Frontier Pro Wrestling Holds Benefit For Stroudsburg Resource Officer

If anyone knows the value of supporting their community, it’s Frontier Pro Wrestling. They jumped into action when they heard that Resource Officer Fred Felix of Stroudsburg High School had been diagnosed with inoperable Urachal cancer. Immediately, the posters went out that their May show would benefit Resource Officer Felix to help cover medical treatment and expenses. “…The fact is, we’re a start-up, but I won’t allow that to stop us from giving back to the community,” said CEO Mike Cajilema.

Frontier Pro Wrestling is known for hard-hitting action and presenting approachable, personable stories. Seeing a wrestler hugging an audience member is a common sight, as the larger-than-life characters often connect with their fans on a very personal level. It’s this approach that makes Frontier Pro Wrestling so special in our area.

Warfare in May will be a great show, with proceeds going directly to help Officer Felix. Not only that, but the company is putting together baskets for a raffle to take place at the event. The items will come from sponsors as well as from the wrestlers’ personal merchandise. Everyone is chipping in to help the man who has dedicated so many years to defending and helping our school.

Long-time fans and new spectators alike will be treated to championship matches and perhaps some audience participation, all for a good cause. Both the FPW Heavyweight championship and the Pride Title will be on the line at this event. It’s not rare to see the kids jump out of their seats as the beloved Skylar Kinkade gets his “Runaways” (a term of endearment for his fans) behind him. “I will be a fighting, defending champion…” said Kinkade about his upcoming match, adding, “…to any man I deem worthy…”

Even if he can no longer participate in his own ring, FPW shows Security Officer Fred Felix’s support and admiration in this one. So join FPW on May 7th at the Tunkhannock Township Volunteer Fire Co, 1539 Long Pond Road in Long Pond, for a great show and a worthy cause. Doors open at 5:30, and the first match begins at 6 pm.

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