AS I SEE IT 11/4: Vince McMahon's terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day

Posted on 11/04/119 by Bob Magee

Bob Magee
Pro Wrestling: Between the Sheets

Welcome to a tale of Vince McMahon's Terrible, Horrible, No
Good, Very Bad Day ...

The basic facts are known. After Crown Jewel, which notably
featured the first women's match in Saudi history with Lacey
Evans and Nattie Neidhart...150-170 WWE wrestlers, and
production staff were prevented from leaving the Kingdom of
Saudi Arabia as a group until late Friday US time.

Meanwhile, there was a live Smackdown on FOX that somehow
had to take place in Buffalo, NY.

Vince McMahon, Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman were among those
who got out of the KSA on a private jet. Another group of 20
wrestlers who on their own tried to make it to Smackdown
chartered their own jet...but with delays weren't able to
make it to the show.

A Smackdown made up of NXT talent, women who didn't make the
Saudi trip (for obvious reasons), talent who managed to get
out and to Buffalo, and Bryan Danielson who has refused to
work the Saudi shows turned out to be one of the best RAW or
Smackdown shows this year was the result, with a great Adam
Cole-Daniel Bryan main event...all became a part of getting
over NXT as a part of Survivor Series.

What WASN'T known was why.

As of Saturday, the various rumors/versions of the story

1) The official one, namely that there were airplane
problems that prevented the place from taking off. Most
people seem to be discounting this, as another airline could
have been chartered... and was by 20 of the "top talent" who
attempted to make it back to the United States for
Smackdown, but failed. The fact that from the beginning, WWE
was trying TOO hard to get it out that there was an airplane
problem, and nothing else made me think from moment one that
this was a cover story.

2) A major disagreement between the Saudis and WWE on money
owed. There was a claim that WWE cut off the feed of Crown
Jewel to the Saudis, either at the beginning...or for all of
it. Hugo Savinovich went do far as to claim WWE was owed
"$300 to 500 million". The obvious problem with that story
was that such a figure could only have been for the length
of the FULL contract.

It seemed possible that SOME sort of money issue could have
played a part, but certainly not out and out stiffing WWE
for all of it, which would have sent a message to all sorts
of entertainers who have been part of the whole "Riyadh
Season" PR campaign by the Crown Prince that the Kingdom
can't be relied on. If that happened, their "Riyadh Season"
PR campaign would fall apart. But at first, people saw
Savinovich's name and immediately assumed it was Gospel
based on his WWE connection.

3) Then there was speculation of some sort of
ideological/religious upset by some Islamic authorities
based on Lacey Evans and Nattie Neidhart showing what some
have termed "PDAs" to two or three women at
English, actually no more than Evans and Neidhart kissing
the hand of one woman, and hugging two.

Instead of those three versions, a far more likely one came
out Sunday suggesting that the whole saga stemmed from the
fact the Saudis had not paid WWE for their Super ShowDown
event from this past June...until literally just before
Crown Jewel.

Part of the conference call with reporters last Thursday
morning (an hour before Crown Jewel show took place), WWE
Co-President George Barrios noted that they had just
received a $60 million payment "for an outstanding
receivable" that should have been received during the third
quarter being reported on in the call.

But as of the WWE crew landing in Riyadh (prior to the
Conference Call, this payment had still not been made, which
seems likely to have created the disagreement that the two
parties had and what followed. This is reported to have led
to WWE airing Crown Jewel on a 40-60 minute delay to the
Saudis, rather than live in the country on the MBC Action
television station as scheduled. This angered the Saudi
government and resulted in blocking their planes departure.

No one was in danger and all the talent had free
long as they stayed in the hotel. They could order whatever
food they wanted, and were in comfortable surroundings.
Some were permitted to leave after arranging alternative
flights (including Seth Rollins who flew to Dubai), as well
as the group of 20 talent that chartered their own flight in
order to attempt to get home.

