GLOB Holiday Bloodwrestling at Double Down Saloon

Posted on: April 23rd, 2011 at 12:52 pm by

What better way to celebrate the coinciding holidays of Passover and Easter than with some grade-A, R-rated fun?  Our Lady of Perpetual PMS and her so-called “Gorgeous Ladies of Bloodwrestling” (GLOB) are hosting another bloodwrestling event tonight at Double Down Saloon at 14 Avenue A.  This event promises plenty of festivities, including a satirical Easter/Passover theme and comedic performance by Jessica Delfino.  And it’s all free.

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What: GLOB (Gorgeous Ladies of Bloodwrestling) Bloody Valentine’s Show!
When: Saturday, 4/23, 7pm til 10pm
Where: Double Down Saloon
14 Avenue A (@ Houston St.)
Manhattan
NO COVER
21 + with I.D.
Any $ collected will go to our fake blood fund & we’ll also make a charitable donation to earthquake relief for Japan

GLOB are live lady warriors, w/ridiculous characters & vendettas, who wrestle in fake blood to punk rock!
Men are recommended to come with a female friend.
This is a mixed event. Anyone disrespectful or disrupting the spirit of true fun & sports satire may be dismembered.
No assholes, No douchebags!

Ferocious, hilarious matches to punk rock, Easter & Passover characters included!
DJ Pat Pervert, Referee Mike SOS (SOS, Seizure Crypt), & more fun, weird surprises.
& a special appearance by the Gorgeous LADS of Bloodwrestling.
Plus glorious live half-time entertainment with:
Easter burlesque by Miss Poppy Seed!
Songs of Sass by Jessica Delfino!

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