Great South Championship Wrestling brings old-school pro wrestling to fans in Rhea County
We're trying to bring back what you saw in the '80s. What my generation and your generation was raised on before it got so out of hand.Tate Fugate - Great South Championship Wrestling
Do you miss the days when Ric Flair and the Four Horseman ruled the ring? Saturday night at the Dayton National Guard Armory featured the best pro wrestling has to offer. Featuring tag-team matches and heavyweight title matches, Great South Championship Wrestling kept the crowd on their feet.
GSCW President and veteran wrestler, Tate Fugate, says, “We are gonna try to come back once a month right here at the Armory. It’s just good clean family entertainment. You can bring a 5 year kid or your 80 year old grandmother.”
“We’re trying to bring back what you saw in the ’80s. What my generation and your generation was raised on before it got so out of hand.”
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