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Pro Wrestling Returns to Red Hill Firehouse
Written by Larry Roeder, Editor

Professional wrestler “Blitzkrieg” threatens World Wide Wrestling Association President Dino Sanna after Sanna refused to divulge the name of the German’s Saturday night opponent in Red Hill.

        Professional sports entertainment returns to Red Hill when the World Wide Wrestling Alliance (WWWA) brings a series of eight matches to the Red Hill firehouse on Saturday, Oct. 5.

        Doors open for the fundraising event at 5:30 p.m. with the first match starting at 6:30.  Ticket prices are $10 for general admission and $12 for ringside seats.  Tickets will be available at the door. 

        Once again the cavernous home of fire and other emergency apparatus will be transformed into a crowd-friendly arena that gives fans an up-close-and personal view of their favorite wrestler.  The night will kickoff with a special WWWA tribute to all veterans.

         WWWA President Dino Sanna promises an exciting night for the whole family as wrestlers face off in the “squared circle.”  Sanna has been in professional wrestling for 33 years and said, “This is a great opportunity for residents to bring their families and come out to support the fire company … you can see wrestling the way it was meant to be with no soap opera and no vulgarity.”

        The WWWA last visited the Red Hill Fire Company on July 29 for a successful event and is looking forward to the return. 

        This time fans can look forward to a “high impact ladder match” between Ken Andrews and Marcus Streets.  Also on the slate for Saturday, Ladies champ Fantasia and challenger Nyla Rose will look to settle a controversy that erupted the last time they did battle in Red Hill.  Some of the other wrestlers who will be on hand Saturday include Tag Team Champions, Big Molsonns, Greywolf, Latin Connection and many others.

        One of the surprises for the evening involves the current United States Champion, Blitzkrieg, whose motto “Be strong; be ruthless and march to victory,” heralds his style of combat.

        Ever since becoming champion more than a year ago, Blitzkrieg and Sanna haven’t been able to see eye-to-eye.  According to Blitzkrieg, “This stupid American, like every other foreigner in this country, doesn’t give me the respect I bring to the belt.” 

        Sanna has refused to release the name of Blitzkrieg’s opponent for Saturday night claiming that it will be a surprise for the big man from Wolfs Lair, Germany.

        According to sources, in his last match, Blitzkrieg pummeled his opponent, Dennis Reaper, outside of the ring, and dragged his broken body back through the ropes, knocking out the referee along the way.  Blitzkrieg pinned the motionless Reaper and slammed the hand of the unconscious referee three times on the mat to claim the victory.  Reaper is still in the hospital.  Sanna called the match controversial and a disgrace.  He promised to “take care of” the ruthless and merciless champ.  It appears that will happen this Saturday night.

        It almost happened at a pre-event interview last Thursday night at the Red Hill firehouse as Sanna was taking questions from this reporter.  Blitzkrieg interrupted and demanded to know who his Saturday night opponent is.  He physically approached and threatened the founder and CEO of the WWWA.  

        Cooler heads prevailed and the near fist-to-cuffs was squashed, but the incident surely was a precursor to an interesting Saturday night for all who attend.

        On a friendlier note, concession time is special for the wrestlers and fans.  The midway point of the night provides an opportunity for wrestlers and fans to interact with each other.  It’s a great opportunity to take photos and collect autographs.  Sanna encourages all of the wrestlers to come out for the meet-and-greet at every WWWA event.

        Red Hill Fire Company Chief Scott Alderfer added that the sports entertainment wrestling event “went well back in July and he hopes people come out and have fun, enjoy the show and show their support for the fire company” this time around as well.

        To purchase tickets in advance call the Red Hill fire house at 215-679-8051 or the WWWA office at 215-262-7184.

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