Professional Wrestling Coming Saturday to Pioneer Cellular Event Center

Professional Wrestling Coming Saturday to Pioneer Cellular Event Center

The Imperial Wrestling Revolution will have a professional wrestling event at the SWOSU Pioneer Cellular Event Center in Weatherford this Saturday, October 14, starting at 7 p.m.

IWR: Souled Out For Life is headlined by the return to professional wrestling of the legendary "Golden Warrior" Kevin Von Erich as he wrestles for the first time in the United States since 1995. He teams with his sons Marshall and Ross for the first time.

Appearing in action at Souled Out will be: the return of one of the greatest tag teams ever, the Steiner Brothers; former WWE star M.V.P. and IWR World Tag Team Champions: the Arrow Club (Ky-ote, former WWE star Chavo Guerrero Jr., & former WWE star Tatanka);  former WWE star Stevie Richards; current television stars Karlee Leilani and Ivelisse Valez;, IWR champion "the 2nd Son" Damon Windsor; Katie Forbes;  the Young Guns (Chandler "The Truth" Hopkins & "Doomsday" Cody Dickson); the Magnificent “Malico; the Heatseeka"; Montego Seeka, IWR Revolutionary Champion El Fuego Del Sol and more.  

The show is hosted by former WWE announcer and best-selling author, Justin Roberts, and features appearances from former WCW President & former WWE star Eric Bischoff, WWE Hall of Fame star Kevin Nash, WWE Hall of Famer "The Million Dollar Man" Ted Dibiase, former WWE star Sean "X-Pac" Waltman.

VIP early entry meet and greet will be held at 5:15 p.m., and all regular ticket holders at 6 p.m. Tickets are on sale now at and start at only $10. The IWR has announced kids 12 and under will be free in the top level general admission seating (one per adult).

The IWR is Oklahoma owned, operated, family-oriented and based out of Ardmore by IWR CEO Jerry Bostic.

Bostic said Souled Out 4 Life will be the IWR’s first of hopefully several upcoming events at the Pioneer Cellular Event Center. The IWR ranks as the second most charitable professional wrestling company in the United States donating more than $25,000 in the last 1.5 years, according to Bostic.

For more information, please visit, the Imperial Wrestling Revolution on Facebook, @IWRevolution on Twitter & Instagram, and IWR CEO Jerry Bostic on Facebook and Twitter @IWRjerrytheboss.