Updated: Nov 3
Tickets On Sale Now as WWE Legends & IWF Stars Battle for Charity at 23rd Annual LOUD & PROUD to Benefit American Cancer Society!
NUTLEY, NJ – It’s the ultimate mix of action and excitement as IWF Wrestling presents a family-friendly live event on Saturday, April 18, 2020, 7:30 pm to benefit American Cancer Society's Relay For Life at Parks & Rec Center, 44 Park Avenue, Nutley.
Headlining 23rd annual IWF LOUD & PROUD are WWE Legend Terri Runnels, WWE Hall of Famer Mr. USA Tony Atlas, former WWE NXT superstar Bull James, and Nutley's Master of Chaos Kevin Knight.
More stars include Phat Daddy Biggie Biggs, Heartless Hellraiser Dracko, Dark Dragon Kareem West, Outlaw Shane O'Brien, Southside Slugger Tony Graves, Atkins Brothers, First-Class Justin Adams, Dark Oracle Sage, Eloy Fiesta, Mr. Mike Winner, Juan Hernandez, Markous M.D., VanRondall Seabron, Mad Dawg Jenkins, Hadrian, Weasel, Barry Delaney, and East Side Dave.
Tickets on sale now at CampIWF.com and Rec Center office. VIP Packages and group specials available online. Doors open at 6:30 pm for Legends Meet & Greet.
This adrenaline-charged extravaganza features some of the most famous wrestlers in the world who will push athleticism to the limits and put families on the edge of their seats in this unexpected, unscripted and unforgettable event.
Supporters include Nutley Recreation Department, and Ocean Beach Sales and Rentals of Lavallette. For info, find IWF on social media @WrestlingIWF. Card is subject to change.
Each spring, IWF’s anniversary event supports a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with American Cancer Society the beneficiary since 2012.
Established in 1998, award-winning IWF Wrestling produced 707 family-friendly Live Events and Fundraisers with WWE Hall of Famers and Legends in 25 cities throughout New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania. Other events benefited Semper Fi Fund, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Tomorrows Children’s Fund, Twin Towers Orphan Fund, American Red Cross, United Way, Nutley Policemen and Firefighters’ Benevolent Associations, and high school athletic programs in Middletown, New Providence, Nutley, Verona and West Orange.