National Wrestling Superstars Has Another Double-Shot Weekend 11/20-11/21 In Holmdel & Ridgefield Park, NJ Featuring Former WWE Stars Tatanka & Headshrinker Samu & The Patriot, And More
National Wrestling Superstars gives the tri-state area wrestling fans another two-show weekend November 20th-21st, headlined by former WWE Native American star Tatanka.
Friday night November 20th at 7:45pm, NWS debuts at the Holmdel, NJ High School Gym, 36 Crawfords Corner Road (minutes from the Parkway). On this show will be three former WWE TV headliners: “America’s Hero” The Patriot, Headshrinkers member Samu, and last but certainly not least, the Native American mega-star Tatanka. Plus Triple-Threat Match for the NWS Cruiserweight title, as the newly-crowned champion, Hazlet’s Jumping Joey Janella, takes on the challenge of former champion Mighty Mikey Pacifica and a “dark horse” challenger known only as Jon Justice. Also on the bill will be the evil American Turncoat T.N.T, plus local mat favorites like Jersey Shore madman Slayer, the current NWS Heavyweight Champion “Corrupted” Corey Havoc, the wild cowboy “Outlaw” Shane O’Brien, Michael Reigns, plus an appearance by NWS’ own wild Samoan King Nagu. Tickets are only $20 for ringside seats and $18 for bleacher seats.
Saturday night November 21st at 7:35pm, NWS returns to its perennial home base in northern New Jersey, the Ridgefield Park, NJ Knights of Columbus Hall, 106 Bergen Avenue (minutes from Route 46 and The Turnpike). Headlining NWS’ return to their perennial north Jersey home base will be an enore appearance by Tatanka as he battles a former WWE developmental protege who has had numerous chances at making it as a WWE superstar, but has been repeatedly fired for arrogance, “Too Cocky” Kevin Matthews. Also on the bill will be both the popular former NWS Cruiserweight Champion Mighty Mikey Pacifica, and the equally unpopular current champion Jumping Joey Janella, plus the 800+ pound Nigerian Nightmares look to extend their seven-month undefeated streak in NWS when they take on their next opponents (or should we say “victims”), plus NWS Junior Heavyweight Champion “The Love Machine” Nicky Oceans, the always agitating manager Comrade Chow and his champion wrestler (in his mind, anyway) the Russian antagonist Boris Nobika, plus Gigalo Joe Jones, George, “The Jersey Jobber” J.P. Pierce, and the antics of the Finger-Lickin’ Chicken. Tickets are only $18 for adults and $16 for kids and seniors.
Tickets are available by calling the NWS box office at (732) 888-1704. All major credit cards are accepted, and group rates are available for groups of ten or more.
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