March match-ness fun for the whole fam­ily

Get ready for high-flying, body-slam­ming, chair-throw­ing good times as two T.O. wrestling out­fits com­plete with masked fighters and span­dex suits square off with March events the en­tire fam­ily can en­joy

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Se­bas­tian Das­tranj, Smash Wrestling, 2012 Ronda Rousey is a big pro wrestling fan, and her stock is still among the high­est for any crossover celebrity. Any overly 1980s’ cheesy car­toon hero or vil­lain nick­name is the worst for me. Names like Skull Crusher are a poor re­flec­tion of what pro wrestling’s evolved into. Nei­ther. Over time, with ex­pe­ri­ence, you find com­fort in de­vel­op­ing your own iden­tity and style. F8FUL EIGHT, Franklin Horner Com­mu­nity Cen­tre, March 4, doors open at 6 p.m. Watch the cham­pi­onship match, with a special ap­pear­ance by Jake The Snake. Jor­dan Mar­ques, LuchaTO, 2015 I’d like to see Child­ish Gam­bino (Don­ald Glover) step in­side of the ring. He was al­most cho­sen to be the new Spi­der-Man, and we all know that Spidey got his big break in­side of a pro wrestling ring. The Hick­ster: He was a6’ 1", 500-pound wrestler who dressed up like a Con­fed­er­ate Hulk Ho­gan and be­lieved he was just as big of a star. I would con­sider my­self more like the Rock. I throw up the peo­ple’s eye­brow [the Rock’s sig­na­ture move] and can spot a jabroni [one who loses to make other wrestlers look bet­ter] a mile away. Bul­let­proof Mas­caras, Lee’s Palace, March 5, at 5 p.m. Watch Luchadors take on pro wrestling’s evil pro­fes­sor, Dr. Cube [this event is 19+].

SE­BAS­TIAN SUAVE, “THE EN­DORSE­MENT” Smash Wrestling, owner VS. SPACE MON­KEY Wrestler for LuchaTO

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