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BISCHOFF VS. MCMAHON’S FORMER “RIGHT HAND MAN” … AND YOU CAN WITNESS IT!

Posted December 1st, 2014 by 1Wrestling News Team

Mark the date on your calendar. January 25 2015 YOU can be part of professional wrestling history. You can witness the first ever open forum discussion/debate between the two Monday Night War pioneers Eric Bischoff and Bruce Prichard.

There is going to be another “Rumble” taking place that Sunday between two of the most powerful men in pro wrestling.Former president of WCW, Eric Bischoff will be going face to face with Vince McMahon’s former right hand man, head of talent relations and key member of the creative team Bruce Prichard on stage for a one of a kind show like you never seen before.
Do you want to know the behind the scenes “dirt” between the two feuding companies WWE & WCW during the highest rated televised wrestling programs of the 1990’s and the men responsible. They want to tell their side of the story in front of a live crowd for the first time ever!!!
Do you have a question you want answered? They will answer it.
Due to the highly controversial and legal ramifications This No Holds Barred discussion will have No video cameras allowed. Be a part of this iconic event.

It all goes down at the World Famous Dave and Busters located only 10 minutes away from the Wells Fargo Center at Penn’s Landing, 325 N Columbus Blvd, Philadelphia, PA 19106.

This is not just a meet and greet…its so much more!!!! It all starts at 12 PM with a one hour VIP meet and greet where you will be able to get pictures and autographs with Eric Bischoff and Bruce Prichard. There will also be food and beverages available at that time. The live show will take place from 1 P.M. to 3 P.M. When the event is over you will have plenty of time to grab some food and head over to the Royal Rumble or watch it there.

Limited Tickets are available. Don’t miss out on History in the making. Tickets will be on sale this week (the link will be posted as soon as tickets become available!!!! DONT MISS THIS!!!

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