Superior-based Discover Pro Wrestling rings in first event

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After two years of hard work, planning, and preparation, brand new superior based promotion company Discover Pro Wrestling (DPW) rang in their first-ever event Sunday in Duluth.

"Obviously due to complications with Covid-19 that date had been pushed back and pushed back and pushed back, but we’re finally here," said DPW general manager Alex Riley. "We’re really excited to kick things off with Discover Pro Wrestling, and really appreciative to all the community support and the patience. We’re looking forward to seeing what we can bring to the table."

Held at Clyde Iron Works ‘The Warmth of Warfare’ welcomed a melting pot of wrestling, bringing a stacked card of skilled competitors all the way from Missouri to the Midwest.

Levy Cruise, Sierra, Isaiah Moore, and Valentina Loca were among those headlining the event. With modern to 1980’s styles of wrestling shown in the ring, there was fun for all fans.

"It’s a great opportunity for not only the locals of the Duluth area, but also the people that are willing to make the trek up to Duluth, Minnesota to see what we have to offer," Riley said. "It’s also just a great response to what the community is supporting for Discover Pro Wrestling."

DPW is already gearing up for their second event called ‘Reduced to Ash’. It’s set for November 21st back at Clyde Iron Works.