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On Sunday, September 28, 2008 at 3:52 PM EST


SOUTHEASTERN WRESTLING NEWS, NOTES, AND NOSTALGIA: 09/28/2008

NEWS and NOTES

Tako, the fan who called out Hulk Hogan on YouTube, rejoins Rich Tate tonight for a PSP Fix to talk about the latest in putting together a benefit for the Graziano family. We go live at 9:30 PM ET. If you miss it, the archive will be available afterward.

World Wrestling Entertainment results from Paris, France, on September 27: Jim Duggan over Charlie Haas; Manu over D-Lo Brown; Cody Rhodes & Ted DiBiase, Jr., over Cryme Tyme; Jamie Noble over William Regal; Mickie James & Candice Michelle over Beth Phoenix & Katie Lea; Santino Marella over Kofi Kingston; Rey Mysterio over Kane in a no disqualification match; and Shawn Michaels & CM Punk over Chris Jericho & Lance Cade.

WWE results from Munich, Germany, on September 27: Jeff Hardy over Brian Kendrick; Michelle McCool & Maria over Natalya Neidhart & Maryse; Festus over Jack Swagger; Shelton Benjamin over Ron Killings, Jimmy Wang Yang, and MVP in a four-way match to retain the WWE US Heavyweight Title; Finlay & Hornswoggle over Curt Hawkins & Zack Ryder; Matt Hardy over Mark Henry to retain the WWE ECW Heavyweight Title; the Undertaker over the Big Show; and Triple H over Vladimir Kozlov to retain the WWE Heavyweight Title.

WWE results from Innsbruck, Austria, on September 26: Jimmy Wang Yang over Brian Kendrick; Jesse & Festus 0ver Curt Hawkins & Zack Ryder; Jeff Hardy over Vladimir Kozlov by disqualification; Michelle McCool over Maryse to retain the WWE Divas Title; Finlay over Jack Swagger; Shelton Benjamin over Ron Killings to retain the WWE US Heavyweight Title; Matt Hardy over Mark Henry to retain the WWE ECW Heavyweight Title in a no disqualification match; and Triple H & the Undertaker over MVP & the Big Show.

Saturday’s events were the last of the European tour for WWE, as all crews return to the states today to get ready for shows tomorrow night, with RAW in Minneapolis, MN, and SmackDown/ECW in Stevens Point, WI. There will be one other SmackDown/ECW event on Tuesday in Green Bay, MN, before everyone takes the rest of the week off to prepare for next Sunday’s No Mercy PPV.

Total Nonstop Action will be at the Lakeland Center in Lakeland, FL, tonight. Advertised: Samoa Joe defends the TNA World Heavyweight Title against Booker T; Taylor Wilde defends the TNA Women’s Title against Awesome Kong, with Traci Brooks as special referee; Beer Money, Inc., with Jacqueline, defends the TNA World Tag Team Title against the Motor City Machine Guns; and a three-way match featuring Petey Williams, Sonjay Dutt, and Consequences Creed. Also advertised: Christian Cage, A.J. Styles, Kip James, and Sheik Abdul Bashir. Bell time is 7:30 PM.

Rampage Pro Wrestling is at Johnny G's Fun Center in Warner Robins, GA, on September 28 at 4:00. Advertised: In a match for the RPW cruiserweight title, it will be Kyle Matthews vs. Frankie Valentine w/Mr. Ace Diamond vs. Hot Like Lava member Shaun Banks. J-Rod & "The Black Superman" A.J. Steele vs. "The Big Deal" Sal Rinauro & Kurosukaji. In a RPW championship qualifying match, Hot Like Lava member Cru Jones vs. Hot Like Lava member Micah Taylor. In another championship qualifying match, Lance Christian vs. "The Shooter" Vordell Walker w/Mr. Ace Diamond. "Scream Queen" Daffney vs. Tracy Taylor. General admission is $5 after 2:45pm. If you are at the venue before that time, you can attend the matches free. For more information call (478) 329-8002.

RPW’s Jason Cross joined Rich Tate on Saturday to talk about the new promotion and preview Sunday’s event in Warner Robins, GA. Click here to listen.

