Monday, April 30th, 2012 * 12:33AM
MWF 11th Anniversary BIG BANG BIRTHDAY BASH
2011 & 2012 Special Olympics Partners
Live Professional Wrestling - Autograph / Photo Fanfest - Raffles - Auctions & more!
Saturday, September 22nd, 2012
Memorial Hall - 590 Main St. - Melrose, MA (large gray building next to fire station)
5PM - Doors open for VIP's and fans taking part in Meet & Greet only
--- please do not enter the venue until 5PM unless you're taking part in the Meet & Greet
5:30PM - Autographs / Photos Meet & Greet --- Doors open for General Admission
6:30PM - BIG BANG BIRTHDAY BASH bell time
Be Part Of The Keep The Kids Off The Streets Campaign!
NO VIDEO CAMERAS! Handicapped accessible!
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In an announcement that put the "big" in the BIG BANG BIRTHDAY BASH, Big Daddy V Viscera makes his Millennium Wrestling Federation debut at our 11th anniversary extravaganza Saturday, September 22nd at Memorial Hall in Melrose, taking part in the pre-event meet & greet and then the 6'8" 480lb. monster will compete in the squared circle.
His career accomplishments speak for themselves, debuting in WWE as Mabel as part of the Men on a Mission tag team with Mo and manager Oscar in 1993, going on to become King Of The Ring, winning the WWE Tag Team and Hardcore Championships and the WrestleMania XXII Battle Royal. Known worldwide, he competed dozens if not hundreds of times throughout New England, including right here in Boston.
Vis made his Boston debut when Men on a Mission teamed with the Bushwhackers as Doinks to defeat Bam Bam Bigelow, the Headshrinkers & Bastion Booger at Survivor Series 1993 at the Boston Garden (the only PPV to ever come from the old Garden). During the WrestleMania Revenge Tour, he defeated the late Bam Bam Bigelow via CO April 30th, 1994.
As King Mabel, he was defeated by The Undertaker (with Paul Bearer) in the main event of the first event WWE event in FleetCenter (now TD Boston Garden), which was only the second event ever held in the venue, October 5th, 1995.
Viscera debuted in Boston during a June 7th, 1999 Monday Night Raw when he was part of an in-ring segment with the Corporate Ministry where Vince McMahon was reveled as "The Higher Power" to "Stone Cold" Steve Austin. During a August 30th, 1999 Raw, Viscera and Mideon (and other teams) interfered in a #1 contenders match that included the Acolytes (Faarooq & Bradshaw aka JBL), the Hardy Boyz, the Holly's and Edge & Christian. Matt Hardy defeated Viscera on a Sunday Night Heat match during a March 7th, 2000 Smackdown taping.
During his most recent run, he defeated Simon Dean during the May 2nd, 2005 Raw (the night Todd Hanson won his WWE debut before the cameras were rolling). He lost to Chris Masters in an Elimination Chamber qualifying match on the December 12th, 2005 Raw. As Big Daddy V, he & Mark Henry were put together on ECW to face CM Punk & Kane at Armageddon during the Smackdown/ECW December 11th, 2007.
You never know when he may make his return to one of WWE's brands, but mark September 22nd down to see him LIVE in Melrose as we continue our efforts to Keep The Kids Off The Streets!!