Enjoy a night of indy wrestling in Glendale while supporting a local Catholic school

Sacred Heart Slam
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Sacred Heart Catholic Academy in Glendale will be transformed into a battleground where professional wrestlers from the Fight The World (FTW) wrestling school/promotion will lace up their boots and compete on Friday, Sept. 29, at Sacred Heart Slam.

On a card that features FTW’s biggest and brightest stars, none shine brighter than the FTW Heavyweight Champion Jack Gallow, who will be putting his title on the line against challenger Gabriel Skye.

The card also features The Rockstar, who will be accompanied to the ring by Ms. Nicoletta Ringwalker, taking on Wes Draven; the team of Dominick Denaro and Chris Barton battling it out against Leland Parker and JD Alpha; and Johnny Collins going one-on-one with Glendale’ own Rage.

The men aren’t the only ones getting in on the action. The FTW Women’s Championship will also be on the line, as the champion Candy Cartwright gives the challenger Allie Recks a chance at gaining the gold.

During the event there will be a concessions stand, 50/50 raffles and FTW merchandise for sale. Tickets for Sacred Heart Slam are $20 for general admission and $30 for ringside seats. Proceeds from the ticket sales, concessions and the 50/50 raffle will go directly to Sacred Heart Catholic Academy.

Sacred Heart Slam will take place inside the Sacred Heart Catholic Academy Gym located at 84-05 78th Ave. Doors open at 7 p.m.

For tickets or additional information contact Sal Laurenzano at 917-612-6231 or email Prodigy212x[@]gmail.com. If you wish to pay by credit card, visit FTW-Wrestling.com, or drop an envelope with cash or check at Sacred Heart Catholic Academy’s office from 7:30 a.m. through 5:30 p.m. (just write “Wrestling” on the front). Checks should be made out to Sacred Heart Catholic Academy and write “Wrestling” in the memo. You can also purchase tickets at the door.

FTW is a professional wrestling school and promotion that teaches students to become pro wrestlers at their four training locations in Ridgewood, Long Island and Florida. Click here for more information.

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