Boca Black Box in (South Florida) Boca Raton houses comedians, singers, musical groups, but one ensemble in particular annually performs there, selling out the venue two nights midweek.
Quite the accomplishment and quite the show, a different kind of show.
Micro Wrestling Federation features a hard-working cast of little people who are pro wrestlers/entertainers.
It’s a really entertaining show with some interesting characters/personas.
WWE alum El Torito recently joined the roster.
And there’s Disco Dom.
Boston Bad Boy and New England Patriots fan Flyin Ryan. (Instant heat. And I don’t mean Miami Heat) That went over well in South Florida).
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MWF Champ Jamaican Joe
They work as hard as any pro wrestling group out there.
A hardcore style reminiscent of ECW, Micro Wrestling Federation at Boca Black Box catered to an 18-and-older audience, and the vocal gathering at Boca Black Box proved it with men and women in their late teens, 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s and even seniors.
MWF does run tamer shows for kids, depending on the event and facility.
My video interviews with the Micro Wrestling Federation stars and Boca Black Box Managing Partner Randy Singer.
Bam Bam is one of the original members of MWF, a contingent formed by his father. It is now run by Jack Darrell, who is taking it to another level.
The company travels throughout the country, about 200 shows a year. This marked its third season wrestling at Boca Black Box, and each time it got bigger and better.
With rock and metal music playing during the matches, Bam Bam worked the mic the second night of the MWF series at Boca Black Box.
Micro talent sells merch and also sets-up and tears down the ring.
In the main event, MWF Champ Jamaican Joe, Disco Dom, Heavy Metal Mario, Micro Tiger, Flying Ryan and WWE alum El Torito competed in a battle royal for the MWF title. Your referee Micro Jackson.
Crowd favorite Heavy Metal Mario won the battle royal and the title.
MWF has its own pro wrestling training center for little people in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. Periodically, they also run shows there, dubbed the Microtorium. The mini-arena seats 300.
For more information and touring schedule, visit https://www.microwrestling.com/.
Thanks to Boca Black Box Managing Partner Randy Singer, General Manager Viviana Joubert, Sound Tech Will Daniel, Graphic Designer Sarah Dubee and Marketing Specialist/Box Office Assistant Ginette Javier.
For Boca Black Box info and schedule, go to https://www.bocablackbox.com/.
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