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By Mike Johnson on 4/12/2024 4:34 PM

City Championship Wrestling is proud to present its Third Anniversary event, which promises to be an unforgettable night filled with nonstop action and excitement. The event is scheduled for Saturday, June 1st, 2024, at L'Anse Creuse High School CENTRAL in Harrison Township, Michigan (off of Metro Prkwy and Crocker Blvd), located at 38495 Lanse Creuse St, Harrison Twp, MI 48045.

The event will feature three main events, including a Heavyweight Championship match between Andre Kabashi and Freedom Ramsey. They have been embroiled in a blood feud since their first clash in the Center Line Heritage Cup Tournament at the first event in June 2021. Ramsey, a fan favorite, has yet to claim the Championship, but could this be his moment? This is a match-three years in the making!

The second main event is a Tag Team Championship match between Motor City Machine Guns (Alex Shelley and Chris Sabin) and New Albania (Jay Abrams and Ike Watts). The Tag Team Championship is currently vacant after Freedom Ramsey exchanged his Tag Team Championship for a shot at Andre Kabashi's Heavyweight Championship. After winning the WORLD RECORD SETTING, BIGGEST TAG TEAM GAUNTLET MATCH EVER to become the number one contender, New Albania will take on the team that actually LOST to Freedom Ramsey and "Suplex Shogun" Jackson Stone. We're talking about Alex Shelley and Chris Sabin, the Motor City Machine Guns, in what promises to be a thrilling matchup unlike any other.

The final main event is a 50-man Two-Ring Battle Royale, where competitors will battle to become the number one contender to the prestigious Heavyweight Championship title belt. The high-stakes battle will involve 50 competitors with a combined weight of 10,000 POUNDS. Elimination can occur through pinfall, submission, knockout, or being thrown over the top rope, resulting in an 8-foot drop to the unforgiving floor. The ultimate survivor will have the opportunity to compete for the Heavyweight Championship. Regardless of who holds the belt, Freedom Ramsey or Andre Kabashi.

In addition to the three huge main events, the third-year anniversary event will feature a full undercard of TWELVE(12) Matches... featuring some of the finest wrestlers from City Championship Wrestling, including Darion Ultra, "The Natural" Lance Starr, Leela Hall, K.J. Reynolds, Ryan Matthias, and Max Reign. Wrestlers from other states in the Midwest, such as Chucky Bates, Gunner Wixx, Armando Alvarez, War Hoss (Pat The Bruiser and Crosshairs Kelly), Paragon, and many more, will also be in attendance. Several local legends and international stars have already graced the confines of City Championship Wrestling, so you never know who might attend the Third Anniversary Event.

Tickets for the event are currently available for purchase, starting at $10 for bleacher seats and going up to $25 for front-row seats. To take advantage of the pre-sale, email with "June 1st Tickets." Pre-sale tickets are only available for Will Call pickup and can be purchased using PayPal or CashApp.

In your email, please provide the number of tickets you require, the section you would like to sit in, and the name you want on your tickets. Additionally, indicate if you prefer to pay with PayPal or CashApp. Once we receive your payment, we will send you an email with instructions on how to retrieve your ticket(s).

If any tickets remain, you can purchase them at the door using cash, major credit cards, CashApp, or Venmo. Take advantage of this unforgettable night of sport, entertainment, and excitement. Get your tickets now and witness the best that City Championship Wrestling offers!

A brief history of the company:

City Championship Wrestling (CCW) was founded in December 2020, and the inaugural event was held on June 6th, 2021, at the Center Line Heritage Festival in Center Line, MI. The event featured an eight-man, single-elimination tournament for the Center Line Heritage Cup, plus three other bouts. Freedom Ramsey defeated "Cat Daddy" Paul Bowser in the finals to capture the Center Line Heritage Cup.

In July, City Championship Wrestling began streaming a weekly show on its Official YouTube channel, featuring action filmed at the original CCW Studios.

In August 2021, CCW made its live event debut at L’Anse Creuse High School CENTRAL in Harrison Township, MI.

In October, the company presented its first YouTube special event, featuring Ajay Andaaz vs. Freedom Ramsey in a Hair vs. Hair, Loser Leaves Town match.

