Tickets On Sale To Meet Port Authority Police, KSWA Megastars in Downtown Pittsburgh: Support A Good Cause

November 2, 2014
by Trapper Tom, Ring Announcer/Wrestling Journalist

Tickets are on sale for this Thursday, November 6, from 5:30-8:00 p.m. for your chance to meet Keystone State Wrestling Alliance (KSWA) Megastars and support a great cause. You’ll be able to meet KSWA World Heavyweight Champion Shane Starr, just a few days before he teams with Kaida and Party Gras to take on the Mercenaries, Golden Triangle Champion Bulldozer and J-Ru in Sharpsburg.

The KSWA Megastars are appearing at the Allegheny County Port Authority Police Department’s Annual Happy Hour, at Redbeards on Sixth, Sports Bar & Grill, 144 6th Street, downtown Pittsburgh, PA 15222. The event is to help support the PAPD’s annual Polar Plunge.

Champion Shane Starr, along with “The Enforcer” Shawn Blanchard, “Dr. Devastation” Lou Martin and KSWA Owner Bobby O are all set to appear. Also scheduled is the high-flying Kris Kash, who is set to defend the Mario Ferraro Sr. Memorial Cup next Saturday at another fundraiser. Fans in attendance not only get to support a great cause and enjoy fantastic drink and food specials, but have the opportunity to talk with the Megastars that have defined professional wrestling in Pittsburgh for nearly 15 years.

You can hear all of the stories, ask questions and have a fun night for a great price. There is a 50/50 raffle, a great Chinese auction and Pittsburgh Penguin ticket raffle. Tickets are just $10 for the PAPD Happy Hour fundraiser.


Your admission ticket includes:

Supporting a great cause.

An opportunity to talk wrestling with Pittsburgh’s KSWA Megastars in advance of Saturday’s Sharpsburg VFD fundraiser, as well as December 6th’s FanFest/Toy Drive featuring Honky Tonk Man and Hacksaw Jim Duggan.

Free autographs and pictures with the Megastars. Bring whatever you’d like.

Network with other great Pittsburghers in attendance.

It’s been a busy summer and early Spring for the KSWA Megastars. The group teamed with the PAPD for a Special Olympics fundraiser in September. The KSWA held a highly-successful fundraiser for the St. Raphael’s School in Morningside on September 27 and just signed autographs and took pictures with kids during the Lawrenceville United Children’s Halloween Party at the Estelle S. Campbell Boys and Girls Club on Butler Street. The professional sports organization was also recently showcased in the Pittsburgh Tribune Review with a front page picture and full-page picture and story treatment. This follows an extensive feature story in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette on July 5 and a front page feature and video in the Wall Street Journal on June 20.

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