When: Fri., March 2 2012
Best as we can figure, tonight’s 30-man Gauntlet for the Gold 7 match at Turner’s Hall goes something like this: Two fighters enter the ring and proceed to try to toss each other out again. Then, at regularly timed intervals, another wrestler joins the fracas with the same aim: tossing everyone else over the top rope and onto the floor. The last man left untossed after the other 29 dudes have been ejected is declared the winner and becomes the top contender to the Absolute Intense Wrestling championship title. Actually, substitute a bridal gown for the title bid, and it sounds a lot like the annual running of the brides at Filene’s Basement. But anyway, besides the gauntlet throwdown, attendees also get to ogle man mountains Colt Cabana, Luke Gallows, and Cliff Compton (known as “Domino” to WWE fans) who will be at the event filming footage for their Wrestling Road Diaries sequel. The jollity begins at 7:30 p.m. General admission is $15 online or at the door, but fans holding pre-sale tix get seated first.