Posted September 7th, 2016 by 1Wrestling News Team

From the Gimmick Tree Entertainment Offices,

John Michael Sullivan — Publicist


Gimmick Tree Entertainment and Modern Vintage Wrestling are excited to return to the great city of Wilmington, North Carolina to put on our October 29th Deja Voodoo iPPV Wrestling Event at the Schwartz Center in Downtown Wilmington, located on the campus of Cape Fear Community College. WWE Hall of Famer and wrestling legend ‘The Icon’ Sting will be coming back to Wilmington for the first time in over 20 years, and will be joined by the likes of fellow WWE Hall of Famer Ron Simmons, Olympic Gold Medalist Kurt Angle, and a locker room full of wrestling stars of the past, the present, and the future.

North Carolina has long been a state synonymous with professional wrestling- it is a tradition over 100 years old. Ever since the days of territorial wrestling and Jim Crockett Promotions, the state of North Carolina has showcased legendary events, feuds, and matches, while also producing world-famous talent like WWE Women’s Champion Charlotte, the Hardy Boyz, and 16-Time World Champion Ric Flair over the years. Modern Vintage Wrestling carries on the time-honored tradition of exceptional professional wrestling in North Carolina, while also creating a modern legacy of our own.

Gimmick Tree Entertainment has also focused its efforts on fundraising work with nonprofit organizations, such as The Arc of North Carolina and the Wilmington Police Recreational Association (WPRA), in putting on this event. The Arc of North Carolina has been providing advocacy and support services to individuals with developmental disabilities for over 60 years, and it is truthfully our honor to work alongside them and the courageous officers who risk their own lives everyday to keep the community safe in the Wilmington Police Department. It is our wish not only to raise the funds for these businesses, but also to raise awareness, appreciation, and respect for the invaluable services offered by both of these fine organizations.

The event itself kicks off at 4 PM with a fan expo, complete with meet and greet packages for the wrestlers, local vendors, and even a Halloween costume contest. There’s plenty of fun to be had for the whole family, and with tickets starting at just $15 for admission to both the fan expo and wrestling show, there’s no reason not to come down to the Schwartz Center on Halloween weekend for one treat of a show.

Our host Bill Apter will also be on hand to sell and sign copies of his best selling book, “Is Wrestling Fixed? I Didn’t Know It Was Broken!”

JUST ADDED: Members of the legendary Crockett family will be their to inform you about the mission of the Crockett Foundation.

Tickets can be found online at http://gimmicktree.ticketfly.com/

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