I spend my Thursday nights playing in a volleyball league at The Headliner. My team has been playing well as of late so we were disappointed when we got word that our weekly match was canceled. At first, no one knew why the game was canceled, the weather forecast was perfect and the league scheduling is always prompt. Seriously, what could have been the reason why our drunken volleyball match was canceled?

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THE ANSWER: The Micro Wrestling Federation was in town! Unfortunately, I did not attend, but friends were sending me insane videos of micro wrestlers throwing each other around. One wrestler threw another wrestler out of the ring! Are you kidding me?! It was intense and it looked like a miniature version of World Wrestling Entertainment. The fans were going crazy and the micro wrestlers were laying it all on the line. I try not to live with regret, but my biggest regret of the summer was not going to see the Micro Wrestling Federation at The Headliner.

This is not a joke! These wrestlers are legit and they deserve all the credit in the world. Details about the Micro Wrestling Federation are below:

The Micro Wrestling Federation is a full-scale, WWE-type event supported by an entire cast under five feet tall. Founded in 2000, the MWF is the longest-running organization within the Little Person wrestling industry; no other company has performed in more events since our inception. The Micro Wrestling Federation has been imitated without success as we are the original “MICRO” professional wrestling organization. The Micro Wrestlers have been featured in Sports Illustrated Magazine, Country Music Television, and the WWE. There is no denying that the Micro Wrestling Federation is the number one Little Person wrestling organization on the planet - high-flying, body slamming, and off-the-top rope! The Micro Wrestling Federation performs 200 shows a year from coast to coast as well as 4 shows a week at our own 300-seat mini arena in Pigeon Forge, TN!

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I wish the micro wrestlers great success and I hope to see them perform next summer! - Jimmy G

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