Salute to Wrestling Night Set for February 21
Milwaukee, WI – We are very excited about our Salute to Wrestling Night presented by ICAT Logistics coming up on February 21. The night will feature visits from wrestling legends such as: Bushwacker Luke, Ricky “the Dragon” Steamboat, Road Warrior Animal, Victoria and Sheik Adnan El Kaissey!
Bushwacker Luke is a part of the two-man team the Bushwackers. Arriving in America by way of New Zealand, the demented duo of Butch and cousin Luke were one of the wildest and most unorthodox teams the WWE Universe had ever seen. They were voted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2015.
Ricky “the Dragon” Steamboat is a wrestler from Honolulu, HI. Steamboat was a locker room favorite throughout his career, but he became a sports-entertainment icon on the strength of four legendary bouts — his 1989 three-match series against The Nature Boy over the NWA World Championship and a WrestleMania III classic against “Macho Man” Randy Savage.
Road Warrior Animal was a part of the Road Warrior tag team from Chicago, IL. Hawk & Animal’s intimidating appearance immediately brought them attention, but it was the carnage they caused in the ring that truly gave them a following. Led by their manager, Precious Paul Ellering, The Road Warriors wasted no time in capturing the NWA National Tag Team Titles in 1983 and never looked back.
Victoria was a wrestler from San Bernardino, CA. Victoria was not a lady to mess with. A two-time Women’s Champion who stomped icons like Trish Stratus and Lita in brutal Hardcore Matches, the powerful beauty broke ground in the Divas division, and left a trail of woe behind her.
Adnan Bin Abdul Kareem Ahmed Alkaissy El Farthie (born March 1, 1939), better known professionally as Adnan Al-Kaissie, is a former Iraqui profesional westler and manager best known as Sheik Adnan Al-Kaissey, Billy White Wolf, or General Adnan. In 1971 he defeated Andre the Giantin Al-Shaab Stadium in Baghdad, under the auspices of his former friend at high school Saddam Hussein. He competed in the Worl Wide Wresling Federation (WWWF).
The first 5,000 fans will get a bobblehead of The Crusher, courtesy of Lee Jeans. The Crusher, whose real name was Reggie Lisowski, was the "Wrestler who made Milwaukee Famous!"
Tickets for Salute to Wrestling Night or any other Ads game can be purchased by calling Ticketmaster at (800) 745-3000 or by clicking here. Groups of ten or more can receive great discounts over single game prices. Those interested in booking a group can call the Admirals office at (414) 227-0550.
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