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AAW "EPIC" with Smashing Pumpkins' Billy Corgan debuts on iPPV on www.GFL.tv Friday May 20th!
Record breaking event held at 115 Bourbon Street in Merrionette Park, IL also features ECW legend Sabu, the bWo, "The Franchise" Shane Douglas, Alex Shelley, and all of the AAW superstars!
AAW WRESTLING "EPIC" EVENT WITH SMASHING PUMPKINS' BILLY CORGAN DEBUTS ON IPPV THROUGH WWW.GFL.TV FRIDAY MAY 20TH, 2011
Record breaking event also features ECW legend Sabu, the bWo, "The Franchise" Shane Douglas, Alex Shelley, and all of the AAW superstars!
After breaking all box office records for live attendance at 115 Bourbon Street, AAW Wrestling's "EPIC" event debuts this Friday May 20th, 2011 on iPPV through www.GFL.tv. For only $9.95, fans who were at the event or who missed it live and wanted to see what they missed will be able to see the entire event on demand through Go Fight Live (www.gfl.tv)
"The entire wrestling world has been talking about 'EPIC'," said AAW General Manager Danny Daniels. "From the Wrestling Observer to Monday Night Mayhem to 411Mania.com, everyone who covers the world of professional wrestling has been focusing on 'EPIC'!". When AAW announced the arrival of Smashing Pumpkins' leader Billy Corgan last month, recognition went though the roof for the young upstart company. "My phone wouldn't stop ringing," said AAW Talent Director Jacques Baron. "I literally had to stop taking interview and media requests about the show a week before it happened!". And with good reason - "EPIC" had proven a first in AAW history, a complete sell out of all reserved tickets. "The wrestling fans were there to see the best wrestlers in the world that AAW is known to provide," said Baron. "Add a rock icon like Billy Corgan to the mix and it's like throwing kerosene on an already raging fire!".
Corgan's role was vague until the show started last Friday May 13th, 2011 at 115 Bourbon Street in Merrionette Park, IL. "We honestly had no idea what Billy had in store for us and our audience," said Executive Producer Mike Petkovich. "By the end of the show, Billy made his intentions known to everybody in the building and we were all left in shock." Corgan has always been known as a creative genius in his field, but some fans felt that he may have crossed the line at "EPIC". "I consider myself a big Smashing Pumpkins fan - I have all of their albums and was excited to see what Billy had in store for AAW," said fan Justin Malenius. "By the end of the show I was left thinking that what happened involving Billy at 'EPIC' was not cool and made us all feel like clowns." Not everyone felt the same way about Corgan. "Billy did exactly what he said he was going to do at 'EPIC' - make a statement about the future of AAW that would change it forever," said AAW Marketing Director Gabriel Baron. "Billy has raised people's awareness of AAW to an all-time high and will make them stand up and take notice of the company. I, for one, applaud Mr. Corgan and look forward to working with him again should he decide to grace us with his presence."
Fans who want to see just what happened with Billy Corgan and the rest of AAW at "EPIC" can go to www.gfl.tv starting Friday May 20th, 2011 and see the entire show for just $9.95 whenever - and wherever - they want. Go Fight Live is also available to Roku (www.roku.com)
AAW Heritage Champion Mason Beck vs. Darrin Corbin
FOUR WAY DANCE: Shane Hollister vs. Christian Faith vs. Shiima Xion vs. Johnny Wayne
GRUDGE MATCH: "The Anarchist" Arik Cannon vs. Jimmy Jacobs
LADDER MATCH FOR THE AAW TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP:
AAW Heavyweight Champion Dan Lawrence vs. Jesse Emerson
SIX MAN TAG MATCH: The Clash and "The Human Massacre" Keith Walker vs. Louis Lyndon, Chris Hall, and Marion "The 'Stache" Fontaine
Plus: The bWo (Stevie Richards, The Blue Meanie, and Hollywood Nova) "Homicidal, Suicidal, Genocidal" Sabu "The Franchise" Shane Douglas Silas Young The Awesome Threesome (Jordan McIntyre, Knight Wagner, and Eryn)...and much, much more!!!
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About AAW: Professional Wrestling Redefined: AAW is a Chicago based independent professional wrestling company that is in it's seventh year of operations. They run monthly shows out of Berwyn, IL at the Eagles Club and quarterly shows at 115 Bourbon Street in Merrionette Park, IL. Visit their website at www.AAWrestling.com for more information.