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MWGA NEWS: THE LAST FANS BRING THE LEGO DEATHMATCH. EVER.

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For Immediate Release:

Mike Rotch
Inter Species Wrestling
info@interspecieswrestling.com

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A little over 10 years ago, we used Lego blocks as a weapon for the first time ever. On Saturday, November 19 – we break ‘em out for the last time.

Over the years, the Lego Deathmatch was something we became known for. Our fans supplied thousands upon thousands of blocks, some in the form of crazy created weapons, which made for insane encounters involving the likes of Izzie Deadyet, Shitty, Danny Havoc, and Addy Starr. Eventually, it became a phenomenon that spread throughout the wrestling world, from the American Midwest, to Australia, to England(where one of the seedier promotions actually ran one involving topless women). It was new and exciting to fans of these promotions, and they’d often take credit like it was their own creation. Some wrestlers have gone as far as creating t-shirts, claiming the stipulation as their own. We did that once, but received a cease and desist from Lego themselves.

On November 19, we take the Lego Deathmatch back, show the world how it’s done one more time, and then as far as we are concerned – wrestling can have it!

Stepping in to the ring this time around – in the FINAL FANS BRING THE LEGO DEATHMATCH in Inter Species Wrestling history will be two men who, despite being two of the most violent people I know, have never messed with the tiny colorful blocks of doom before – the “Triple X Sex Express” Sexxxy Eddy and the first ever Inter Species Wrestling Champion – Viking!

With this being a Fans Bring the Lego Deathmatch – we encourage you all to bring blocks. However, don’t just bring them in a bucket or bag. Get creative. Build something beautiful out of Lego or Lego compatible blocks (Lego brand is expensive, we know. Knock offs are cheap on Amazon) – so it can get smashed over someone’s face!

-Rotchy

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