CONCORD — Professional wrestling is coming to Concord thanks to Injustice for Brawl 2 (IFB2).
The stacked card features the first-ever defense of the NWA Title in New Hampshire, USA vs. Canada Flag Match, high-flying Tables Match, plus many more.
This year’s family-friendly event will take place on Sunday, March 31, at Everett Arena in Concord.
It is in support of New Hampshire veterans, service members and their families.
Those expected to be present include NWA Champ Nick Aldis, WWE HOFer Tony Atlas, Billy Gunn, The Samoan Storm Afa Jr., Don Vega, Markus Burke, Chris Banks, New Hampshire’s Master of Mayhem Tommy Mack, New Hampshire’s Tyler Nitro, Massachusetts’ Anthony Greene, Maine’s Cousin Larry and a mystery opponent.
John Cena Sr. is expected to make a special appearance.
Doors open at 2 p.m. for a meet and greet including photo ops and autographs, and bell time is at 4 p.m.
Proceeds from Injustice for Brawl 2 will benefit Veterans Count, the philanthropic arm of Easterseals Military & Veterans Services, which provides financial assistance and services for New Hampshire veterans, service members and their families.
“We at Injustice for Brawl strive to put on a great family-friendly show while at the same doing something good for the community. As a veteran myself, we are proud this year to be working with such a great organization in Veterans Count that has a long history of helping New Hampshire veterans,” said Bill Trevor, IFB2 co-promoter.
General admission tickets are $20 per person online and $25 at the door on March 31.
For more information regarding IFB2 or to purchase tickets, visit www. injusticeforbrawl.com.