NWA Florida Presents: November Coming Fire

NWA Florida and Pro Wrestling Fusion presents November Coming Fire at the Fort Pierce PAL Center, 1401 2nd. St., Fort Pierce Florida on Saturday November 6th 2010.  Seven exciting matches highlighted by the defense of the NWA World Jr. Heavyweight Championship.  “Lightning” Mike Quackenbush has beaten some of the most amazing professional wrestlers on the planet.  And as a the NWA World Jr. Heavyweight Champion, Quackenbush has defended the Jr. Championship against wrestlers from New Japan Pro Wrestling, the NWA, All Japan, Chikara, AAA, IWRG, IWA Puerto Rico, even defending the title in Pescantina Italy.  Truly a World Warrior.  Perhaps maybe less known in his own home country, Craig Classic has been honing his craft in the outrageous world of Big Japan Pro Wrestling.  Under the tutelage of Daisuke Sekimoto, Classic has trained in the BJPW dojo since 2004.  While not wrestling in Japan, Classic has to earned quite the reputation as a Jr. Heavyweight Champion, defeating the likes of TJ Perkins, former NWA Jr. World Champion “Mr. 630” Jerrelle Clark.  Classic won his Jr. Heavyweight Crown this past January when he defeated former 2 time champion Chris Jones.  Although neither champion has had a title defense in the past 4 months, these two performers have continued to wrestle and should have no ring rust.  This match up alone will be worth the price of admission.
Also joining the Main Event will be will be Shawn Spears taking his first ever shot at the NWA Florida Championship when he challenges Tommy Taylor.  Taylor is the man who defeated the Middle Eastern Madman, the Sheik.  This will be Taylor’s first defense.  Another first time match up will be the NWA Florida Tag Team Champions, the Dark City Fight Club taking on the Guidos.  The DCFC have been a very dominant force in Pro Wrestling Fusion, laying waste to anyone courageous (or stupid enough) to step into the ring with them.  They have had one successful defense against Prince Iaukea & Nick Primo.  
All this goes down Nov. 6th at the PAL Center in Fort Peirce.

Leave a Reply