PRO WRESTLING HALL OF FAME (WICHITA FALLS) ANNOUNCES SPECIAL EVENT WITH PAUL ORNDORFF

Posted June 17th, 2016 by 1Wrestling News Team

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The Professional Wrestling Hall of Fame (PWHF), located in the heart of downtown Wichita Falls on the first floor of the Big Blue Annex, is quickly becoming the mecca for wrestling fans around the world to relive their childhood and see the rich history of professional wrestling. Over 7,000 square feet of display space with more displays being planned and areas being created to continue the history lesson; we are excited about the calls regarding tours, hours of operation and upcoming events planned.

Our next autograph signing opportunity planned is coming up July 10th! We are proud to announce a longtime supporter of the PWHF and Hall of Fame Inductee, class of 2009 Modern Era, as well as a WWE Hall of Famer and a University of Tampa Football Hall of Famer. He has rings from many Hall of Fames and accolades but he himself says the PWHF ring is the only one he wears because it’s the real deal, where he was voted in by his peers in the business of professional wrestling. He has always been wonderful, in and out of the ring, Paul Orndorff “Mr. Wonderful” is excited about coming and spending a few days in Wichita Falls. He’s always loved the museum but is looking forward to being able to thank the community that the PWHF now calls home!

Mr. Wonderful Paul Ordnorff Meet & Greet is Sunday, July 10th from 3pm – 5pm at the PWHF. Admission to the museum for the day is $1 per person; there will be posters created specifically for this event to be autographed for sale, as well as 8×10 promotional pics and personal photos with Mr. Wonderful, all available for purchase. Autographed posters start at $20, taken and printed photos with Mr. Wonderful autographed will be $30 plus other photos will be available. All proceeds from this and all PWHF signings go towards the 501(c)3 non-profit of the museum for daily upkeep, expenses and improvement of the displays.

For more information about this and all other Professional Wrestling Hall of Fame and Museum activities, visit our website atwww.pwhf.org or call the museum at 940-264-8123.

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