Special Guest Ring Announcer For Rumble To Remember Match


Canadian Wrestling’s Elite’s Rumble to Remember has become infamous for featuring some of the biggest names in the province of Manitoba’s history both past and present in the now annual 50 Man Rumble To Remember match.

On Friday night for the first time in the match’s three year history it will feature a very special guest ring announcer.

Canadian wrestling veteran “Mr. Beefy Goodness” Vance Nevada returns to CWE this Friday night!

The now retired Nevada just recently retired from the squared circle earlier year finishing off what was a most definitely impressive 20 year career with more than 1500 matches contested.

“Mr. Beefy Goodness” not only has competed across the continent with great success but has the accolades to back it up being ranked 12 times in the Pro Wrestling Illustrated Top 500 yearly listing, a lifetime award winner for professional wrestling from the Edmonton Combative Sports Commission and a legacy that includes training and being the mentor to dozens of aspiring stars across the country.

As much as Nevada has had success inside the squared circle he has been equally as acknowledged for his ability with a paper and pen. The award winning author and historian has two published books to his name.

Never one to shy away from the controversy Vance Nevada has raised just as much ruckus behind the curtain and in the locker room as he has in the ring for very openly speaking his mind on many of the industries hot button issues. Vance’s joy in “stirrin’ it up” has made him a hero and enemy to anyone and everyone in Canadian professional wrestling at some point in his career.

With a career spanning two decades no one has probably competed against such a large majority of the this year’s contestants as Vance Nevada. With his wrestling boots and always flamboyant wrestling gear now packed away for good do not miss what very well could be your last opportunity to interact with a true road warrior of Canadian wrestling and one of the last of a dying breed in this country.

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