Talent is reported to be angry with McMahon, feeling pretty
much pawns in the dispute between the Saudis and WWE, with
some claiming they won't go back. That atmosphere should
make tonight's RAW, followed by the upcoming UK tour, which
includes a Smackdown (tape delayed) from Manchester, UK and
a RAW from Glasgow, Scotland plus several house
shows....really, really fun.

In much nicer news, in keeping with the season of light and
the season of the Christchild, the independent wrestling
community will reach out to those in need. Independent
promotions hold a wide variety of events to benefit various
food pantries, fundraisers for homeless or domestic violence
shelters, provide funds to efforts benefiting those
suffering from cancer, heart disease, natural disasters,
veterans charities, local natural disaster cleanup/relief,
other community efforts...and lots and lots of Toys for Tots

Here's 103 such events confirmed/held that I'm aware of thus
far where indy promotions are holding/have held such events:

* The East Texas Food Bank and Main Event Pro Wrestling
presented Brawl At The Brewery on September 13, at True
Vine Brewing Company, in Tyler, TX. Over 1,080 pounds of
was collected that will help provide about 900
meals for hungry East Texans this fall.

* Pro Wrestling King came to Benton Harbor, MI on September
14 as a fundraiser for local promoter Jeff Hill who also
wrestled in Michigan as Hardcore Norm and raised $800 toward
his growing medical expenses as a result of needing a heart
transplant. Jeff Hill had his heart transplant surgery last
Thursday morning. Readers, please keep him in your thoughts
and prayers

*The Alabama Wrestling Alliance held the Steve Hicks
Memorial show in Bayou Le Batre, AL on September 21 to raise
funds for Kane's Warrior Kids to help battle childhood
cancer, raising $2,527 for the group.

* ELKMANIA held a show on September 21 in Beverly, MA to
raise $427 for the Northeast Animal Shelter in Salem, MA.

* World League Wrestling returned to Richmond, MO on
September 21, proceeds went to buy a service dog for a young

* Planet Lucha presented Shares the Love on September 21, in
Santa Maria, CA in a benefit show for Chelsee Fuerch,
severely injured in a car accident and paralyzed. At least
$1500 was raised for the family to help with medical
and living expenses.

* Tri City Wrestling presented the fifth annual Cassidy
Christie Memorial Cup event on September 21 in Bay City, MI
to benefit the Cassidy Christie Memorial Scholarship,
raising $4100 before a near capacity crowd.

* Crossfire Wrestling returned to the Merritton Community
Centre in St. Catharines, ON on September 22 for FIRED UP.
Partial proceeds went to The Niagara Peninsula Foundation
for Children.

* Main Event World League presented Wrestling With Suicide
at the Stark County Fairgrounds in Canton, OH on September
28 raising $2100 for the American Foundation for
Suicide Prevention.

* Wrestling For Autism took place September 28 in Elk Grove,
CA to benefit The Fly Brave Foundation featuring Rikishi and
The Tonga Kid with $2400 raised.

* Appalachian Mountain Wrestling will hold their annual
holiday shows to benefit The Gray Community Chest, with
canned food items collected for the Gray Food Bank and new
toys for the Johnia Berry Memorial Toy Drive on shows
throughout the Holiday season beginning October 4 in Miller
Family Fun Center in Hazard, KY, October 18 at Buckhorn High
School in New Market, AL, October 25 at Owsley County High
School in Booneville, KY.

* Amped Up Wrestling presented Wrestle Fest 2: Brawl til you
Fall in Inglewood, CA on October 5 raising $4132.40
for the Joan and Harry A. Mier Center of Ability First.

* Pacific Pro Wrestling Canada presented "Fall For All" on
October 5 in Abbottsford, BC; collecting 20 pounds of canned
and non-perishable foods for the Archway Food Bank.

* Knockout Wrestling comes together for a fundraising event
in support of West Volusia Cancer Ade Organization on
October 6 in Deltona, FL, raising $1,500.

* Wrestling With Purpose presented Raising the Roof: A
Wrestling House Party on October 11 in Pembroke, NC raising
$1,100 to benefit area coaches Jason and William
Lloyd, who lost everything they owned along with their home
to a fire.

