybor City, Fla. on Friday, Oct. 23, and the following night it invades Crossfit Country, 571 S. Econ Circle in Oviedo, Fla.

The World Wrestling Network’s ambassador Trevin Adams says the upcoming charity shows will be dedicated to those who fought to protect this country.

“Day two is honoring the guys and gals who are our veterans,” Adams said on The Roman Show. “Every dime will go to wounded warriors.”

Adams said the shows will feature a 16-team tournament. Each three-man team will represent different promotions, including ACW, AWE, Believe, IWA MS, MCW, Outlaw, PGP, PWX, Ring Warriors, Ronin Pro, Tier 1, TSW, WWA4 and FIP.

“We are going to make it an inter-promotional tournament,” he said. “There may be some wrestlers who have been on FIP but are now representing a different promotion.”

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Adams said: “In some cases, local promotions draw many people locally, but when it comes to the reach of WWN Live, we have the ability to reach out on an international level.”

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