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Ronin Pro Wrestling to celebrate second anniversary

Johnny Gargano vs. Martin Stone at a Ronin Pro Wrestling show at the Broward College South Campus Gym in (South Florida) Pembroke Pines. Ronin returns to the Broward College South Campus Gym at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 3.
Johnny Gargano vs. Martin Stone at a Ronin Pro Wrestling show at the Broward College South Campus Gym in (South Florida) Pembroke Pines. Ronin returns to the Broward College South Campus Gym at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 3. Photo By Steve Mesa

Ronin Pro Wrestling will celebrate its second anniversary on Saturday, Sept. 3 at 7:30 p.m. at the Broward College South Campus Gym in (South Florida) Pembroke Pines.

This marks Ronin’s 12th show.

Doors open at 6 p.m. with a pre-show meet-n-greet.

After losing his first Ronin match in July against Teddy Stigma, Donovan Danhausen looks to prove to South Florida he has what it takes to make it in Ronin by taking on “Main Man” Malken. Can the “Hashtag Warrior” put this brash newcomer in his place or will Danhausen overcome Malken for his first Ronin win?

Yet to be defeated at Ronin Pro Wrestling, Aaron Epic looks to continue to dominate his opponents as he will face Teddy Stigma. Ever since he returned to Ronin as a singles competitor, Stigma has been on a roll. He won his last two Ronin matches. Will Stigma keep the momentum going or will he be stopped by Epic, who deems himself Death Proof?

Ronin 12 will feature two of the top tag teams in Florida against two of the top tag teams from Chicago’s Freelance Pro Wrestling. With their manager Gentleman Jim Sherbert, TECH (TC Read and Mike Monroe) will battle Freelance Pro Wrestling’s BETA (Matt Knicks and Craig Mitchell). Also, the high-flying duo of Jon Cruz and Jay Rios will square off against the Freelance Pro Wrestling tag team champs Beauty and the Beast (Rob Matter and Stevie Fierce).

Coming off a win against WWE Cruiserweight Classic competitor Johnny Gargano, Martin Stone will face Ronin Pro Wresting newcomer Matthew Palmer, who has wrestled some of the best talent that independent wrestling has to offer including Sami Callihan and Jimmy Jacobs.

Lince Dorado, another WWE Cruiserweight Classic entry, makes his return to Ronin in a fatal fourway which also includes WWE Cruiserweight Classic alternate Mr. 450, indie talent Jason Cade and “Lucha Underground” star Brian Cage. Dorado and Mr. 450 have some unfinished business. The last time these two wrestled each other in a Ronin ring, Mr. 450 ripped off Lince’s mask and rolled him up for the pin. Making a name for himself at respected places like PWG and AAA, Cage offers impressive strength and tremendous athletic agility. As for Cade, he won his last Ronin bout against Aaron Solow.

South Florida’s own Angel Rose will be in action at Ronin 12 as she battles established star Veda Scott. After winning a triple threat match that included Su Yung and Amanda Rodriguez at Ronin 11, Rose faces an even tougher test at Ronin 12. Scott has worked for Ring of Honor, Shimmer and 2CW, battlling the likes of Candice LeRae, Kimber Lee and WWE Cruiserweight Classic competitor Cedric Alexander.

Indie wrestling veteran and former TNA star Sonjay Dutt will be making his Ronin debut at Ronin 12 when he confronts Ronin Pro Wrestling original Alex Chamberlain, who’s been steamrolling his competition, beating Mr. 450 and Trent Barreta. However, Chamberlain shouldn’t take Dutt lightly because the latter has a set of wrestling moves that can finish his opponent at any time.

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