GWH wishes a happy birthday to Dick Steinborn (75) and Steve Blackman (45).

Today in Memoriam: Jay Caldwell (2002).

Pee Wee James, a major attraction among midget wrestlers during the 1950s-60s, died on September 16. He was 75, and a memorial service was held Saturday in his hometown of Ottawa, ON, Canada. Click here for a nice piece from Slam! Wrestling’s Gary Howard.

Jeff Peterson Cup Night 2 results from Brooksville, Florida are as follows: In a second round match, "the Campus Legend" Brad Attitude defeated Jaison Moore. In a second round match, "Sweet N Sour Inc’s." Larry Sweeney defeated The YRR’s Sal Rinauro. In a second round match, Chikara’s Gran Akuma defeated Jon Davis of the Dark City Fight Club/911 Inc. In a second round match, FIP/ROH’s Erick Stevens defeated The YRR’s Kenny King. In a non-tournament TLC match, Bums R' Us (Ray Beez & Milo Beasley) defeated House of Vitale's Lou the Fixer & "the Killing Machine" Raymond Snow (w/ "the Princess of Wrestling" Amy Vitale). In a non tournament match; Jigsaw, J-Rod, Craig Classic & CJ O’Doyle defeated the YRR’s Chasyn "Not Cocky" Rance, "Addicted to Love" Rhett Titus, Icarus & Moonshine McCoy. In a semi-final match, FIP/ROH’s Erick Stevens defeated "Sweet N’ Sour Inc’s" Larry Sweeney. In a semi-final match, "the Campus Legend" Brad Attitude defeated Chikara’s Gran Akuma. In a non-tournament tag team Gauntlet: The British Lions (Chris Gray & Tommy Taylor) defeated the Loggers ("Lumberjack" Manley & the Mighty Dagon), The Lifeguards (Wade Koverly & Daron Smythe), Club Vitale’s the Heartbreak Express ("Superstar" Sean & "Fabulous" Phil Davis), House of Vitale’s Damballah/Mad Man Mandrake (w/ "the Princess of Wrestling" Amy Vitale), "Mr. 630" Jerrelle Clark/ Nooie Lee and Fantastic Dantastic/K-Dizzy. In the finals, Erick Stevens defeated "the Campus Legend" Brad Attitude. In the WarGames Steel Cage match; Sideshow (w/his sister Danielle), "the Marquee" Bruce Santee (w/Amy Love), Sedrick Strong & The Black Market (Joey Machete & Shawn Murphy) defeated 911 Inc's Kory Chavis, Shawn Osborne, Francisco Ciasto, Mike Shane & "Hardcore Giant" Ron Niemi.

Alternative Pro Wrestling results from September 26 at the Royston Gym are as follows: The Franchise (Ryan Michaels & Matt Sells) defeated Dustin Michaels & Adam Mabry. Brandon Parker defeated Brad Logan. Bo Newsome defeated Anthony Henry. Darkness defeated Chris Damien. "Royston Brawler" John Carnage defeated Kareem Abdul Jamar. Aaron Lee defeated Chris King with his feet on the ropes. After the bell, Carnage attacked King from behind and the beating continued mercilessly. "Merciless" Don Matthews had apparently seen enough and came to the ring and got right in the face of the 6'8" 300 pound Brawler. Jeremy Vain defeated Southern States Champion Shadow Jackson by DQ.

Click here for the latest edition of APW Aftershock.

United States Wrestling Organization results from September 26 at the Stadium Inn in Nashville, TN: Attendance was up to 52. Saint beat Shawn Hoodrich. Lee Cross beat Psycho Medic. A post-match beat down by Cross was stopped by the returning Steven Green, Jeremiah Plunkett beat White Tiger via submission. USWO Jr. Champion Josh Crowe beat Cousin Jason X in a hardcore match. Seven (with Charming Charles) vs. T.J. Harley went to a double DQ when Seven refused to stop choking Harley, who responded by low-blowing Seven. USWO Tag Team Champions Damien Payne & New York Gangster beat Saint & Lee Cross by DQ when Saint used a chair on Gangster. Snake Jones (with Charming Charles) vs. Michael Jablonski was a no contest after Jones applied the claw to ref Mark Owen and left him laying in the ring.