On November 6, 2021, CCW returned to Harrison Township with the first-ever double chain match between The Purge (Kevin Kalloway and Sean Tyler) and Genesis (Chris Moore and Lance Starr).

On April 8th, 2022, CCW returned to live action with a huge six-man tag between The Purge (Sean Tyler, Kevin Kalloway, and Mitch Hewitt) and Genesis (Chris Moore, Lance Starr, and Paragon). Additionally, CCW presented the first-ever CCW Round Robin Challenge between Ryan Matthias, Trevor Straud, and Darion Ultra, culminating in the first-ever CCW Three-Way Dance.

On June 3rd, 2022, CCW celebrated its first Anniversary with a wild night of action, including New Albania (Andre Kabashi, Jay Abrams, and Trevor Stroud) and The Purge (Sean Tyler, Kevin Kalloway, and Mitch Hewitt) colliding, leading to the rise of New Albania.

On July 16th, 2022, Jason De Milo and the "Cat Daddy" Paul Bowser's feud ended abruptly in brutal and chaotic bouts, two out of three ending in a bloody Texas Death Match.

On September 10th, 2022, City Championship Wrestling teamed up with L’Anse Creuse Middle School football team for an unforgettable night of action and chaity where 50% of addmissions when to the team!

On October 7th, 2022, City Championship Wrestling presented Mollok’s Managerie of the Macabre, featuring "The Demon" Mollock. The event was strange, demented, and evil.

On November 4th, 2022, "Man Beast" Rhino made his debut, teaming up with Darion Ultra to battle Chris Moore and Jason De Milo.

In March 2023, City Championship Wrestling saw the return of "Man Beast" Rhino and the debut of Alex Shelley.

Then, in April 2023, Alex Shelley faced off against Gutter, but the match was disrupted by young wrestlers Jason De Milo and Ryan Matthias. Management changed the main event to Alex Shelley and Gutter vs. Jason De Milo and Ryan Matthias in a battle between the mature and immature.

In May 2023, Ryan Matthias took on Alex Shelley in a two-out-of-three-falls match, considered the best match in CCW history until June 2nd.

June 2nd, 2023, was the CCW 2nd Year Anniversary event, which featured Alex Shelley vs. Ryan Matthias vs. Freedom Ramsey in what is heralded as one of the best matches in City Championship Wrestling history and one of the best triangle matches in wrestling history.

On June 25th, 2023, City Championship Wrestling debuted in Wyandotte, MI, for the 2nd part of its 2nd Anniversary event.

On August 4th, 2023, CCW held its biggest card yet, with two incredible main events: "The Next Era" Ryan Matthias vs. "Suplex Shogun" Jackson Stone and "Face of CCW" Freedom Ramsey vs. "Motor City Machine Gun" Chris Sabin.

On August 20th, 2023, Andre Kabashi became the first-ever City Championship Wrestling Heavyweight Champion by winning the Survival of the Fittest competition.

On October 14th, 2023, CCW returned to L’Anse Creuse High School CENTRAL in Harrison Township, MI, for the first-ever defense of the CCW Heavyweight Championship. CCW also held a fantastic tournament to crown the first-ever CCW Tag Team Champions, but the finals were marred by controversy.

On October 29th, 2023, CCW returned to Sophia's Banquet Hall in Wyandotte, MI, for Throwdown. The event saw returns, debuts, surprises, and the conclusion to the controversy during the finals of the City Championship Wrestling Tag Team Tournament at A Night to Remember on October 14th.

On November 4th, 2023, CCW headed back to Harrison Township for LOADED, featuring our most star-studded card to date, including the debut of the Motor City Machine Guns as a team.

On Thursday, November 9th, 2023, CCW presented its Season Finale event, Mystery Match Madness, where all matches were made spontaneously. "Cat Daddy" Paul Bowser also made an earth-shattering announcement that he would take over the company immediately.

March 1st, 2024, was Keep It Movin' II, which saw a record-breaking attendance of over 450 people and a world record-setting biggest tag team gauntlet match ever, with 19 tag teams competing to become number one contenders for the Tag Team Championship.

June 1st, 2024, will be the Third (3rd) Year Anniversary event, featuring a City Championship Wrestling event like no other. It will feature members of the current roster, members of the roster over the last three years, and a slew of debuts. Stay tuned!