Bill Goldberg leads a stellar list of pro wrestling talent coming to Magic City Comic Con – www.magiccitycomiccon.com – Jan. 16-18 at the Miami Airport Convention Center.
Goldberg will be appearing Saturday, Jan. 17.
WWE Hall of Famers Hacksaw Jim Duggan, Ron Simmons, Jimmy Superfly Snuka and Greg The Hammer Valentine will also be at Magic City Comic Con during the three-day event. Simmons, a former college football standout, is a Florida State University Hall of Famer.
ECW originals The Franchise Shane Douglas and Raven and TNA Impact Wrestling agent and former ECW original Al Snow will be there, too, along with former WWE superstar Evan Bourne (Matt Sydal), former TNA Knockout So Cal Val and indie talent and podcast host Colt Cabana, the first to interview (his friend) CM Punk following Punk’s departure from WWE.
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Goldberg is a professional wrestler, actor and football player, best known for his legendary runs with World Championship Wrestling and World Wrestling Entertainment. Goldberg is a two-time world champion: a one-time WCW champion and a one-time World champion in WWE. He is recognized by WWE as the only undefeated world champion in the history of sports entertainment. He is also a two-time WCW United States champion and one-time WCW World tag team champ (with Bret The Hitman Hart).
Before he was a professional wrestler, Goldberg was a football player, starring at the University of Georgia. He competed for the Los Angeles Rams in 1990, followed by a stint with the CFL Sacramento Gold Miners and the NFL’s Atlanta Falcons (1993-94).
After retiring from wrestling, he began working as a commentator for mixed martial arts promotions World Fighting Alliance (WFA), K-1 Dynamite USA and EliteXC. He spent three seasons as host of the Speed Channel show “Bullrun,” was the host of The History Channel documentary series “‘Auto-Maniac.” As of 2010, he has been the host of “Garage Mahal” on the DIY Network.
Goldberg appeared on the ninth season of Donald Trump’s reality series “The Celebrity Apprentice.” He has been featured in multiple films such as “The Longest Yard,” “Universal Soldier: The Return” and “Santa’s Slay.”
Magic City Comic Con will provide hundreds of events and top celebrity guests from comic books, movies, TV series, cartoons, video games, sci-fi, fantasy, literature, and web based geekdom.
Magic City Comic Con offers three days of fun in Miami including celebrity guests, comic book creators, voice actors, industry guests, cosplayers, artists, writers, panels, Q&As, films & shorts, costume & cosplay contests, vendors, parties, anime, workshops, and video gaming.
Also, a Ronin Pro Wrestling show, Pro Wrestlers vs. Zombies film screenings and more.
Ronin Rumble at Magic City Comic Con
The Ronin Pro Wrestling show on Saturday, Jan. 17 during Magic City Comic Con at the Miami Airport Convention Center features Alex Chamberlain, Donovan, Colt Cabana, Jude Mackenzie, Edward Malken, Shane Douglas, Leva Bates, Crazy Mary Dobson, Jonny Vandal, Hacksaw Jim Duggan, Greg The Hammer Valentine, Joey Bricco, Mad Man Pondo, Mikaze, T.E.C.H. and more.
The Ronin Rumble will feature 25 superstars competing to win the John Rhue Memorial Cup and a spot in the Ronin Heavyweight Title Tournament.
Crazy Mary and La Rosa Negra vs. Leva Bates and Su Yung
Mikaze vs. Matt Sydal (former WWE superstar Evan Bourne)
Jonny Vandal and mystery partner vs. The Savages (Teddy Stigma and Eddie Graves)
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