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BOOKER T’S FINAL MATCH HIGHLIGHTS ROW’S THE LAST STAND

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ONE OF THE MOST STORIED p r o f e s s i o n a l wrestling careers will write its final in-ring chapter on Saturday night as Booker T takes on Rex Andrews in the main event of Reality of Wrestling’s first event of 2019, The Last Stand, which will be held at Booker T’s World Gym in Texas City beginning at 7:00pm. “I’ve been savoring this moment, just one more time,” said Booker T via a YouTube video on Sunday afternoon. “It’s going to feel good.” The match marks the first time the World Wrestling Entertainment Hall of Famer has been inside the squared circle as a competitor since he and his brother Stevie Ray reunited the Harlem Heat tag team one last time in 2015 when the duo defeated the Heavenly Bodies to win the ROW Tag Team Championship. In Andrews, Booker T will facing a methodical submission specialist who called out the five-time World Championship Wrestling champion into one last match in a bid to end the four-decade run of success of the co-owner of ROW. “Cheap shots won’t get you out of an ARMBAR,” said Andrews on his Twitter account. Booker T’s clash with the former ROW Texas Champion is just one of several matches on a card that will also see Ryan Davidson face off against Mike Orlando for the ROW Texas belt, while Hyan goes against Allie Recks square off against ROW Diamonds Champion Hyan Olvera. Also included on the card will be an appearance from Jacob Fatu, whose professional wrestling bloodlines includes Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Roman Reigns, The Usos and WWE Hall of Famer Rikishi. It will also mark the first matches for Gino and Van Harrison since each returned from impressive WWE tryouts in Florida late last year. Both Gino and Harrison are strong candidates to receive a call-up to WWE’s NXT roster at some point in 2019. Tickets for The Last Stand will be $15-$20 with ringside reserved seats going for $25. Tickets can be purchased at the ROW website. Will Call opens at 4:00pm and doors will open at 6:30pm. Those unable to make it in person can watch it on pay-per-view for $9.99.

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