* IWF Wrestling returned to Wayne, NJ on October 11 to
benefit the Semper Fi Fund, which provides resources to
critically ill and wounded military veterans, as well as
collecting new, unwrapped toys for the USMCR's Toys for
Tots. The show raised $3,500 and 25 toys.

* Old Time Wrestling returned to Stockton University in
Galloway, NJ on October 12 and raised funds to benefit the
Student Veterans Organization, which provides dedicated
services to all veterans attending the University ranging
from financial aid, career services and peer counseling.

* IWE Pro Wrestling presented Wrestling for Alexis on
October 12 in Gaston, SC as a benefit for "Goddess" Alexis
(DuBose) Brooks, currently battling stage 4 colon cancer and
raised $520.

*Gangrel's Wrestling Asylum presented its second annual
cancer fundraiser to benefit the American Cancer Society on
October 13 at The Casino at Dania Beach, FL; featuring
Alundra Blayze, raising $12,000.

* IMPACT Wrestling and Ontario independent wrestler Cody
Deaner frequently does charity work all year round, much of
it for his adopted hometown of Oshawa, ON. This holiday
season he's doing fundraising for a local charitable
organization called Community Living Oshawa/Clarington
(CLOC), which offers opportunities for growth, inclusion and
empowerment to people with developmental disabilities, and
their families. He used Oshawa Generals Hockey Club tickets
and autographed player cards which were raffled off on
October 13, raising $595.

100% proceeds from all of his "Giv'er for Charity"
merchandise sold at his wrestling and speaking events, all
during his special fundraiser will be happening throughout
October and November. For those who can't make it out to an
event in October/November, he has also set-up an online
donation option through
944?sfns=mo (Canadian only)

* Knockout Wrestling presented Knockout Scares Cancer on
October 19 at Via Entertainment, Leesburg, FL. The event
featured wrestling, trick-or-treating, raffles, food and
drink, and a lot more. The event raised $1500 toward
medical costs of two students from Umatilla High with

* Pure Wrestling Association/Canada held their annual
fundraiser on October 19 show to benefit the Hunter Costello
Memorial FUN-dation in Goderich, ON, and raised $3000
toward an accessible playground and to defer pediatric
health care costs.

* Dynamo Pro Wrestling/Glory Pro Wrestling was part of the
annual Eat and Treat event on October 19 at the Chesterfield
Amphitheater in Chesterfield, MO, with Dynamo Pro Wrestling
and Glory Pro Wrestling matches with $18,000 raised
for Maryville University Kids Rock Cancer.

* Empire Wrestling Federation returned to Redlands, CA on
October 19 at the Redlands Elks Lodge, raising $1500
for veterans programs ranging from adaptive therapy to
homeless veterans.

* VxS Wrestling raised $830 at For Pete's Sake, a cancer
fundraiser on October 20 at the Knights of Columbus,
Ridgefield Park, NJ.

*ACTION Wrestling returned to the Roger Spencer Community
Center in Tyrone, GA on October 25 and raised at least
to benefit Promise Place, which exists to prevent
domestic violence through awareness programs, educational
training and providing safe environments for the victims and
their families, utilizing legal advocacy, emergency shelters
and transitional housing.

* Dynamite Championship Wrestling presented a fundraiser for
the Delaware chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide
Prevention on October 26 at the Marydel Fire Department in
Marydel, DE, raising $150.

* UWE Pro Wrestling presented Hardcore Halloween on October
26 at the Wexford Civic Center in Cadillac, MI. Fans brought
numerous dog and cat food and other supplies for local
animal shelters.

* Gangrel's Wrestling Asylum held its second anniversary
show on October 31 at Gangrel's Wrestling Asylum, 1982
Tigertail Boulevard, Building, Dania Beach, FL. It continued
its fundraising campaign for the American Cancer Society.

* Showcase Pro Wrestling will hold food drives at its three
scheduled shows in November; in Showcase Pro Wrestling
School, 126 Main Street, Woonsocket, RI (November 1),
Taunton, MA (Taunton VFW, November 16), and Attleboro, MA
(Attleboro Moose Lodge, November 30), collecting food for
the Woonsocket food pantry at St. James Episcopal Church.
For every item donated fans, will get an entry for a chance
to win free tickets to an upcoming event.

