Tommy Dreamer's House of Hardcore is teaming up with Wrestling For Warriors to make this event Hardcore for Charity at the Grand Wayne Convention Center, 120 W Jefferson Blvd, Fort Wayne, IN
Wrestling For Warriors is more than just professional wrestling... it is a combination of taking children who are fighting disability or life threatening illness and giving them a reason to smile, mixed with philanthropy and topped with professional wrestling.
There is a magic to professional wrestling for these brave children, who we call Warriors, that simply cannot be described. No matter what they are facing, they forget reality for the day, lose themselves in the story line and cheer for their favorite competitors. And even for just one day, they smile.
The philanthropy aspect comes from each show having a selected beneficiary that receives all of the ticket proceeds. This means that when the show is over, there are more Warriors who benefit from the days events. For this show, we have selected Camp Red Cedar, which is a summer camp for children fighting disability.
The professional wrestling is pretty self explanatory. We invite the best professional wrestlers to be a part of these events. You will see former stars from WWE, TNA, GFW, ROH and many more... And sometimes, you will see wrestlers before they make it to the next level!
We pride ourselves in being able to deliver you top quality talent but we take more pride in doing it all for a greater cause, the brave Warriors who fight every day against disability or life threatening illness.
Tommy Dreamer performed at a Wrestling For Warriors event earlier in 2017 and felt the same conviction towards helping these children. That's one reason why he wanted to team up for the next show in Ft. Wayne.
With Dreamer bringing the House of Hardcore to this event, you can bet that it will be action packed and will sell out! Don't delay.... get your tickets now!
Feature matches announced:
* Street Fight Eddie Edwards takes on Sami Callihan
* Matt Cross (aka MDogg and Lucha Underground's Son of Havoc) takes on Nick Cutler