Posted November 18th, 2011 by 1Wrestling News Team

Pine Bluff’s own Tim Storm to be part of wrestling card Nov. 19

PINE BLUFF – A former Pine Bluff High School competitor will join a roster of pro wrestling legends and
area favorites when Traditional Championship Wrestling (TCW) hosts “Night of Legends” Saturday, Nov.
19 at the historic Pine Bluff Convention Center.

“Competing with TCW in front of my hometown fans is a dream come true,” said Tim Storm, a graduate
of PBHS who went on to play college football in the state at Ouachita Baptist. “TCW features the best
in wrestling today plus many of the legends from our business, presented in a manner that the whole
family can enjoy.”

Storm will compete as part of the show’s double main event, facing long-time rival Jeff Jett for the TCW
International Heavyweight Championship. Jett will have famed women’s wrestling star Stacy “The Cat”
Carter in his corner for the contest.

In another main event match, VH-1 Celeb-reality star Matt Riviera will face Killer Nikels, who will have
wrestling manager Boy Bradford in his corner. Riviera, a Russellville native, will be accompanied to
ringside by wrestling legend Jake “The Snake” Roberts.

Former National Wrestling Alliance (NWA) World Champion Tommy “Wildfire” Rich will appear on the
show, teaming with young, upstart “Darling” Dustin Heritage. The duo will have valet Talon at ringside as
they take on a team billed as the “Texas Tornadoes.” The winning combination will face TCW Tag Team
Champions “All That” Alan Steel and “Mr. Saturday Night” Michael Barry, collectively known as “Genetic
Perfection” and managed by Rich Rude.

Another wrestling great will be paired with a regional star as former World Championship Wrestling

(WCW) star “Beautiful” Bobby Eaton and manager Brian Thompson lead TCW Junior Heavyweight
Champion “The Golden Boy” Greg Anthony into action against an opponent that will be named the night
of show as part of an “open challenge.”

“Pine Bluff is one of the favorite tour stops on the TCW calendar,” said Tom Simon, a member of the
TCW’s Board of Directors. “We encourage fans to get tickets earlier to secure the best possible seat

Tickets for the event are $20 for front row, $15 for second and $11 for general admission. Matches from
the show will be taped for broadcast on TCW’s television program that airs each Saturday at 12:30 p.m.
on KARZ.

For more information on this and other TCW events, visit www.TCWwrestling.com.

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