* Primal Conflict Wrestling presented "A Night To Remember
XIII" on November 2 in Harpers Ferry, WV. collecting
canned and non-perishable foods at the show.

* House Of Bricks Pro Wrestling presented #VeteranSlam5 on
Saturday November 2 in New Bedford, MA., raising $100 for
the Veterans of Foreign Wars.

* Hoosier Pro Wrestling held the 16th annual HPW Firemen's
Cheer Fund Toy Drive show, part 1 on November 2 in Columbus,
IN collecting $700 in cash, $500 in toys and $2400
bicyclists for a total of $3600 for Cheer Fund 1.

* Canadian Wrestling's Elite comes to Oak Lake Community
Hall in Oak Lake, MB on November 7 at Virden Collegiate and
benefit Oak Lake Day Care.

* Canadian Wrestling's Elite comes to Yorkdale Central
School at Yorkton, SK on November 8 to benefit the Yorkton
Boys & Girls Club and the school football team.

* Capital Pro Wrestling returns to the Fledge, 1300 Eureka,
Lansing, MI on November 9, featuring veterans, Tommy
Vendetta and Aaron Orion. A portion of the proceeds from the
event will be donated to Soles4Vets, a charity that makes
sure veterans across Michigan to have socks and shoes.

* UWC returns to Kelly's Banquet Hall for our Annual Canned
Food Drive to help those in need on November 9 at Kelly's
Bar Banquet Hall in Wrightstown, NJ.

* Crown of Maine Wrestling returns to the Van Buren
Community Center in Van Buren, Maine for "Feast or Fury" on
November 9. Markus Burke, Wesley Pipes, Ricky Williams and
more will all be making their CMW returns as well as some
new debuts. Don't miss the must see grudge match between
Jacques Francais and RayRayC as the Crowned Jewel will be on
the line as well as Jacques' in ring CMW career. CMW will
also be presenting the first ever Crown of Maine Coat Drive!
Bring a donation and receive $1 off your ticket. Doors open
at 6:00 pm/6:30 bell time. Tickets:Adults $10/Kids $5.

* NAWA Professional Wrestling holds its annual Canned Food
Drive on November 9, at the Burke County Fair, 145 Bost Rd,
Morganton, NC.

* MPWA Pro Wrestling returns on November 9 to The Mall of
Monroe, 2121 N Monroe Street, Monroe, MI to raise funds for
the Navarre Library Homeless Children Literacy Program.
Tickets are: Front Row $20/Gen Admission $15. General
Admission Family four pack $40.

* It's Time To Fight Presents: Wrestling With ALS Trivia
Night on November 15, at 5 PM 222 Queenston Road, Hamilton,
ON in support of the ALS Society Of Canada.

* Total Aggression Pro Wrestling returns to Sautee-
Nacoochee, GA for our annual fundraising event for Caring
Hands Ministry Christmas dinner and toy giveaway!! Doors
open at 6:30, Belltime is 7:30pm.. General Admission tickets
are $10/Kids 6-12 $5/Kids under 5 a FREE.100% OF ALL
the wrestling there will be a raffle for a TAPW cornhole
board set and a $500 tattoo.

* Brew City Wrestling holds its annual Headlock on Hunger
show on November 16 at the Elks Lodge 400, 2301 Springdale
Rd in Waukesha, WI.

* Slam Pro Wrestling on November 16 in Rocky Top, TN with a
7:30 pm bell time. Bring an unwrapped top and get in to the
show for FREE.

* Crossroads Wrestling will do a fundraiser on November 16
at Sacred Heart School in Riverside, NJ for Kathie
Fitzpatrick. Kathie is a long-time friend of the
professional wrestling industry, especially to the local
independent promotions and wrestlers. She has provided
transportation, shelter, and support to talent at NO charge
for 30 years. Many of today's top stars such as AJ Styles,
Abyss, Bret Hart, and DDP have been helped by Kathie, prior
to their success, at no charge. She also worked for ECW.

