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SideShow Wrestling Pop-Up Comes To Nashville April 13

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*The Following Was Sent To Us By Phillip Stamper*

 

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, UNITED STATES, April 2, 2019 – Hurry, hurry, hurry, wrestling fans! The SideShow is coming to town. 
Saturday, April 13, the Victory Center in Morrison, TN will host an explosive mashup of wrestling when SideShow Wrestling comes to town to join Mayhem Wrestling and Tennessee All Pro Wrestling’s Super Showdown.
The SideShow Pop-Up promises to be a dynamic event, showcasing wrestling wonders from around the globe, such as NXT and ROH veteran Corey Hollis squaring off in a test of strength and skill against All Elite Wrestling’s own Brandon Cutler. 
Guests will be on the edge of their seats during the show-stopping Triple Threat Match between the chaotic clown Tripp Cassidy, the cunning leader of the “Brick Nation,” Mr. Brickster, and the fiercest flip-flops in the game, Cabana Man Dan.
And in the main event, two titans – three-time TNA Champion and Dojo Pro Veteran “Cowboy” James Storm and WWE Hall of Famer Billy Gunn – team up to tame the ferocious freak show of fighting, Kerry Awful and Nick Iggy, better known as The Carnies. 
These three matches and more will be assembled this Summer for the first SideShow Wrestling TV Special coming to digital platforms.
Expect the unexpected at the SideShow Pop-Up at Super Showdown! 
ALL SEATS ONLY $10! Kids 5 & under get in free.
Saturday, April 13th! 
Meet the stars starting at 7:00pm! 
Bell time is 8:00pm!
The Victory Center
5542 Manchester Hwy
Morrison, TN 
Do not miss this spectacular night of SideShow Wrestling at the Super Showdown!
Kevin Martin
Tennessee All Pro Wrestling / Super Showdown
+1 6154380970
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Powerbomb.TV Break The Barrier 2017 Reaction

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By Nicholas Jason Lopez

 

May 15, 1999 was a historical day for independent wrestling as the former ECW Arena hosted an event called “Break The Barrier.”

BTB I was put together by Al Isaacs, Remy Arteaga and Barbi Bistrowitz of “Scoopswrestling.com,” as a way to showcase the best independent wrestlers as the card represented 12 different promotions.

Talent like “Lightning” Mike Quackenbush, Lou Marconi, Joey Matthews, Christian York and Nick Gage appeared and made names for themselves.

History repeated itself this year on Jun. 11 in Old Forge, PA., as Powerbomb.TV – a streaming service that provides 267 hours of content from 41 promotions as of press time – hosted “Break The Barrier 2017” in a similar supercard that included the likes of Colt Cabana, John Silver, Dasher Hatfield, Ophidian and Desean Pratt.

With Bryce Remsburg back and forth between commentary, pre-show duties and officiating, the broadcast had a CHIKARA-esque feel with a logical edginess.

Without much further ado, we’ll assess just how “Broken” this “Barrier” was nowadays.

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