|Four WWF Stars to Entertain at Jacks Game
January 30, 2000
The World Wrestling Federation (WWF) will be back at Gund Arena on Friday, Feb. 4 when the Cleveland Lumberjacks host the Detroit Vipers at 7:30 p.m.
Road Dogg, The Hardy Boyz and Ohio native Al Snow will all be at Gund Arena and accessible to fans in the concourse prior to the Jacks game.
The doors will open at 6:00 p.m. and the wrestlers will sign autographs from 6:15 p.m. until 7:15 p.m.
Road Dogg will perform the National Anthem and all four wrestlers will be involved in the pre-game puck drop.
Lucky fans will be selected to compete in a puck-shooting contest with the wrestlers between the first and second periods.
Road Dogg (6'2" and 236 pounds) is the current WWF Tag Team champion. He hails from Nashville, Tennessee and is considered one of the most charismatic superstars in the Federation.
The Hardy Boyz forever inscribed their names in the annals of WWF history with their breath-taking performance in the Ladder Match at October 1999's No Mercy Pay-Per-View. Matt and Jeff Hardy are two of the youngest and most gifted superstars in WWF history.
Al Snow is a native of Lima, Ohio. He claims to have been psychologically traumatized and now takes directions from "Head", a disembodied mannequin he carries with him. He has found his niche in the Hardcore division, and he has secured the Hardcore Championship on multiple occasions.