Unfortunately, Kathie and her Uncle have fallen into
financial hardship. She singlehandedly cares for her Uncle
in his final days with us, in addition to working two full-
time jobs. CRW wants to give back to someone special who
has devoted so much time and love to pro-wrestling.

* ELKMANIA will hold its annual show, ELKMANIA 7 on November
16, a fundraiser for the Elks National Foundation, which
provides veterans services, medical research and college

* Canadian Wrestling's Elite comes to Connaught Youth Centre
in Prince George, BC on November 16 to benefit Prince George

*Pro Wrestling Eclipse returns on November 17 (2:00 pm bell
time) at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 43, 471 Simcoe
Street South, Oshawa, ON. At the show. PWE will be
collecting donations for the LIFE Project, a community group
seeking warm clothing for the upcoming winter months. Most
needed items are XXL men's winter coats, XL woman's winter
coats and kids winter coats.

* Revolutionary Wrestling Alliance (RWA) returns to the
Alnwick Community Center in Maryville, TN on November 17 for
a wrestling show and food drive that will benefit The Lost
Vets. All non perishable food items will be donated to The
Lost Vets Foundation.

* Total Aggression Pro Wrestling returns to the world famous
Landmark Arena in Cornelia, Georgia on November 18. General
Admission $10. Kids 6-12 $5. 5-under are FREE. Partial
proceeds will go to the Caring Hands Ministries, which
provides assistance to those in the northeast Georgia
mountains, including food, prescriptions, food, school
clothes and supplies, coats and blankets.

* Delmarva Wrestling Digest will hold its 5th annual Toys
for Tots Drive on November 20 at Arby's, 700 N 6th St,
Denton, MD...with The Briscoes.

* Canadian Wrestling's Elite comes to Moccasin Square
Gardens in Kamloops, BC on November 20 to benefit the
Kamloops Rugby Club/Kamloops Cadets.

* Horror Slam Wrestling is asking for cash donations to be
contributed to local church food pantries at their November
22 and December shows at B.V. Goodell VFW Post 552, Lincoln
Park, MI.

* Xtreme Limit Wrestling will be holding a fundraiser on
November 22 in Waukesha, WI to help the 42 families that
were victimized by the horrible fires in September at a
local apartment complex.

* Old Time Wrestling returns to Moose Lodge #548 in
Lindenwold, NJ on Saturday, November 23 with a Toys for
Tots collection.

* Uprise Pro Wrestling out of Hendersonville, NC will be
doing a special event for the Toys For Tots WNC program on
November 23 at the East Flat Rock National Guard Armory.

* Atlantic Pro Wrestling comes to the Newburyport Elks, 25
Low Street, Newburyport, MA for an annual Toy Drive show on
November 23.

*True Pro Wrestling holds its annual Tilt-A-Whirl Toy Drive
on November 23 (7:00 pm bell time) at the Salvation Army,
320 W 2nd Street, Berwick, PA It is that time again! Our
annual Toy Drive show. Help kids in need by donating an
unopened toy to save $5 per ticket.

* All Pro Wrestling/Food Bank of Northern Nevada present
Headlock on Hunger at Reed High School, 1350 Baring
Boulevard, Sparks, NV. Headlock on Hunger is a campaign and
non-profit event that aims to raise awareness, and combat
the hunger issue that is affecting the children of the
Truckee Meadows. Throughout the fall, we will have a city
wide food drive with dozens of locations where food
donations can be made.

* All Pro Wrestling (APW) and the Food Bank of Northern
Nevada (FBNN) team up to put a headlock on child hunger in
the Truckee Meadows on November 23 at Reed High School, 1350
Baring Boulevard, Sparks, NV. Doors will open at 6:30 pm.
Admission into this event is only $5 with all proceeds being
donated to the Food Bank of Northern Nevada. Every ticket
purchased will provide 15 meals for the less fortunate.

