CWE Cruel Summer Tour Smashes into Thunder Bay with WWF Legend D-Lo Brown!

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Friday, June 14th – Thunder Bay, ON
Location: Moose Hall (434 Fort William Rd.)
Time: VIP/Meet & Greet 6 PM, Doors Open 6:30 PM, Bell Time 7 PM
Tickets: VIP First Priority Access Meet & Greet $30, General Admission $25 in advance, $30 at the door
*Advance Tickets Available At: Comix Plus Music Exchange (186 S. Algoma St.), Good To Go Lotto (777 Memorial Ave. Inside Wal Mart), 807 Cards & Collectibles (118 Cumberland St. N)
Advance Tickets Online At: www.cwetickets.com

THUNDER BAY – Hold onto your hats, wrestling fans, because Canadian Wrestling’s Elite is bringing the heat with the Cruel Summer Tour on Friday, June 14th, at Moose Hall! This isn’t just any wrestling event; it’s the most electrifying show to hit Thunder Bay, featuring none other than WWF legend D-Lo Brown!

That’s right, Thunder Bay, the one and only D-Lo Brown will be in the house!

And that’s not all! Thunder Bay’s own Tyson Hiller is ready to throw down against the 7-time CWE Champion “Hotshot” Danny Duggan in a battle that promises to be nothing short of spectacular!

But wait, there’s more!

Witness the high-flying chaos as CAM!!ikaze takes on “The Headline” Shaun Martens in a match that will leave you on the edge of your seat. Feel the thunder as Josh “Cheeks” Holliday faces off against “Lion Warrior” Bobby Sharp in a clash of titans!

The action keeps rolling with:

  • CWE Tag Team Champion Scott Ripley going head-to-head with “The Rebel” Bobby Collins.
  • Adrien “Bamm Bamm” Burton locking horns with “The Mastermind” Kevin Cannon.

And that’s just the tip of the iceberg, folks! The night will be hosted by the incomparable Chris Krumps and feature much more exhilarating action!

This is an event you cannot afford to miss! Grab your tickets now and be part of the wildest night in Thunder Bay wrestling history. Feel the adrenaline, hear the roar of the crowd, and witness legends and rising stars collide in an unforgettable spectacle!

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