March 8, 2010
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Wrestling legend returns to Brevard
?Hacksaw? Jim Duggan headlines ?Vengeance Live? event
at County Line
Melbourne, Florida ? How do you follow up Jake ?The Snake? Roberts? return to professional wrestling in Brevard County? You bring in another legend. Better yet, one who has close ties to Brevard.
Vengeance Live on I-95 returns to the County Line Saloon on Friday, April 30th. The event will feature WWE legend ?Hacksaw? Jim Duggan, a former Titusville resident, who be marking his first show in Brevard County in many years.
Presented by the World Wrestling Association, the show will also feature many WWA favorites, such as TNA star Jess Neal, former WWE star Kizarny and the 7?1? Titan, as well as NWA championship action.
?We are thrilled to be getting this event back to the County Line Saloon and especially in being able to bring ?Hacksaw? back to Brevard,? said County Line’s co-owner, Joe Depinto.
So now area wrestling fans will get their chance to see a ?local? legend in action.
Tickets, which include food and drink, will range from $20 for general admission to $30 for ringside/VIP seating and can be purchased in advance by visiting the World Wrestling Association’s website at WWAWorldWrestling.com or at one of the event’s advance ticket outlets, located at Play It Again Sports, 2605 New Haven Avenue, Melbourne (across from the Olive Garden) and the Super Flea & Farmer’s Market, located on I-95 and Eau Gallie. Tickets will also be available at the door, which opens at 7 PM for an autograph session prior to the matches. Bell time is at 8 PM. The show is open to all ages.
For more information, call the World Wrestling Association at (321) 751-2583 or visit online at wwaworldwrestling.com.
Event Sponsors: Play It Again Sports, Super Flea & Farmer’s Market, Savings Safari, Hometown News, Brevard Shopping News, CinemaWorld, 98.5 ?The Beach?, All-Star Printing, Custom Signs and Shirts, Budweiser Select
The WWA (World Wrestling Association) is based in Melbourne, Florida. Formed in 2006, it has promoted some of the largest independent wrestling events on the east coast. Successful events like Mayhem in Melbourne and Bash at the Ballpark have featured some of wrestling’s biggest legends, such as King Kong Bundy, Brutus ?The Barber? Beefcake, Greg ?The Hammer? Valentine, ?Supefly? Jimmy Snuka, Tito Santana, Marty Jennetty, Buff Bagwell, Scotty2Hotty and Jerry ?The King? Lawler.
The NWA (National Wrestling Alliance) has been in operation since 1948 and is the main governing body for independent wrestling promotions in the U.S. It also sanctions various NWA championships throughout the country. The NWA (nwawrestling.com) gave to birth the WCW, TNA and what is now known as the WWE. Its list of legendary wrestlers includes the likes of Terry Funk, Dory Funk, Jr., Ric Flair, The Iron Sheik, Dusty Rhodes, Jeff Jarrett and Sting.