Professional wrestling returns to Gloucester Saturday, as NWA Fusion Professional Wrestling will hold an action-packed night of body slams and piledrivers at the Gloucester Moose Lodge building, starting at 6:30.
NWA Fusion is a locally owned wrestling entertainment company whose primary goal is to provide the community with affordable, family-friendly shows, according to co-owner Brandon Bailey of Gloucester.
"We have built a strong product that we are proud of, from fundraisers for churches, Boys and Girls clubs and fire departments to autograph sessions and flag football games with kids," Bailey said. "All this effort by our wrestlers has grown our company from a locally based business to a Mid-Atlantic regional powerhouse and now top independent wrestling company in the entire state."
In Saturday’s show, local favorite "The Pain Train" Preston Quinn will take on "Diamond" Victor Griff for the #1 contender spot for the NWA Contin...
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