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AFTERSHOCK 3 by “Finest City Wrestling" (FCW), Puts on Great Show at IB Boys & Girls Club Friday Night!

Jul 11, 2015 10:54PM ● Published by Paul Spear

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AFTERSHOCK 3 presented by FCW give wrestling fans everything they look for when they attended a pro wrestling event. Only in this case at the IB Boys & Girls Club it was a lot less expensive and you could afford to take the whole family and not go broke.

May of the wrestlers that participated in the event have also appeared on TV for Lucha Underground, the WWE and WCW.

FCW out on an outstanding show and the crowd was immediately engaged and roaring with excitement and laughter. Especially when the second event of the night broke out of the ring and made its way through the entire audience. There wasn't a bad seat in the house and the spectators had great views from wherever they sat and were vocal and active the whole night during the event.

Not only were the price of tickets affordable, $20 for Front Row and $15 for General Admission but they were also excellent seats. Hamburger Combos and Hotdog Combos went for $5 and $4 respectively. They had nachos and drinks at very affordable prices as well! As well as the memorabilia they sold!

The Promoter of the event Gus Parsons made a handful of tickets available for free through the Boys and Girls Club & Aaron Ruiz, for the less fortunate.

The show was such a big success plans are already close to being finalized for their return September 18th at the IB Boys & Girls Clubs,



Photo Credit: Donna Aslum/Paul Spear




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