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The Ransom Wrestling Alliance

Henry LaborantiContributor IJanuary 2, 2017

It's the best professional wrestling show you won't have to pay for. Running out of Ransom, PA, the Ransom Wrestling Alliance is preparing to enter the new year as one of the most popular semi-professional wrestling organizations in PA. The shows are fun filled, fan involved events that seem to increase the crowd size every single week.

While the RWA promises to be an exciting show week in and week out it also promises something else, to be 100% free. The wrestlers don't get paid yet wrestle their hearts out and you can tell from the very minute you enter their "Jungle Arena." There are no flashy walkways or the most up to date wrestling rings, the RWA does everything they can to make it the most hands on experience possible.

The RWA has been known to do more than just put on a good show. In 2008, the RWA collected money and bought front row WWE tickets, just to give it all to one of their biggest young fans who was battling an illness. They brought him into the ring, presented him the items, and took pictures of him wearing their RWA Heavy Weight Championship Belt.

If you're familiar with the RWA or you're just looking for a great time in Northeastern Pennsylvania, check out the Ransom Wrestling Alliance. The season starts in early May and their 2010 season campaign promises to be their best season yet.

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