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Dolph Ziggler to appear for WLW

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World League Wrestling is proud to announce its next big show! On Friday, June 15th, W.L.W. is returning to Springfield, MO in conjunction with the Make-A-Wish Foundation. This event will be held at Remington’s Entertainment Complex. This event marks a special occasion as World League Wrestling started at Remington’s in 1999. After 13 years of running events, W.L.W. returns to its original location!

Along with returning to Remington’s, this event will also feature W.W.E. superstar DOLPH ZIGGLER! Ziggler is prominently featured on W.W.E.’s flagship program Monday Night RAW where he is highly regarded as one of its brightest superstars on the weekly television program today. Dolph is a former World Heavyweight Champion, World Tag Team Champion, Intercontinental Heavyweight Champion, and U.S. Heavyweight Champion. His accomplishments speak for themselves, and on June 15th, W.L.W. is going to be privileged enough to have Dolph Ziggler make a very rare appearance at Remington’s!

Matches for this special evening include Brian Breaker challenging for the WLW Heavyweight Championship against “The Prince” Jason Jones (champion). Also on the card is WLW Tag Team Champions versus 3rd generation wrestlers Ross and Marshall Von Erich. The WLW Ladies Championship is on the line as champion Stacey O’Brien will face off against #1 contender Miss Natural.

Ticket outlets for the event are located at Remington’s Entertainment Complex Ticket Outlet (1655 W. Republic Rd in Springfield), Family Pharmacy locations in Nixa, Ozark, Republic, and Rogersville (all in Missouri), and the Make-A-Wish office in Springfield, MO. Tickets can also be reserved online by emailing For more information, please call 573-392-4100.

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