NAWA Ring Champions return to the historic Purks in Cedartown, GA, at 330 West Avenue on October 4 advertising Nigel Sherrod defending the Ladies World Title versus Bambi and an appearance by former WWE star Hillbilly Jim. Also advertised to be in action will be Air Paris, Bulldog Raines, the Exotic Ones (Simon Sermon & Rick Michaels). Bell time is 7:30pm. For more information call the Purks at 770-748-9276.

DISCLAIMER: GWH is not liable for any card changes, cancellations, etc. We can only report what is reported to us. As always, we suggest you check with the promotion within 24 hours to verify information posted here.

NOSTALGIA

SEPTEMBER 28, 1916 (THURSDAY) – SAVANNAH, GA – LIBERTY THEATRE (Max Bauman – Promoter) > Strangler Lewis defeated Tom Draak at 47:30 (2-0) / Notes: Max Bauman’s brother, Billy Sandow, was the manager of Strangler Lewis, and together they traveled presenting wrestling events.

SEPTEMBER 28, 1933 (THURSDAY) – ATLANTA, GA – LAKEWOOD HEIGHTS ARENA (Frank Bettis – Promoter) > Sammy Miller versus Jack Doyle > Winner Take All Match: John Mauldin versus Dutch Green > No Holds Barred Match: John Lewis versus Red Dugan / Notes: No documented results for this card have been found. There was also a boxing match, but no details were provided following the card.

SEPTEMBER 28, 1933 (THURSDAY) – ATLANTA, GA – WEST VIEW ARENA (Promoter – Unknown) > Lloyd Brown versus Alton Woods > Dave Terrell versus Foy Rivers > Dan George versus Bob Ruble / Notes: No documented results for this card have been found.

SEPTEMBER 28, 1934 (FRIDAY) – ATLANTA, GA – KEY ARENA (Jason Thompson and Cleve Roby – Promoters) Notes: A scheduled card for this date was cancelled due to rain.

SEPTEMBER 28, 1934 (FRIDAY) – ATLANTA, GA – RIVERSIDE ARENA (Frank Bettis – Promoter) > Bob Anderson versus Wesley Brownlee > Wayne Coleman versus Ambrose Cole > Jack Roper versus Al Moran / Notes: No documented results for this card have been found.

SEPTEMBER 28, 1936 (MONDAY) – ATLANTA, GA – KEY ARENA (Frank Bettis – Promoter) > Frank Remille versus Tiger Long > Chippewa Charlie versus Honey Boy Hackney > Southern Light Heavyweight Title Match: John Mauldin* versus Ted Taylor ruled a no contest / Notes: Aside from the match between John Mauldin and Ted Taylor, no documented results for the remaining matches on this card have been found. It was reported that the match between Mauldin and Taylor had to be stopped by police officers on site. Mauldin had been the reigning Southern Light Heavyweight Champion since he defeated Honey Boy Hackney on September 11, 1936, in Atlanta.

SEPTEMBER 28, 1938 (WEDNESDAY) – ATLANTA, GA – WARREN ARENA (L.C. Warren – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Juan Humberto defeated Angelo Cistoldi > Tiny Morgan defeated Joe Marsh > Harry Kent defeated Dick Lever

SEPTEMBER 28, 1939 (THURSDAY) – AVONDALE, GA – AVONDALE ARENA (Frank Bettis and Cleve Roby – Promoters) > Tony Papalino versus John Dameron > Frank Remille versus Young Londos > Bill Collins versus Young Gotch / Notes: No documented results for this card have been found.

SEPTEMBER 28, 1945 (FRIDAY) – ATLANTA, GA – ATLANTA MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM (Paul Jones – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Vic Christy defeated Francis Baugh > Barto Hill defeated Rudy Strongberg > Dick Lever & Lou Plummer defeated Don McIntyre & Jack Wentworth > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Bill Longson* defeated Al Massey / Notes: Bill Longson had been the reigning NWA World Heavyweight Champion since he defeated Bobby Managoff in St. Louis, MO, on February 19, 1943. This version was the one recognized by the National Boxing Association as the National Wrestling Association.

