Do you like professional wrestling?
If the answer is yes, you’re in luck.
Wrestling For A Cause, or WFC, is returning to Claremore this Saturday for a show at Mobra Gymnasium.
Titled “Freedom Rings Rumble: Fight For Jericho”, the show is aimed to benefit a child named Jericho and his family. WFC’s goal is to provide outstanding family-friendly wrestling action while helping children diagnosed with cancer.
VIP doors open at 3:30 p.m., while general admission gets in at 4:30 p.m. The first match begins at 5 p.m.
Matches include Wesley Crane vs. a mystery opponent, Dimitri Alexandrov vs. Double D for the WFC Championship, the main event of Sam Stackhouse vs. Alex Royal and the Freedom Rings Rumble, where winner gets a WFC title match at the eight-year anniversary show.
Front row VIP is sold out, but there are still plenty of general admission tickets remaining.
Adult general admission ticket prices run at $20, while kids general admission tickets cost only $10.
All proceeds go toward young Jericho and his family.
If you are interested in attending this event, tickets can be bought at www.wfctickets.com.
WFC is a state-recognized non-profit organization.