This Sunday, Independent Superstars of Professional Wrestling makes its return on Sunday, September 5 at Butler High School in Butler, NJ to help raise money for the Butler Bloomingdale Youth Club.
WWE Hall of Famers Sgt. Slaughter and Rikishi are set to appear, along with other superstars who will take part in Meet & Greet session two hours before the show begin at 4:00 p.m. EST. The event was previously scheduled to take place on Memorial Field, but the venue was changed to the Butler High School Gym (38 Bartholdi Avenue, Butler, NJ) due to the amount of rain brought by Hurricane Ida this week.
Alongside the two legendary superstars showing up, two former WWE superstars have also officially signed up for the Big Sean Studd $10,000 Bodyslam Challenge. It’s unknown who will show up, but fans will have to be there to find out. The first ISPW Women’s Champion will also be crowned at the show, when Vicious Vicki takes on Gabby Ortiz with woman wrestling legend Heidi Lee Morgan serving as the special guest referee.
Speaking of special guest referees, WWF Legend “Dangerous” Danny Davis will put his referee shirt on and step back into the ring when former NXT Star Bull James takes on “Main Event” Michael Mars. Former WWF Tag Team Champion and legend Head Shrinker Samu will team up with his son Lance Anoa’i to take on Hale Collins and Vik Dalishus, The NOW.
Tickets for the event are on sale now at ISPW’s website, with the first and second row sold out already. Limited third-row seating and general admission are still available, however, so if you’re looking to see the show, now’s the chance to grab some tickets. Full information about the Independent Superstars of Pro Wrestling event, including a full list of talent, can be viewed at this link.
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Independent Superstars of Pro Wrestling is run by 80s Wrestling Con promoter Tommy Fierro, who was part of our “Best For The Business” series in 2020. Read more about Fierro’s ’80s Wrestling Con brand and the Best For The Business feature at this link.
Fierro also spoke to WrestleZone about bringing his International Superstars of Professional Wrestling promotion back and how the opportunity came about. That interview is available at this link.