SEPTEMBER 28, 1948 (TUESDAY) – EAST POINT, GA – EAST POINT MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM (Fred Ward – Promoter / Fred Ward Promotions) > Pierre LeClaire versus Honey Boy Hannigan > Billy Sandow versus Joe Estes > Joe Harben versus Bill Collins / Notes: No documented results for this card have been found.

SEPTEMBER 28, 1953 (MONDAY) – AUGUSTA, GA – WILLIAM BELL AUDITORIUM (Tom Mahoney – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bobby Lane versus Ramon Cernados > Ray Villmer versus Tarzan Hewitt > John & Al Smith versus Don & Red McIntyre / Notes: No documented results for this card have been found.

SEPTEMBER 28, 1956 (FRIDAY) – ATLANTA, GA – ATLANTA MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM [P] (Paul Jones – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Eddie Gossett defeated Cyclone Anaya by disqualification > Red McIntyre defeated Jack Dillon > Freddie Blassie and Bobby Weaver wrestled to a draw > Southern Heavyweight Title Match: Bull Curry defeated Art Nelson* to win title / Notes: Art Nelson had been the reigning Southern Heavyweight Champion since he defeated Don McIntyre on September 21, 1956, in Atlanta. The program we have for this card continues to reference Bill Hartman (Ticket Sales) and Simon Davis (Timekeeper) as part of the office staff in Atlanta. This same program is the first we have that provides information on the local televised “Live Atlanta Wrestling”, which can be seen “on Channel 11 every Monday night at 10:15”, with a plug to sponsor Budweiser Beer. Ed Capral has been hosting since he replaced Ray McCay sometime in 1955. It was announced that Chris Tolos, Fred Atkins, and Prince Emir would be wrestling in Atlanta soon, and that Paul Jones was negotiating with Bill Parks for some dates.

SEPTEMBER 28, 1960 (WEDNESDAY) – COLUMBUS, GA – COLUMBUS SPORTS ARENA (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Women’s Match: Rita Cortez and the Lady Angel wrestled to a draw at 15:00 > Mixed Tag Team Match: Don McClarty & Rita Cortez defeated Choo-Choo Lynn & the Lady Angel > Roy Nelson defeated Dick Steinborn by disqualification / Notes: Reginald Gable managed Roy Nelson.

SEPTEMBER 28, 1962 (FRIDAY) – ATLANTA, GA – ATLANTA MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM [P] (Don McIntyre – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Pedro Godoy defeated Ivor Barrett > Chief Crazy Horse defeated Bulldog Lawley > Chief Little Eagle defeated Jack Bence > Johnny Walker defeated Assassin #1 by disqualification > World Heavyweight Title Match: Freddie Blassie* defeated Assassin #2 / Notes: Assassin #1 was barred from ringside during the match between Freddie Blassie and Assassin #2. Blassie had been billed as World Heavyweight Champion since June 29, 1962. It was announced that Pierre Chevalier would be wrestling on the card on October 5, 1962, and that the Kentuckians would be wrestling in Atlanta soon.

SEPTEMBER 28, 1964 (MONDAY) – ALBANY, GA (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Greg Peterson & Frankie Cain versus the Mysterious Medics > Women’s Match: Bette Boucher versus Dottie Smith > Dick Dunn versus Steve Kovacs / Notes: No documented results for this card have been found. It is unclear as to what venue was the site of this card.

