Long Hill Comm. Ctr. Hosts Pro Wrestling Event

LONG HILL — National Pro Wrestling Superstars will team up with the Knights of Columbus of Basking Ridge and Bernardsville, the Long Hill P.B.A, and the Bernards Township Regional Chamber of Commerce for a night of family-friendly pro wrestling excitement this month. The event will take place on Friday, Sept. 30 at 7:45pm at the Long Hill Township Community Center (264 South Warren Avenue, just off Valley Road, minutes from I-78).

The main event that night will be Stirling’s first-ever “We Want Tables!” Match, where the loser must get put through a table. Northeast big man Steve “Monsta” Mack will face a man who knows more about Tables Matches than anyone, one-half of one of the most devastating tag-teams in wrestling history, former ECW & WWE tag-team champion and current TNA hardcore icon Devon Dudley.

There will also be appearances by the World Famous TV Wrestling Clown, NWS Junior Heavyweight Champion and 2011 J-Cup winner “The Love Machine” Nicky Oceans, both members of The 2 Rude Dudes (NWS Heavyweight Champion “Rampage” Rogers & NWS Hardcore Champion “Corrupted” Corey Havoc), and much more.

Tickets are only $20, with all seats at ringside, and are available at the following local outlets:


  • Investor Savings Bank, 1153 Valley Rd


  • Bernardsville Hardware, Route 202
  • Millington Savings Bank, 122 Morristown Road, Route 202


  • Millington Savings Bank, 1902 Long Hill Road

Basking Ridge:

  • Millington Savings Bank, 675 Martinsville Road
  • Millington Savings Bank, 415 King George Road


  • Millington Savings Bank, 1924 Washington Valley Road

Tickets are also available by calling 1-908-766-6163, or by calling the NWS box office at 1-732-888-1704. All major charge cards are accepted.

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