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Pro Wrestling Superstar to Wrestle in Nepal after Riot

(Tampa, FL) – Former ECW, WCW, TNA and WWE Superstar Big Vito will make his return to the country of Nepal, the place where he caused a riot last year involving 4000 fans. It was a chaotic mess, but Vito wouldn’t back down from another chance to wrestle in Nepal.

You can watch the match in Nepal on YouTube:

Last years match had the spectators throwing chairs and anything else they could find into the ring, after Vito almost defeated Mr. Tiger, before being escorted out of the arena.

“They were just upset that the man representing their country was losing, and nobody wants to see their hero go down. They were cheering for me, but they liked Mr. Tiger better” says Vito and states “the police did an incredible job since they were outnumbered; they got everyone out of the arena and controlled the situation.”

The government has invited Vito to return to the country, promising high security so last year’s incident will not occur again. He’s looking forward to the trip, and plans to give the fans a show they won’t forget.

This Saturday, Big Vito will be appearing at New Jersey Premier Night Entertainment Complex Adelphia in Deptford,NJ to challenge for the Celebrity Wrestling Championship.

The event, held by Celebrity Boxing Promoter Damon Feldman, will also include Female Hollywood boxing, a HUGE after party, and many big surprises. Rumor has it several former Heavyweight Boxing Champions want to take a shot at Vito as well. Will Vito venture into the world of Professional Boxing?

Next week, Vito will try his hand at another game…POKER. The charity Celebrity Poker event is scheduled for on February 17th and 18th in Tampa, Florida.

It’s not only a big month for Big Vito, but for Vito’s significant other, pro wrestling personality Noel Harlow, who has opened up a graphic design business offering logos, 8x10s, and t-shirt designs. The two are already planning to expand the business in the spring with a joint venture to be announced soon.

Things are looking good for the toughest couple in pro wrestling who have proclaimed 2011 to be their year!