*Vancouver Island Pro Wrestling will again present
"Headlocks for Hunger" on November 24 in Nanaimo, BC;
collecting canned and non-perishable foods for the local
Loaves and Fishes food bank.

* World's Finest Wrestling will do a raffle where fans get a
ticket for a WFW package with DVDs, T-shirts, stickers, in
return for a donated food item at its November 30 and
December 28 events in Connersville, IN.

* WrestleCade Weekend is a family-friendly convention that
celebrates wrestling and sports entertainment from all eras
from November 29-December 1 at the Benton Convention Center
in WInston-Salem, NC. It is one of the largest 3-day events
of its kind in the world, bringing in an estimated 31,000
attendees since 2012. Proceeds from the event go to the
Christmas Toy Drive to benefit The Salvation Army.

* Xtreme Mountain Wrestling Alliance presents Khori's Show:
A Benefit Show for Khori Overholt on November 30 at Ft.
Craig Boys and Girls Club in Maryville, TN to raise funds
for a heart transplant.

* Championship Wrestling From Ontario comes to the Germania
Club, 863 King Street E, Hamilton, ON on November 30 for
Hammering Cancer, to benefit the Canadian Cancer Society.

* UWE Pro Wrestling presents its annual Headlock on Hunger
event on November 30 at the Wexford Civic Center in
Cadillac, MI with ROH's Beer City Bruiser Matt Winchester.

* Xtreme Intense Championship Wrestling presents Hardcore
with a Heart, the promotion's annual show to feed the hungry
in Detroit, MI on December 1 at the Hot Rock Sports Bar,
24300 Hoover Road, in Warren, MI.

* Northeast Wrestling returns to the NEW Arena, 40 Peck
Road, Bethany, CT on November 30 for a special Toys for Tots

* Crossfire Wrestling returns to the Merritton Community
Centre, St. Catharines. ON on December 7 for the annual
Jingle Bell Brawl. Partial proceeds will go to The Niagara
Peninsula Foundation for Children.

* American Premier Wrestling presents BRAWL 50 on December
7 at the STEAM Academy 1718 Northside Drive East in
Statesboro, GA, a fundraising dinner and wrestling show to
benefit Toys for Tots.

* 3xwrestling will hold a Toy Drive for the American Legion
Post 731 at their December 6 show at the American Legion
Post 731, 1511 S Union Street, Des Moines, IA

* ACTION Wrestling returns to the Roger Spencer Community
Center in Tyrone, GA on December 6 with a 7:30 pm bell time
for their annual Toys for Tots show.

* Innovate Wrestling will be holding a toy drive at its
December 7 show, location to be announced.

* Wrestling With Purpose presents Heart Of A Champion on
Saturday December 7, at the Bill Sapp Recreation Center,
Lumberton, NC. Proceeds go to help the Robeson County
Special Olympics.

* Elite Canadian Championship Wrestling returns to New
Westminster, BC on December 7 for Wrestling With Hunger.

* Hamilton Pro Wrestling will again present Wreck the Halls
at Dom Polski Hall, 4 Solidarnosc Place, Hamilton, ON on
December 7, collecting canned goods and non-perishable food
items for a local food drive as well as toys.

* Empire Wrestling Federation returns to San Bernardino, CA
on December 7 at the VFW Post 8737, 2018 Foothill Boulevard
for its annual Jingle SlamToy Drive show.

* ECWA Pro Wrestling has scheduled its annual Toys for Tots
show on December 7 at Asbury United Methodist Church, New
Castle, DE.

*Total Wrestling Federation returns on December 7 to Ambers
Hall- Stockton, CA for a battlefield of live pro wrestling.
See it live and bring a toy for us to take to Shriners
Hospital in Sacramento for the holidays. $10 advance/online,
$12 at the door, $8 for kids under.

* UWC Pro Wrestling will hold its 21st annual Toys for Tots
show on December 7 at Kelly's Bar Banquet Hall in
Wrightstown, NJ.

* Pure Pro Wrestling will present Christmas Clash on
December 7 in Flint, MI, working with the Catholic Charities
to raise awareness, funds, and food for the North End Soup
Kitchen and their efforts to feed the community.

