WMSC is Giving a Free Pair of Tickets to a Pro Wrestling Event!
Written by wmscweb on March 23, 2022
Montclair, NJ., March. 13, 2022 – Local professional wrestling organization Dropkick Depression will be hosting a family friendly professional wrestling event at the Columbian Club of Old Bridge at 61 Pine St, Old Bridge, NJ 08857 on April 30th, 2022.
The doors will open at 6:30PM and the show will start at 7:00PM. This family friendly pro wrestling event benefits a local New Jersey women’s domestic violence shelter, WomanSpace (www.womanspace.org). In addition to the wrestling fundraiser, they will also be collecting new and unused clothing to be added to the donation at the end of the night.
The wrestling action will include many local and national televised women of professional wrestling including current All Elite Wrestling star Nyla Rose, current Impact Wrestling Knockouts Champion Tasha Steelz as well as former World Wrestling Entertainment’s Rachael Ellering. Local talent such as Willow Nightingale, Edith Surreal, Gabby Ortiz, Shea McCoy, and Riley Shepard are also scheduled to appear.
In addition to the wrestling, fans will be able to enjoy a meet and greet with the stars before, during, and after the event, a full concession stand and bar for those 21 and over, and two local food trucks offering high quality Filipino delicacies and gourmet donuts! Tickets are currently on sale now at www.dropkickdepression.com and will also be able to be purchased the day of the event at the door.
WMSC will be giving a free pair of tickets for this event. If you would like to be a part of the raffle to win the tickets, register in this link.
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About Dropkick Depression: Founded by professional wrestler Terra Calaway, Dropkick Depression is an online forum that goes beyond a movement. The community helps raise funds for worthy non-profit organizations bringing awareness to depression and suicide prevention. It is the first independent professional wrestling sexual assault and harassment training program with the nation’s largest sexual assault non-profit.