OWO wrestling returns to Amory
AMORY – Following the success of a record crowd by hosting national wrestler Buff Bagwell, the Outlaw Wrestling Organization will continue to deliver the thrills Saturday when it returns to the East Amory Community Center.
“We filled up all the seats and had standing room only when Buff came to town and we want to keep giving people something else to do,” said OWO spokesperson Terrell Moore.
Saturday’s event will feature a ladder match for the OWO tag team championship, which pits HGH against the 420 Mafia. Tony Dabbs will defend his OWO championship and new faces will be added to the card set to feature OWO staples Neil Taylor, Mike Realz and Nathan Lawler.
Future Amory dates include Feb. 15, March 8 and 29 and April 6. Bagwell will return to the OWO’s ring Feb. 23 for a show at Tupelo’s Goodtime Charlie’s.
Doors for Saturday’s event open at 7 p.m. and belltime is at 8. Admission is $6. For more information, call 315-9709.
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