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Big Time Wrestling coming to NAHS

A special guest appearance by Road Warrior Animal will highlight a full night of action on March 25 at NAHS.

By Mark Carpenter –

Wrestling fans rejoice!  Big Time Wrestling is coming to Adams County on Saturday, March 25 at North Adams High School.  As a fund raiser for the NAHS Athletic Boosters, the squared circle will take over the high school gymnasium with thrills and action of “heroes vs. villains.”
The highlight of the family-friendly evening will be a special guest appearance by WWE Hall of Famer Road Warrior Animal, a member of one of wrestling’s most popular tag teams and the father of former Ohio State and NFL linebacker James Laurinitas.
Also on the card for March 25 will be the Ohio State Tag Team Championship, featuring Fantastic Bobby Fulton teamed with Livewire Sean Casey, who will be battling The Sensational Superstars for the title.  A wild and crazy Blindfold Battle Royal is also on the agenda and then the chants of “USA, USA, USA” will fill the gym as Black Superman Onyx battles the Sheik of Syria for patriotic bragging rights.
There will be a women’s match plus much more in this night of North Adams Mania, with ringside seats on sale for $13 and bleacher general admission for $8.  Children’s general admission (12 and under) are $6 and it is wise to get your tickets in advance as they will be $2 more at the door on the night of the event.
Advance tickets can be purchased at the North Adams High School office, Snappy Tomato Pizza, Subway in Winchester, and at C013 Radio.
For more information, call (740) 466-2892 or visit the Facebook page of World Classic Professional Big Time Wrestling.
Doors open at 6 p.m., with the wrestling action beginning at 7 p.m.

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