Valdosta, GA – Wild Adventures Theme Park hosts an evening of rowdy wrestling Saturday, September 9 when “Stars of Wrestling” takes over the All-Star Amphitheater with a two hour show plus meet and greets.
The park opens at 10 a.m., and the family-friendly wrestling fun begins at 3 p.m. when wrestling legends Jimmy “Mouth of the South” Hart, Scott “Big Poppa Pump” Steiner and more Stars of Wrestling make their entrance to meet and greet guests and autograph memorabilia.
“Stars of Wrestling” is a multi-match event culminating in the Main Event featuring “Big Poppa Pump” Scott Steiner versus Jarrod Michaels. Steiner, a World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) legend known for his bleached white hair and intimidating physique, goes head to head against “Mr. Saturday Night” Jarrod Michaels.
Jimmy “Mouth of the South” Hart will make himself heard with his trademark megaphone as the action unfolds.
“The Rocker” Marty Jannetty is making a stop at the All-Star Amphitheatre on his “Never Say Goodbye” retirement tour as he faces off against Grimey Kantrell. Other matches include:
● Monster Pain vs. AIWF World Heavyweight Champion, Francisco Ciatso
● Dynasty vs. Tag Team Georgia Heat known for their matches in the Deep Southern Championship Wrestling
Seating opens at 4 p.m., and all seats are first-come, first-serve. For more information about “Stars of Wrestling,” visit WildAdventures.com or call the park at 229-219-7080.
ABOUT WILD ADVENTURES THEME PARK
Wild Adventures is Valdosta’s 170-acre theme park, waterpark, animal park and concert venue all rolled into one, for one great price. Visit with the whole family to meet hundreds of exotic animals, enjoy spins, loops, drops and whirls of the largest ride collection in the South and slide, relax and stay cool in over a million gallons of fun at Splash Island Waterpark. Step into a world of adventure at your very own theme park right off Exit 13 on I-75. An affordable, unforgettable family vacation is all yours where together, you’ll create memories that your family can’t wait to repeat.