Chicago Heights, IL-(ENEWSPF)- Marian Catholic High School in Chicago Heights, Illinois, will welcome Rey Mysterio and other professional wrestling stars from around the world for Warrior Wrestling 2 on Sunday, September 2nd. The wrestling event will serve as a fundraiser for scholarships for students as well as a “fun-raiser” for the school community and surrounding area of the South Suburbs and Northwest Indiana.
The main event for the evening is the first-ever War of Attrition Match. This is a brand-new type of wrestling match that has never been done before in WWE or any other company. The match will feature 8 wrestling superstars from all different organizations and styles of wrestling – Rey Mysterio, Austin Aries, Pentagon, Fenix, Rich Swann, Brian Cage, Jeff Cobb, and Sammy Guevara.
The evening will also feature seven other wrestling matches with elite men and women from wrestling’s biggest organization, including WWE and Impact Wrestling. Current WWE star James Ellsworth will be in action, as will Impact Wrestling stars Tessa Blanchard and DJZ.
Tickets for the event can be purchased online at www.warriorwrestling.net. Prices range from $30 for general admission bleacher seats to $100 for first row ringside seats.
Bell time is 7:30 on September 2nd with doors opening to the public at 6:30. A VIP Fan Fest will take place before the show from 5:15 to 7:15. The VIP Fan Fest will allow attendees to meet the wrestlers as well as take pictures and receive autographs. All autographs and pictures are free in the Fan Fest, and $25 admission tickets to the Fest are also available through the Warrior Wrestling website.
Food and concessions will be available for purchase, and for those fans over 21, several local breweries will have their craft beer on tap.
All proceeds from the event go to benefit scholarships for local students to attend Marian Catholic High School. Marian Catholic serves students from over 70 local communities, and the school strives to make tuition assistance available to students in need so that a Marian Catholic education can be accessible for them. A pillar of the community for 60 years, Marian Catholic has educated nearly 20,000 students from the area. To learn more about Marian Catholic, visit www.marianchs.com.
The event will be family-friendly. Card subject to change.
This is from a press release sent by Marian Catholic High School