SEPTEMBER 28, 1964 (MONDAY) – AUGUSTA, GA – WILLIAM BELL AUDITORIUM (Steve Manderson – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > The Scufflin’ Hillbillies defeated Charlie Carr & Paul DeGaulle > Enrique Torres versus Sputnik Monroe ended in a double countout > Hiro Matsuda defeated Don Fargo

SEPTEMBER 28, 1965 (TUESDAY) – MACON, GA – MACON CITY AUDITORIUM (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Mario Galento and Bad Boy Hines wrestled to a draw > Nick Kozak defeated Dale Lewis by disqualification > Dick Steinborn defeated Bill Dromo > Mixed Tag Team Match: Mario Galento & Toni Rose defeated Bad Boy Hines & Linda Carroll

SEPTEMBER 28, 1968 (SATURDAY) – ATLANTA, GA – WQXI STUDIOS (Paul Jones – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > The Outlaw defeated Corsica Jean > Paul DeMarco and the Professional wrestled to a draw > Bob Armstrong versus Oki Shikina / Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling” television program hosted by Ed Capral. Bob Armstrong and Oki Shikina were scheduled to wrestle each other, but no results were reported after the card. Jack Crawford managed the Outlaw.

SEPTEMBER 28, 1971 (TUESDAY) – MACON, GA – MACON COLISEUM (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bill White defeated Alex Medina > Roberto Soto defeated Cisco Grimaldo > Alex Medina & Roberto Soto defeated Bill White & Joe Turco > Choo-Choo Lynn versus Mr. X ruled a no contest > Bob Armstrong, George Scott & El Mongol defeated Big John & the Assassins / Notes: During the match between Bob Armstrong, George Scott & El Mongol and Big John & the Assassins, John slammed Scott’s head into the ring post, opening up a huge gash, spilling blood everywhere. When Scott came to his senses, he looked for John, but John had already tagged out and never returned to the ring. As soon as the match ended, John retreated to the dressing room quickly to avoid being confronted by Scott.

SEPTEMBER 28, 1973 (FRIDAY) – ATLANTA, GA – ATLANTA MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM [P] (Paul Jones – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Robert Fuller & Jerry Oates defeated Billy Spears & Winston > Women’s Match: Vivian Vachon defeated Joyce Grable > Ricky Gibson & Tom Jones and the Super Infernos wrestled to a draw > Hiro Matsuda defeated Bob Orton, Jr. > Arm Wrestling Contest: Bob Armstrong defeated Bobby Duncum > Bobby Duncum defeated Bob Armstrong > Tim Woods, Bob Orton, Jr., & Mr. Wrestling #2 defeated Stan Vachon, Buddy Colt & Killer Brooks > North American Heavyweight Title Match: Bill Watts* versus Freddie Blassie ruled a no contest / Notes: Tim Woods, Bob Orton, Jr., & Mr. Wrestling #2 and Stan Vachon, Buddy Colt & Killer Brooks were scheduled to wrestle each other, but no results were reported after the card. Jerry Oates substituted for Jim Wilson to team with Robert Fuller in the match with Billy Spears & Winston. Les Thatcher was the special referee for the match between Bobby Duncum and Bob Armstrong. J.C. Dykes managed the Super Infernos.

SEPTEMBER 28, 1974 (SATURDAY) – GRIFFIN, GA – GRIFFIN-BARNESVILLE SPORTS PALACE (Paul Jones – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jack Welch defeated Sonny Rogers > Mike McCord defeated Martin Beavers > Bob Roop defeated Steve Keirn > Buddy Colt defeated the Professional > Don Muraco & Pat Barrett defeated Ole & Gene Anderson / Notes: Bearcat Wright managed Buddy Colt.

SEPTEMBER 28, 1976 (TUESDAY) – WARNER ROBINS, GA – WARNER ROBINS CIVIC CENTER (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bill Howard versus Ricky Steamboat > Tom Jones versus Killer Brooks > Roberto Soto versus Rock Hunter > Dean Ho versus the Mongolian Stomper > Dick Slater & Pak Song versus Jos LeDuc & Mr. Wrestling #2 / Notes: No documented results for this card have been found. Rock Hunter managed Pak Song. J.J. Dillon managed the Mongolian Stomper.

SEPTEMBER 28, 1979 (FRIDAY) – ATLANTA, GA – ATLANTA MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM [P] (Paul Jones – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Ricky Fields defeated Rick Oliver > Bobby Jaggers defeated Ray Candy > Stan Hansen defeated Luke Graham > Abdullah the Butcher versus the Sheik ruled a no contest > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Killer Karl Kox* defeated Mr. Wrestling #2 > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Tommy Rich & the Crusher* defeated Ole Anderson & Ivan Koloff / Notes: Bobby Heenan managed Killer Karl Kox and Bobby Jaggers.

