Rinehart set to rumble June 9
June 7, 2012
FORT SILL, Okla.-- Make plans to be at Rinehart Fitness Center June 9 when the International Championship Wrestling invades with five professional wrestling matches.
The main event is Raven, a former World Championship Wrestling, World Wrestling Entertainment and Total Nonstop Action wrestler versus former WWE wrestler Scotty 2 Hotty. Other matches are Athena versus Angel Blue, John Saxon versus Steve Anthony, Purple Haze versus Scott Phoenix, and Ryan Genesis and Bubba Dumplin versus Andy Dalton and Danny Matthews. Doors open at 6 p.m. and the show starts at 7 p.m.
This is the first time Fort Sill has hosted an event of this magnitude according to event coordinators.
"Army Entertainment has coordinated a great entertainment opportunity for patrons of all ages to bring world class entertainment at a reduced cost to Fort Sill and 10 other installations with a professional wrestling event," said Shane Dunlevy, community recreation chief. "The wrestlers are big names and the title match is Raven versus Scotty 2 Hotty.
"There is also a women's match with Athena versus Angel Blue and a tag team match with Ryan Genesis and Bubba Dumplin versus Andy Dalton and Danny Matthews. So there will plenty of fun and entertainment for all ages," he said.
"It is an opportunity to provide entertainment to the garrisons at a reduced cost. It offers family entertainment to the Soldiers, families and wounded warriors at the garrisons," said Doug Hall, Talent Plus Entertainment promoter. "We have received feedback from the installations that have hosted the event and everyone has been happy with it."
"It's a lot of fun for the whole family and there has been good attendance at the events," he said. "The event is packed with talent with several big names in wrestling."
Over the course of 20 years, International Championship Wrestling has made a name for itself by creating a show appropriate for all ages. Working with fairs, festivals, schools, civic groups, non-profits and the military throughout the United States and overseas has gained the ICW tremendous reviews and recognition. By visiting schools and other civic organizations, ICW has empowered teens and children to act as role models while encouraging them to avoid drugs, stay in school, and become athletes and professionals themselves.
"Bring the whole family for a night of fun and excitement with star studded entertainment at low prices," said Dunlevy.
Tickets are available for $8 in advance at Adventure Travel located at the north entrance of Building 4700 Mow-Way Road. Tickets are $10 at the door. Children age 6 and under are free.