Posted July 3rd, 2012 by 1Wrestling News Team


Professional wrestling fans in the Twin Cities are in for a rare treat the evening of Saturday, July 7, 2012, as the National Wrestling Alliance (NWA) World’s Heavyweight Championship will be contested in the third of a best-of-seven series between champion Colt Cabana and former champion “Scrap Iron” Adam Pearce. The main event is part of a great lineup promoted by Steel Domain Wrestling. The series has been aptly named “Seven Levels of Hate,” as the feud between the two combatants has been waged from coast to coast. This particular contest will be held under “I Quit” rules.
It has been more than two decades since the NWA title, professional wrestling’s oldest and most prestigious crown, was defended in this area. The championship has been held by such luminaries as “Nature Boy” Ric Flair, Harley Race, Jack Brisco, Terry Funk, and others. It has the most verifiable and traceable history of any title in the sport’s history. Truly a coup for Steel Domain Wrestling, the event will take place at the Hopkins Pavilion, 11000 Excelsior in Hopkins, and will benefit the Hopkins Youth Hockey Program. The card will showcase some of the finest young pro wrestling talent in the country. Also scheduled to appear are two of the sport’s legendary stars, former Intercontinental Heavyweight Champion, “The Honkytonk Man,” and a long time Twin Cities favorite, the “Clawmaster,” Baron Von Raschke!
A special autograph and photo party will be held earlier in the afternoon, and vintage wrestling memorabilia will be available for purchase.
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