SEPTEMBER 28, 1980 (SUNDAY) – COLUMBUS, OH – OHIO CENTER [P] (Les Thatcher – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Terry Taylor versus Dennis Condrey > Ivan Koloff versus Mr. Wrestling #2 > Kevin Sullivan & Steve Keirn versus the Assassins > Andre the Giant versus the Masked Superstar > Dusty Rhodes versus Ole Anderson / Notes: No documented results for this card have been found. This was the first card held in the expansion to the north by Georgia Championship Wrestling. The decision to move north was made when the letter writing campaign that had led to Mr. Wrestling #2 becoming the Champion of Champions a few months back showed that a majority of the correspondence was coming from Ohio and surrounding states. GCW would go on to make Ohio, Michigan, and West Virginia regular stops, which were all coordinated by Les Thatcher. It has been claimed that GCW fired the first shots toward invading others’ territories, rather than Vince McMahon’s World Wrestling Federation, but in fact, Ed Farhat (a/k/a the Sheik) gave his blessings to GCW moving into his territory based out of Detroit, MI, and also became involved in some of the promotion in the early stages. His own territory would cease operations in December 1980, but in no way can it be claimed that GCW invaded his area.

SEPTEMBER 28, 1981 (MONDAY) – AUGUSTA, GA – WILLIAM BELL AUDITORIUM (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bryan St. John defeated Professor Sonoda > Brian Blair defeated Mike Sharpe > Ray Stevens defeated George Wells > Tor Kamata defeated Steve O > Michael Hayes & Mr. Wrestling #2 defeated Terry Gordy & Jimmy Snuka > National Heavyweight Title Cage Match: Tommy Rich defeated the Masked Superstar* to win title / Notes: The Great Mephisto managed Ray Stevens and Tor Kamata.

SEPTEMBER 28, 1984 (FRIDAY) – MACON, GA – MACON COLISEUM (Fred Ward – Promoter / Championship Wrestling from Georgia) > Frankie Lane defeated Ali Bey > Tim Horner defeated Don Sanders > Steve Brinson defeated Mr. Ito > Jerry Oates defeated Rip Rogers by disqualification > Brad Armstrong defeated Ted Oates > Georgia Street Fight Match: Ole Anderson & Ron Garvin defeated Bob Roop & Ted DiBiase

The information compiled within our daily reports are through the efforts of various contributors, including, but not limited to, Rich Tate, Larry Goodman, Chuck Thornton, Brian Waits, Don Luce, Brian Slack, Fred Hornby, Thomas Bugg, J Michael Kenyon, Steve Yohe, David Williamson, Becky Taylor, John Cannon, Mike Norris, Bobby Simmons, Les Thatcher, Crimson Mask, Dan Masters, Tim Dix, Tim Dills, Jimmie Daniel, Gene Restaino, Shannon Rose, Alan Wojcik, Devin Cutting, and Richard O’Sullivan.

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Devin Cutting sent this in:

Rain (aka Payton Banks) will be appearing at the Purely Obsessed Wrestling World event in Fox Lake, Illinois on October 4th, 2008. Go to http://powwentertainment.com for info about the POWW and http://prowrestlingevents.tk or http://prowrestlingevents.webs.com for info about upcoming wrestling shows worldwide.


Ryan Cooke sent this in:

Midwest Championship Wrestling will be holding it's last show at the Salvation Army on Payne Ave in St. Paul, on Saturday October 11th. Doors open at 3:00 pm and bell time is shorty after.

The entire roster will be on hand, and this show should have the best of the best in action.

Already signed so far.

"Daredevil" Derrick Fury vs "Technical Legend" Ryan Cooke vs Joseph Alexander

Ed B.C. vs The Jackal

Team Danger vs 101 Proof

John Fury vs Anthony Taylor

Sethiroth vs Sean Russell

Duke, Jez, Mikey Stanley, B3, and more will be on hand, so come out and check out the end of what was a great 3+ years at the building!


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