By Adam Brazeau
CORNWALL, Ontario – Die hard wrestling fans have a chance to ditch all the romance next month with a night of televised hard-hitting action.
Randy 'The Rage' Berry.
Mecca Pro Wrestling (MPW) is starting its reign in the ring in 2014 with a knockout performance at ‘No Love Lost’ on Saturday, Feb. 8 at The Agora Catholic Centre. Fists will fly and bodies will drop starting at 7 p.m.
Nine matches laced with adrenaline will showcase upcoming wrestling talent as they fight to make a name in one of the world’s toughest industries.
“The crowd can expect to see the most interactive, action-packed, family-friendly show in town,” said Randy ‘The Rage’ Berry, MPW founder and wrestler.
In 2013, Cornwall’s independent wrestling companies fought hard to regain their former stronghold on the local entertainment scene. And this year is no different. At No Love Lost, indie wrestlers will be ready to test their limits in the ring for hundreds of loyal fans and spectators looking for a good fight.
Since TV Cogeco is taping the event, Berry wants to see the crowd get exposure as well as the wrestlers.
“Fans are encouraged to bring signs for a better chance to be seen on TV,” he said.
Tickets are $12 in advance or $40 for a family pack of four. They can be purchased at Nativity Bowling and Poppy's Pawns Plus. Call (613) 936-1551 for ticket reservations.
The next MPW event will be held on Sat., March 8 at The Agora Catholic Centre (301 McConnell Avenue). Proceeds will go towards Community Living.