Posted February 22nd, 2013 by 1Wrestling News Team

Ring Warriors presents ‘February Fury’ this Saturday night in South Florida

Fort Lauderdale, FL – On Saturday, Feb. 23, Ring Warriors returns to South Florida for “February Fury,” a seven match card that takes place at the Broward College South Campus Gym, 7200 Pines Blvd., Pembroke Pines, with an 8 p.m. start time.

In the main event, the Ring Warriors Grand Champion “The Marquee” Bruce Santee defends his title against former ECW and NWA world champion and current Ring of Honor star “The King of Old School” Steve Corinio.

Corino recently had these comments for Santee: http://youtu.be/k8Hc0OF9T0A, while Santee had this response for Corino: http://youtu.be/4CVaeuhrjQU.

In other matches, the Ring Warriors Global Tag Team Champions, “The VIP” Cassidy Riley and Aces & Eights TNA star Wes Brisco put their titles on the line against “The Black Nature Boy” Scoot Andrews and South Florida veteran Billy Fives.

In a Battling Bombshells division match, the ladies take center stage as two-time champ La Rosa Negra squares off with fellow Puerto Rican and the debuting self-proclaimed “Boricua Princess” Amber Rodriguez.

In a Special Challenge match, “The Black Stallion” Frank Stone takes on Future of Wrestling Champ Thee Sean Allen.

Former TNA star Jesse Neal goes one-on-one with former NWA World Tag Team Champion Kory Chavis in a Clash of Titans.

In battle of international superstars, Johnny Vandal from Japan’s Zero-One promotion takes on one of Canada’s Greatest Athletes, J.D. Maverick.

And the self-proclaimed “King of Florida” Francisco Ciatso squares off with former WWE developmental talent “The British Lion” Tommy Taylor.

There will also be a special appearance by Florida Wrestling Legend “The Prince of Darkness” Kevin Sullivan.
Tickets for “February Fury” are $15 for Ringside and $12 for General Admission and available online at http://www.RingWarriors.net/tickets.html

For more information visit http://www.RingWarriors.net or http://www.facebook.com/ringwarriors or call the Ring Warriors hotline at 954-828-2162.

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