October means halloween, but it also means plenty of athletic activity in the Derby City, something I plan on taking a look at here.
From Jerry Lawler to John Cena and everywhere in between Louisville has been a mainstay in the world of professional wrestling. Because of that the city has seen some amazing characters and some that well let's say aren't, so just for kicks let's look back at some of these less than stellar professional wrestling characters.
Louisville's horror and sci-fi convention, "Fright Night" brings out a couple performance based athletes as well as many other notables.
Total Non-Stop Action Wrestling is taping a live special in Broadbent Arena in the coming days.
Two wrestling all stars appeared at this year's New Year's Spectacular at the Kentucky Expo Center's Flea Market, welcoming buyers and sellers alike.
Louisville's Ohio Valley Wrestling has signed a deal with Total Non-Stop Action Wrestling, and is working in conjunction with an area film crew
Three wrestling icons made their way to the Labor Day Flea Market spectacular of all places on Saturday to the joy of a number of old school wrestling fans.
The city of Louisville's relationship is even more evident with the recent wrestling hall of fame inductions.
I believe the city that is trying to "keep weird" as so many bumper stickers I've seen say needs the related sports. A few of those "weird" sports, I'd like to suggest.
The Charlestown Civic Center, Charlestown Indiana, exploded with excitement Saturday night as Livewire Champion Wrestling made its comeback.
Nick Dinsmore has been a local staple in the world of professional wrestling now for years, however he's certainly seen his share of national success as well.
Mark Sciarra has become a legend in the world of professional wrestling but wrestling fans might know him by another name.
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