THE BLACK ASSASSIN RETURNS: Rev. Adren Bivins, a retired professional wrestler who now runs the Laymen Brotherhood Second Chance Outreach Ministry, will return to the ring for one match only as part of a charity pro wrestling event to be held in Donalsonville on Saturday, April 6.
THE BLACK ASSASSIN RETURNS: Rev. Adren Bivins, a retired professional wrestler who now runs the Laymen Brotherhood Second Chance Outreach Ministry, will return to the ring for one match only as part of a charity pro wrestling event to be held in Donalsonville on Saturday, April 6.
 

Pro wrestling event to benefit charity

Published 8:08am Friday, March 29, 2013

Professional wrestling charity matches are coming to Donalsonville, Ga., next weekend.

The Black Assassin and other current and former professional wrestlers will return to the ring on Saturday, April 6, at Malcolm Gym, located at the old Donalsonville High School football field on Marianna Highway.

Proceeds from the event will benefit the American Cancer Society, as all wrestlers are donating their time and services for free.

The Rev. Adren Bivins, also known as “The Black Assassin,” is coming out of retirement for one match only. Joining him will be Bullet Bob and Steve Armstrong, The Executioner, Lord Humongous, The Law Dawgs and many others.

The gym doors open at 7 p.m. next Saturday night and matches begin at 8 p.m.

Admission is $12 for reserved ringside seats, $8 for general admission and $5 for children.

For more information, contact Bivins, the founder of the Laymen Brotherhood Second Chance Outreach Ministry, by calling (229) 726-8946.

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