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On Saturday April 13th, 2013, professional wrestlers from the Allied Wrestling Federation will hold a special fund raising show with proceeds going to the Roane County Relay For Life. The super show will be held at Roane State Community College Gym in Harriman, Tennessee. Tickets are just $5 for VIPs and $3 for general admission and will be sold at the door starting one hour before doors open. VIPs will be allowed inside the gym at 5:30 pm for a special meet and greet with the wrestlers and first pick of ringside seats. General admission will be allowed in at 6 pm and the show will start at 7 pm at Roane State Community College Gym in Harriman Tennessee. Tickets will be sold at the entrance to Roane State Community College Gym in Harriman starting at 4:30 pm the day of the show.

Scheduled on the super show is the main event that will match up world champion versus world champion in a title unification match. The current SECW Champion Doomsday will challenge AWF Champion Jeff Collett in a AWF Undisputed World Championship match. Collett is a former member of the legendary Midnight Express managed by Jim Cornette. At this show, Collett will be managed by Jon Diamond. This show will be very personal for the SECW Champion Doomsday who resides in Harriman. Doomsday was diagnosed with basil cell skin cancer in 2006 and it mutated into Gorlin Syndrome in 2011. There is no cure for Gorlin Syndrome and the only way to slow the rate of the cancer growth is surgeries. “I became Doomsday as an act of defiance against cancer. I was not going to let it beat me and I won’t. I not only have a opportunity to do something wonderful for those like me who battle cancer every day but I get to do it in the town I live in”, replied Doomsday. Sp far Doomsday has undergone 8 facial surgeries to remove moderate to large cancer growths and had the surgeries during breaks he took from the sport. Doomsday won the 2012 Most Inspirational Pro Wrestler of the Year award for his stand against cancer and he has wrestled in every state in the southeastern United States in his seven years in pro wrestling.

Also on the card is former WCW, ECW, WWE star “The Paradise Rocker” Johnny Meadows. Meadows will be facing Noah Richards in the semi main event of the show. A much anticipated battle for the AWF Tennessee Heavyweight Championship will also be held as The Deathstalker managed by Jon Diamond will defend against Johnny Deacon. Fans will also see a battle royal to determine a number one contender for the AWF Championship. “The Playboy” Johnny Newsome will take on Freakshow in a strap match and “The Arabian Assassin” Toal Altair will come and team up with Racer to take on Gerald Strange and Aaron Lucas in tag team action. Other great matches will be featured. AWF prides itself on presenting a family show and looks forward to assisting the Roane County Relay For Life in raising money to help those with cancer.

Relay For Life is the main volunteer driven fund raising campaign for the American Cancer Society. Although the main objective of Relay is to raise money for cancer research and cancer patients, the event is held to spread cancer awareness, celebrate the lives of survivors, remember those who lost their lives to cancer, and unite a community in the fight against cancer. It is estimated that Relay For Life events have raised over $3 billion to date The American Cancer Society combines an unyielding passion with nearly a century of experience to save lives and end suffering from cancer. As a global grassroots force of more than three million volunteers, they fight for every birthday threatened by every cancer in every community. The American Cancer Society save lives by helping people stay well by preventing cancer or detecting it early; by helping people get well by being there for them during and after a cancer diagnosis; by finding cures through investment in groundbreaking discovery; and by fighting back by rallying lawmakers to pass laws to defeat cancer and by rallying communities worldwide to join the fight. As the nation’s largest non-governmental investor in cancer research, contributing about $3.4 billion, the ACS turn what we know about cancer into what we do. As a result, more than 11 million people in America who have had cancer and countless more who have avoided it will be celebrating birthdays this year

For more information you can call Scott at (865) 201-4166 with AWF or Kayla with Roane County Relay For Life at (865) 556-2568