Advance tickets will not be sold after Friday at 6 p.m.! Avoid paying full price at the door!
River City Wrestling returns Saturday, November 4 at Hope of Glory Church, 339 W. Hutchins, San Antonio, TX.
The doors open at 6:45 p.m. and bell time is at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $8 in advance, $10 at the door, and advance tickets are on sale now by calling (210) 842-8398 or visiting rcw-wrestling.com.
IMPORTANT - advance tickets WILL NOT be sold after TOMORROW -- FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 6:00 p.m. Save $2 per person and buy your tickets NOW!! After tomorrow, you can only buy your tickets at the door and pay full price!!
The current line-up on November 4 is as follows:
- RCW Champion/TNA Tag Team Champion Hotstuff Hernandez
- RCW Tag Team Champions The Texas Treats - Don Juan & Chris Marval
- The Nerdy Boys - Johnny Ender & Kris Kronie
- "One Man" Mike Dell
- RCW TV Champion Andrew Dalton of the Hardbodies along w/ partner J.T. Lamotta
- Joey Spector
- "Bling King" Quinten Allen
- Sydd Murder
- Commissioner Yebisu
- Big Japan's Masada
- CMLL's Sicodelico Jr.
To purchase advance tickets, please call (210) 842-8398 or order online with Paypal at rcw-wrestling.com!
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As Commissioner Yebisu says, "don't forget!" Only a few days remain until RCW's return on Saturday, November 4, at Hope of Glory Church, 339 W. Hutchins in San Antonio. Doors open at 6:45 p.m., and the action begins at 7:30 p.m.
I urge people to purchase their advance tickets online with PayPal here on this site or to call me at (210) 842-8398. Advance tickets are $8 in advance, and we're charging $10 at the door. Bare in mind -- we are not selling advance tickets, either online, in-person, or by phone, after FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 6:00 p.m. Save $2 per person by ordering now! Don't wait! Or else you'll have to pay full price at the door!
On a personal note, I want to thank everyone who has been supportive. I never realized what RCW meant to everyone. All of the people wearing the shirts, all of the people attending shows and having a good time.
I apologize for taking time off, and I'm thankful for the understanding. All things are possible through Christ, especially my daughter, born at 25 weeks old and weighing in at 1 pound 8 ounces. Now I'm happy to report that she is off the ventilator and tubes, in an open-air crib, and weighing in at a shade over 4 pounds. She's beautiful and the highlight of my life.
Now that my family is gaining in strength, I know it is the time to come back. RCW and myself have been both praised and criticized, but only these strong emotions show how many people care about RCW. I appreciate that.
This Saturday, we return to the spiritual confines of Hope of Glory Church. Thank you to Pastor Dot for not only opening the doors to us, but also visiting my daughter several times at the hospital.
This Saturday will be a day for the people who made things possible for RCW. You will see the return of several old faces, as well as the debut of a few new ones.
We will be adding a new look to Hope of Glory, and hopefully -- we're working hard to make these in time for Saturday -- brand new t-shirts and DVD's.
Let's take a look at who will be appearing to the show:
Team MEX, comprised of RCW Champion/TNA Tag Team Champion Hotstuff Hernandez and RCW Tag Team Champions The Texas Treats (Don Juan and Chris Marval). MY CREW. They came together as a group at Breaking All of the Rules II. Whatever chaos they cause this Saturday, there's not going to be a long line of people to stop them. "The 300-pound Tex-Mex T-Rex" is a member of TNA's Latin American Xchange, and doing very well for himself, seen nationally every week on SPIKE and a two-time TNA Tag Team Champion. For the last two TNA Pay-Per-Views, LAX has stole the show, as everywhere I read the fans are calling their matches the best on the card. As for The Treats, what more needs to be said. Watch out for these two guys. Some are calling them the best tag team in Texas, and it's hard to argue against that.
Speaking of tag teams, two RCW teams make their return -- The Nerdy Boys and The Hardbodies. The Nerdy Boys were in a recent issue of Inside Wrestling/The Wrestler magazine, now available at newsstands nation-wide. Johnny Ender and Kris Kronie are former Tag Team Champs, and were at one time the most loved tag team in RCW, but the happy-go-lucky tag team were not "going to take it anymore," and eventually displayed a whole new attitude.
The Hardbodies, comprised of RCW Television Champion "Simply Luscious" Andrew Dalton and "Juicy" J.T. Lamotta, have yet to wear tag team gold, but have fared well in singles competition, as Dalton is RCW's first and only TV Champion, and ironically, Lamotta is the #1 contender to the title. Dalton was ranked in Pro Wrestling Illustrated's Top 500 Wrestlers and was ranked #1 in the RCW rankings.
International companies will be represented as well. Making his return from Big Japan is the incomparable Masada. Masada and Hernandez tore the house down with their match from July, and his 45-minute, Two out of Three Falls Match with Fast Eddie at Breaking All of the Rules I ranks among RCW's best matches. What carnage will Masada serve up this Saturday?
Also joining RCW's roster is CMLL wrestler Sicodelico Jr. This luchadore has a deep family tradition in the business. RCW is fortunate to have a wrestler with this much background and history on its roster.
Another addition is Sydd Murder. RCW's first look at Murder was at Breaking All of the Rules II as he teamed with the maniacal NecroButcher.
Hut-hut-hike. The high school football star "One Man" Mike Dell will also return. Dell was so close to winning the RCW Championship, but we all know what happened. Coming close to winning doesn't mean a thing. I'm sure Dell has something up his sleeve, though.
The controversial Joey Spector will also be on hand. Since joining RCW, Spector went from "The Upset Kid" to the "80's Sensation" and now has a darker edge.
You know what? You know what? It's the "Bling King" Quinten Allen, baby, and he's coming back as well. RCW's first and only reigning king.
Commissioner Yebisu will also be on hand. At one time, Yebisu managed the most powerful faction in RCW, The International Power Station, comprised of Fast Eddie, The Texas Treats, and Spiro. Now the group has been destroyed. They could never take the championship away from Hernandez. Then, the Texas Treats joined Hernandez to form Team MEX, and now the IPS is basically just a chapter in RCW's history. The Great Kazushi Miyamoto took Spiro's spot, but is unable to compete due to his international commitments. The loss of the IPS will not sit well with the commish.
Also coming back is RCW's ring announcer Jeff Houston, commentator Ray The Voice, and RCW's ref, "Mr. Saturday Night," Alex Marrozos.
As I said, this will be a great night for RCW on many levels. I hope everyone has a great time and enjoys what RCW brings to the table.