(Kalamazoo, MI) The Kalamazoo Speedway will host a night of former WWE Super Stars to help raise money for the Wounded Warrior Foundation on Saturday night August 17th, at 7:00PM. The Kalamazoo Speedway will host Extreme Warfare to help raise money for injured soldier’s that have fought for our freedom of this great country. The event proceeds will be donated to the Wounded Warrior Foundation.
The 2012 event saw former WWE stars Paul Bearer and Kevin Thorn attend the first wrestling event in track history. The Kalamazoo Speedway wrestling fans will see even bigger and better stars from the past invade the track in 2013. This could event could be the biggest independent wrestling event that Southwest Michigan has ever seen. Former Kalamazoo Speedway racer and track employee Andy Jach will be working with local wrestling star Josh Raymond and Kalamazoo Speedway owner Gary Howe to promote the event.
The list of names that could appear at the wrestling event could be former ECW Champions Matt Hardy and Sabu, one legged grappler Zach Gowen, and Colt Cabana who all have appeared in the WWE. The Kalamazoo Speedway will also see its first WWE Hall of Famer as George “The Animal” Steele is the first name that has agreed to attend the event as long he’s not contracted to another event by the WWE.
Ticket prices and on sale dates will be released in April for the biggest non racing event in Kalamazoo Speedway history. Please keep an eye on the Kalamazoo Speedway website for all the information being released on the event. If you have any questions on this event please contact the speedway office or email Gary@kalamazoospeedway.com.