Nash Tired Of Morton's Act, Ventura At Occupy Protest, APW & More

-- Kevin Nash and his mystery tag-team partner will face former three-time NWA Tag Team Champions, Ricky Morton and Robert Gibson (The Rock-n-Roll Express), in the featured match of the "AWE Wrestling: Night Of The Legends" Pay-Per-View event, live from Augusta Expo in Fishersville, Virginia this Saturday. Nash's tag-team partner will not be announced until fight night. Despite all of the speculation concerning who it is, Kevin doesn't believe it will really matter, once he gets Morton in the ring. "Once I get my hands on Morton," Nash remarked, "it won't matter who my partner is. All it's really going to be is a matter of how long the cat will play with the mouse before it's enough. It's like in the movie, Seven, when Brad Pitt unloads a clip into Kevin Spacey's head. I would have used a potato peeler and rubbing alcohol." The Awesome Wrestling Entertainment (AWE) superstar show will be available for live viewing at 9 PM/ET 6 PM/PT on both cable and satellite pay-per-view via iN Demand, DIRECTV, AT & T and Verizon in the United States, as well as Bell TV in Canada, for a suggested retail price of only $24.95. The broadcast will also be available live on an Internet pay-per-view basis at and GFL.TV. Go on line to for additional show information and to sign-up to watch the event on the Internet.

-- All Pro Wrestling's biggest event of the year, HALLOWEEN HELL XIV, will take place on Saturday, October 15th at the All Pro Wrestling Garage in Hayward, California. Halloween Hell has been APW's premier event since the first in 1997. What makes event that extra special is that all All Pro Wrestling fans are required to show up in a Halloween costume. You can get more information or purchase tickets for the event at this link.

-- Former WWE superstar Jesse "The Body" Ventura recently made an appearance at the Occupy protest in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Ventura did an interview at the protest stating that both the Democratic and Republican parties were "bought and paid for," and that he never took a dime from corporations to get elected. You can check out the interview below:


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