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Friday, October 28th
The Key Club on the Sunset Strip
Tickets $25 at the door, or $20 online at www.IamSmiley.com

HIP-HOP’s WRESTLING INVASION
GQ Money, Famous B and shady referee Danny “Monchichi” Ramirez to open for
hip-hop legend KRS-One!

The Urban Wrestling Federation brought hip-hop to wrestling, and on Friday
October 28th in Hollywood, CA… “Smiley and Friends” will bring wrestling
to hip-hop, as pro wrestling personality GQ Money steps on stage with his
hype men Famous B and Monchichi to rock the stage at the world famous Key
Club on the legendary Sunset Strip, as they open for hip-hop legend KRS-One.

Known in the wrestling world for his constant energy and gift of gab, GQ
Money made a name for himself in XPW, and then went on to TNA, Wrestling
Society X and even working for the WWE Smackdown vs Raw video game franchise
for many years. He has appeared on game shows, reality shows, infomercials
and more, and now he steps on stage in a world some people say he doesn’t
belong in.

“It’s not the first time I’ve been looked at like I don’t belong. I’m 5’5
and have pursued a career in wrestling, and before wrestling, I’ve always
pursued hip-hop. I’ve always been the little guy that has to prove himself,
and in this sense, the little white guy who has to prove himself. It’s no
sweat though, it’s what I do. In fact, I credit my wrestling promo skills
to what I learned over the years about becoming a MC from KRS-One,” said GQ
Money, or Smiley, as he is called outside of the ring. “KRS is the greatest
MC of all time, and to grace the same stage, on the same night, is a dream
come true.”

Backing up Smiley with hype man duties will be Urban Wrestling Federation
star Famous B, who just so happens to hold multiple championship titles from
all around Southern California and the rest of the country. Getting up on
stage with Smiley, and opening for KRS is just something B had to do. “You
know, Smiley is dope and everything. I mean his skills will catch you off
guard,” said B with a cocky grin and million dollar smile. “But when we
were in a locker room recently I said to him, you know I could make you
Famous. He looked at me with a smile, and said, lets do this. It was on
from there.”

When asked if they were going to bring a little wrestling flavor to the
stage, all their faces lit up with excitement and Smiley said, “We’re going
to bring the energy, the excitement and the entertainment. We’re
professional wrestlers, that’s what we do, even when we’re not wrestling!”