Thursday, December 9, 2021
Mayhem on Mills to get Orlando wresting fans 'Into the Groove' this weekend
By Matthew Moyer
on Thu, Dec 9, 2021 at 2:24 PM
Mayhem on Mills returns to their new home base of Ten10 Brewing on Virginia — still within striking distance of the titular Mills Avenue — this Sunday, Dec. 12.
The card features MOM Champion — and Best of Orlando winner — Sawyer Wreck defending her title against Kilynn King.
You'll also see the Metro Bros square off against Culture Inc.; Hunter Law vs. Faboo Andre; a three-way match between Snoop Strikes, CJ O'Doyle and Parrow; and a "1984 Daytona Beach Bud Break Talent Show" featuring Drennen, DMC, Timmy Lou Retton, Wolfe Taylor, Randy Wentworth and Beastly — which is either a battle royale or … a talent show.
Into the Groove starts at 2 p.m. on Sunday, going against the equally stiff competition of roughly 600 local holiday markets. Tickets are $20.
The event is outdoors and masks are encouraged.
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Orlando indie wrestling fed Mayhem on Mills has a big year-ending card coming up this weekend, and it's getting a makeover from the "Season's Beatings" of days of yore to the 1980s-themed "Into the Groove."
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