*Wrestling With Purpose presents Heart Of A Champion 2 on
December 7 at the Bill Sapp Recreation Center, Lumberton, NC
to benefit the Robeson County Special Olympics, featuring CW
Anderson and Jimmy Valiant.

* Hoosier Pro Wrestling will again hold the 16th annual HPW
Firemen's Cheer Fund Toy Drive show, part 2 on December 7 at
their home at the 4-H Fairgrounds, Columbus, IN.

* Battle On The Border Pro Wrestling presents "Miracle On
Main Street" on December 13 at Globetrotters VFW in
Addyston, OH. Details to come on the charity to be

* House Of Bricks Pro Wrestling presents Clash For A Cure on
Friday, December 13 benefitting the Leukemia & Lymphoma
Society at VFW Post 2892 in Fairhaven MA.

* MCW Pro Wrestling/Future of Honor will hold its annual
Toys for Tots show on December 14 at the MCW Arena 1000
Joppa Farm Road, Joppa, MD

* DWI Wrestling will hold a Toys for Tots fundraiser on
December 14, at 1:30 the Rivercrest Community
Development Rivercrest Clubhouse parking lot, 11560 Ramble
Creek Drive, Riverview, FL

* Combat Zone Wrestling and DJ Hyde have agreed again to do
the annual Toys for Tots collection (in conjunction with the
Marine Corps Reserve) for the fourteenth year in a row as
they present Cage of Death XXI on Saturday, December 14 at
the Colossal Sports Academy at The Coliseum, 333 Preston
Ave, Voorhees Township, NJ.

* Battle On The Border Pro Wrestling presents "Christmas
Chaos" on December 14 at VFW Post 7570 in Harrison, OH.
Details to come on the charity to be benefited.

* Dropkick Depression presents To Infinity And Beyond on
December 14 at the Knights of Columbus, 61 Pine St, Old
Bridge, NJ with a 7:30 pm bell time. Main event: Terra
Calaway vs Jeff Cannonball in Terra Calaway's final match of
her career. Dropkick Depression helps raise funds for worthy
non-profit organizations bringing awareness to depression
and suicide prevention.

*Gangrel's Wrestling Asylum presents its third annual Toy
Drive on December 14 at The Casino at Dania Beach, FL.

* Dynamite Championship Wrestling holds its annual Toys for
Tots collection at its December 14 show at the Marydel Fire
Department in Marydel, DE.

* Eastern Panhandle Pro Wrestling held its Christmas charity
event, entitled Absolute Domination, on December 20 at
Middleway Volunteer Fire Company, Kearneysville, WV to
benefit Martinsdale Rescue Mission.

* Total Wrestling Federation returns on December 21 to
Colonial Theatre in Sacramento in Stockton, CA for its
annual show to collect toys for children at Shriner's

* Northeast Wrestling returns to the NEW Arena, 40 Peck
Road, Bethany, CT on December 21 for a special Toys for Tots
Event with Brian Pillman Jr.

*Great Canadian Wrestling returns to Oshawa, ON on December
27 for Season's Beatings to benefit Simcoe Hall Settlement
House, collecting canned and non-perishable goods.

* Pro Wrestling Eclipse presents its Holiday show in Oshawa,
ON on Friday, December 27 (2:00 pm bell time) at the Royal
Canadian Legion Branch 43, 471 Simcoe Street South, Oshawa,
ON. The Eclipse Cup is one of the oldest awards in PWE
tracing back to before PWE ever existed. Previous winner
have included Joshua James, Tyler Tirva and most recently
Jake Jones. This year, Pro Wrestling Eclipse will be in
partnership with a local charity and will be accepting
donations on their behalf. More details to follow shortly.

* DAWG Pro Wrestling will be holding a Toys for Tots and
canned food collection at their December 28 show at MaxFit
and Sports on 240 Delsea Drive in Glassboro, NJ.

Please email me your events, or message me at the PWBTS
Facebook page. I want to start listing these events as soon
as possible.

Until next time....

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