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A live pro-wrestling event in Lexington on Saturday is raising money for wounded soldiers.
The Virginia Wounded Warrior Program will receive a portion of ticket sales at New Year's Chaos, which is set for Saturday night at the 5,000-seat Virginia Horse Center.
The Wounded Warrior Program was established in 2008 in response to the growing need to improve and expand services to our nation's veterans and their family members whose lives have been touched by stress-related injuries or traumatic brain injury.
The lineup for New Year's Chaos includes names like Goldust, "The Masterpiece" Chris Masters, "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan, Shawn Daivari and Angelina Love.
More information about the show is online at TopRopeProWrestling.com.
- Pro Wrestling in the Valley
- A different type of show at Horse Center
- Economic Impact: Fans coming from all over Virginia, Ohio, Maryland, West Va., North Carolina
- What goes into putting on a Wrestling Show (Behind the Scenes)
- Meet the Superstars, Fan Meet and Greet
- TRU-TV Midget Stars performing at show
- Vendors to include Virginia Wounded Warriors Project, Virginia Employment Commission-Veterans' Employment, U.S. Army
If your news team is interested in doing any location coverage the day of the show, we will have people on site during the day on Saturday to accommodate getting wrestlers on camera for interviews, and we will of course accommodate any needs related to live shots during your 6 p.m., 10 p.m. and 11 p.m. newscasts.
Chris Graham, Promoter
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- B roll footage from a previous show put on by Top Rope Pro Wrestling's sister company, Awesome Wrestling Entertainment.
- Print-quality photos