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SPWA is about ‘good entertainment’

Rickey Smith of Savannah, Tenn. along with his tag team partner won the belt in Saturday night’s matchup.

The Super Pro Wrestling Association has been a part of McNairy County for more than five years. 

“Good entertainment is what it’s all about,” said owner Don Bass. “It gets in your blood and becomes part of your life.”

Bass has had 43 years of experience in wrestling and traveled all over the world sharing his knowledge.

“Don has trained me on everything I know,” said commissioner and co-owner James Johnson. 

SPWA has sponsored many local groups, including Jesus Cares and the upcoming Bufford Pusser Festival.

The business has relocated since February 2011 to the old Action Apparel Building in Ramer. 

Tickets are sold at the door for $5 every Saturday night in Ramer. The doors open at 6 p.m. and bell time is at 8 p.m. with LIVE, family entertainment from west Tennessee’s finest.

For anyone interested in wrestling contact Johnson at (901) 734-6430 for further information.

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