Rising Phoenix Wrestling Announces Exciting Venue Change for July 14 Show Greg DeMarco, The Voice of RPW [email protected]
On July 14, 2007, wrestling fans will once again be treated to a night like no other in the state of Arizona as the stars of Rising Phoenix Wrestling return to the ring. But according to RPW president Earnest Guill, this event has become more special thanks to a change in venue. Today, Guill contacted me to share the news that RPWâ€™s next show has been moved to the Boys & Girls Club of the East Valley, in Mesa.
“The move to the Boys & Girls Club allows Rising Phoenix Wrestling to make our family friendly entertainment available to a wider variety of fans. The success of Rising Phoenix Wrestling is solely based on the unending support weâ€™ve seen from the fans in the area in which we hold our events. As part of this move, RPW will be donating tickets to the Boys & Girls Club so that many kids that normally wouldnâ€™t have the chance to see a live wrestling show can attend the show for free. Changing our venue and providing free tickets to families through the Boys & Girls Club was the best way for RPW to say thank you to the Mesa community.”
The official event information is as follows:
July 14, 2007
Boys & Girls Club of the East Valley
211 W. 6th Avenue
Mesa, Arizona 85210
Directions will be available online at www.risingphoenixwrestling.com. One thing that a change in venue does not mean is a change in the amazing wrestling action that Rising Phoenix Wrestling has become known for. June 9th saw RPW provide a history making moment as “Bonecrusher” Fred Sampson pinned Glamour Boy Shane to advance past the first round of the NWA World Heavyweight Title Tournament. At that event fans also saw Brandon Nitro fall short in his quest to capture the Arizona Heavyweight Championship from “XXX” Lawrence Tyler, but not until Tyler utilized the title belt to end Nitroâ€™s efforts. The Hawaiian Lion finally avenged the attacks of Black Metal by making the big man pass out to win a brutal “I-Quit” match.
On July 14, Arizona wrestling fans will once again have the chance to see the biggest stars in Arizona and the Southwest. Just take a look at the wrestlers who promise to go all out in the no-limits style of RPW:
Arizona Heavyweight champion “XXX” Lawrence Tyler: Since winning the championship last August, no one has been able to unseat the champ. On June 9, Tyler reaffirmed his relationship with Team POS partner “Miracle” Mike James when both men took out their aggressions on TNT.
TNT â€“ “Mr. 300%” Brandon Nitro and Operation Iraqi Freedom veteran and Bronze Star Nominee Johnny Dynamite: Since his debut in January, Brandon Nitro has become the most prolific high-flyer in the state of Arizona, thrilling fans with the Space Flying Tiger Bomb and the 450 Splash. Military veteran Johnny Dynamite has also shown tremendous athleticism in his RPW outings, scoring a clean victory over Mike James at the last show. The Hawaiian Lion: One of Japanâ€™s fastest rising stars was haunted by the notorious Black Metal since January. Lion was finally able to defeat the monster in a one-on-one setting on June 9th. What does the future hold for one of the hardest hitting men in all of Arizona? We just might learn more on July 14th.
“Miracle” Mike James: the man hailing from “A Little Known Place Called None of Your Damn Business” has shown that his never ending talent will have to take a back seat to the nefarious ways of Team POS in his attempted attack on Brandon Nitro after the June 9th title match.
You can also see RPW Arizona legend The Navajo Warrior, RPW Commissioner JS Crock and the international superstars of the National Wrestling Alliance.
July 14, 2007 promises to be the next event in a long line of great events promoted by Rising Phoenix Wrestling, and it will be made even more special thanks to the tickets donated to the host venue, the Boys & Girls Club of the East Valley in Mesa. Stay tuned to www.risingphoenixwrestling.com for more details about the show and to purchase tickets for a special discounted online rate.