Main Event Premieres in Arkansas

SHERWOOD, AR (T. WARD MEDIA) – Main Event Pro Wrestling, based in Texas, makes its debut in the Natural State, April 6, 2019. Tonight at 6pm their official Facebook page posted a video, that promoted the event. This regional promotion has operated in the ArkLaTex region for a few years, and is known for packing out their venues. This is largely due in part to the variety of athletes they use for their LIVE Events, heavy promoting, and a social media campaign. Yes, its right say that pro-wrestling is returning to Arkansas.


Yet this isn’t just a wrestling show, its a reunion. Action Jackson, tag team partner of Big Daddy Yum Yum and the Tag Team Champions, is a native of Arkansas. Jackson graduated from Sylvann Hills High School in 2005. As an alumni of Sylvann Hills, Jackson hopes to bring back to his alma mater through the Boo The Bully Program. This program features Jackson and his tag team partner, along with other Main Event Pro Wrestling Superstars, who visit local schools. During their visits, they talk about the importance of respecting one another, what action to taken when they or someone they know is being bullied, and how to improve their lives at home and school.

Pictured left to right: Action Jackson, Big Daddy Yum Yum, and Matt Justyce.

The April 6th event will not only plan to bring the best in pro wrestling to Arkansas, but raise money for the Sylvann Hills High School Wrestling Team. As with most Main Event shows, it is expected to be a capacity crowd with no let down on the entertainment. For more information on Main Event Pro Wrestling, follow them online at and social media @OfficialMEPW. Did you miss the video from tonight? Watch it below!