The World Wrestling Alliance’s ‘Zero Hour’ is making a stop in Owensboro Saturday, and the action will take the ring at the Salvation Army.
Chris Waddell, owner of the WWA, said the organization has been around for more than a decade.
“The WWA is a wrestling company focused on bringing the absolute best wrestling with homegrown talent to Kentucky and Indiana,” he said. “We’ve been operating since 2010 and grow more and more every year.”
The main event will be Stonewall versus Ray Waddell, with Alexander Night/Jordan Whittaker and Nick Depp/Josiah hitting the mat in singles matches.
“It’s been a full year since we’ve brought our brand of entertainment to Owensboro, but we’re extremely happy to be back,” Chris Waddell said. “We have built a reputation for being the premier wrestling company in Owensboro since our debut here in 2015. We’re going to bring the quality of show people have come to expect from us, while also delivering some new surprises. All of course, while being safe during the pandemic.”
COVID-19 took its toll on the organization, like it did most other things, but Waddell knew they had to get back to town when they had the chance.
“Owensboro is home to us,” Waddell said. “Once we were allowed to get back involved, we knew we had to be back in a town where we made wrestling popular again. Owensboro is a great place for wrestling with a rich history. We’re glad to continue that growth.”
Doors will open at 5 p.m. with the action starting at 6 p.m. General admission tickets are $10 with front row tickets being $15. For tickets, message their organization at facebook.com/WWAISNOW.