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TCW and Anarchy Pro join together for Wheeler Family Benefit

Clyde Emmett "James" Wheeler
Clyde Emmett "James" Wheeler
The Wheeler Family

Professional wrestling has always been somewhat of a brotherhood and there are times when that mentality extends from taking care of one another in the ring to caring about one another outside the ring. On Saturday, February 15, 2014 brothers from two different promotions will converge at the Fairview Community Center in Fairview, NC to show wrestler Steven Walters just how much they care.

On January 11, 2014 Clyde Emmett "James" Wheeler, the father of Walters, passed away and the family has been struggling to pay off debts and funeral expenses. Wheeler, a veteran with fourteen children, was well liked and respected in the wrestling community and by joining together to put on a benefit show in his honor, the wrestlers feel like they are giving something back.

Tri-State Championship Wrestling will join with Anarchy Pro Wrestling at the Fairview Community Center, a new venue for TCW with a show that will combine some of the top talents from both groups with proceeds going to the Wheeler Family.

"It's great that we can all come together at times like this," TCW ring announcer Scotty Black said. "And this is a great card for a new location for TCW too. Not only will the fans see great wrestling but they will be helping a good cause."

Chrisifix will face longtime nemesis Abel Adams and Walters will challenge Mikael Judas for the Anarchy Heavyweight Championship.

TCW Heavyweight Champion Ryan Hunter will battle with Exodus while Anarchy TV Champion will square off against BJ Hancock.

Others appearing on the show include Super Law, JR Reynolds, Joey Rymer, Jaxon James and two of the most exotic indie Divas, Ginger Wilder and Miranda Diamond will also be appearing.

The Fairview Community Center was the former home to FMW Wrestling for several years and TCW now brings a better quality of wrestling and a better line-up to the fans in and around Fairview.

"I promise to bring the fans in Fairview something they have not seen for some time, different faces and a different style of professional wrestling," TCW promoter Tim Tolar said.

For more information about TCW and the Wheeler Benefit Show you can visit TCW by going here. TCW runs on the first Saturday of the month in Asheville, NC at the Riceville Community Center and has plans on running in Fairview every third Saturday.

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