Big Time Wrestling Is Coming to the Jack
DAYTONA BEACH, FL - The Daytona Tortugas have partnered with Big Time Wrestling to announce the first ever wrestling show at The Jack. For one night only, Friday, November 3rd, some of the biggest names in wrestling will take to the ring at The Jack, highlighted by Daytona Beach resident Kevin Nash.
Nash, a former six-time world champion and WWE Hall of Fame inductee, headlines an all-star card of wrestling that also includes Tommy Dreamer, "Hurricane" Shane Helms, and The Patriot, all of WWE fame. Dreamer, the "innovator of hardcore", will partake in a "Ballpark Brawl" match. The night will also feature a title match with Flex Armstrong defending his belt, Orlando resident Amber Nova, and the Dudley Twins in a tag-team match. The Dudley Twins are the sons of D-Von Dudley, a TNA Hall of Famer and 25-time champion during his career.
There will also be the rare opportunity for fans to purchase meet and greet tickets to meet all the headline wrestlers prior to the event. The event begins at 7:30 PM, with the gates opening for the meet and greet at 6 PM. Tickets start as low as $15 and are currently on sale at the Tortugas front office (110 E Orange Ave.) or online at www.btwtickets.com.
For more information, you can visit www.btwpro.com. Big Time Wrestling has been providing live events for more than 10 years and this will be their first in Daytona Beach, a historic site for wrestling. It was in Daytona Beach that the "NWO" was formed in 1996, shaping World Championship Wrestling and the Monday Night Wars between WCW and WWF. The Tortugas are pleased to bring wrestling back to the beach.
October 12, 2017 | Daytona Tortugas Communications | Luke Mauro | firstname.lastname@example.org | 860.478.8192
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