As part of our continued efforts to "Keep The Kids Off The Streets," the MWF - founded by Melrosian's and MHS graduates Dan Frongillo-Mirade & Neil Manolian - will present a free live event that afternoon for the non-profit organizations we work with as well as VIP fans. In a true once-in-a-lifetime experience, John Cena Sr. will have the authentic WWE Championship belt on hand for photo opportunities with the fans; 100% of the money raised will be donated to OneFundBoston.org. VIP fans will also be treated to a private Q&A with WWE Hall of Famer "Cowboy" Bob Orton.
When the doors open to all fans at 4:15PM, there will be an interactive autograph & posed photo meet & greet featuring WWE legends and alumni including D-Von Dudley, Hardcore Holly, Bobby Lashley, Big Daddy V / Viscera, Orton and Cena Sr.
At 5PM, it's time for the "main event" with a night of in-ring action featuring the superstars and legends of yesterday, today and tomorrow coming together to present memories for fans of all ages! Thanks to friends at WWE and Impact Wrestling, there will be a plethora of charity auctions and raffles throughout the day to benefit the groups that mean so much to us including the Special Olympics Massachusetts, who have named us Special Olympics Partner 2011-2013.
Visit BostonWrestling.com for complete information on how you can be a part of an experience where you won't just see the superstars but be able to meet & interact with them! Spread the word about the event to friends near and far on facebook.com/mwf2001 and @MWF2001 on Twitter. Last time we were in Melrose, we had fans from as far away as Pittsburgh, PA and even France - on September 21st, we'd love for you to be our guests for this worthy endeavor!
NOTE: We continue to welcome the entire Melrose community and media to attend our live events to see the positive contributions and experience the Millennium Wrestling Federation makes, even if it isn't their "cup of tea." At it's core, Memorial Hall, a venue written about in the Boston Globe that was losing tens of thousands of tax payer dollars per year, gets a large rental. Hundreds of fans from around New England frequent the city with local restaurants getting more business. Melrose police officers get overtime in their paycheck. Kids from Melrose groups such as the Mayor's Emergency Fund, the Special Olympics, Big Brothers and many more receive complimentary tickets, another positive as kids continue sampling drugs and alcohol at younger ages. This is the type of event the youth of the city needs more of and would love to work to make it an easier process for the MWF to present to hold them more often and involve more Melrose youth groups in.
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