LACONIA — Pro wrestling will return to the Lake City on Saturday, November 9 with a series of matches at the Tower Hill Club presented by Granite Pro Wrestling.
Wrestlers from the Pro Wrestling Academy will square off with the main event the PWA Heavyweight Championship pitting the champion, Laconia's own ''Heart Attack'' Tommy Mack against challenger Lucipher Lords.
Tom McCormack, Jr., who wrestles as ''Heart Attack'' Tommy Mack, is a 1999 Laconia High School graduate and a life-long professional wrestling fan who has been competing as a pro since 2002.
His ring persona is fashioned on a biker and he features tattoos up and down both arms. In some venues he will ride a motorcycle to and from the ring.
McCormack wrestles almost every weekend, sometimes on both Friday and Saturday nights, and trains every day while supporting himself by working as a stone mason with his father's company, Tom McCormack Masonry.
Other matches will pit Hall of Fame wrestler Tony Atlas, Mr. USA, against Don Vega, the Puerto Rican Punisher; former NWA tag team champion Ryan Genesis against former WOW star Rick Fuller, Da House Party against Sol De Oro and Wrecking Ball taking on ''The German Hammer'', Josef Von Schmidt.
The matches have a new venue this year, the Tower Hill Club at The Weirs, instead of Laconia High School. Doors open at 6 p.m. with bell time at 7 p.m.
There are 330 tickets available for the event which are priced at $12 in advance and $15 at the door. Tickets are on sale at the Tower Hill Tavern, Dr. Buckle and Mr. Hyde at Busy Corner and at the Looney Bin Bar and Grill.
Tom McCormack, Jr., who wrestles as "'Heart Attack' Tommy Mack", holds the Pro Wrestling Academy Heavyweight Championship belt. He will defend his title in a professional wrestling event which will be held on Saturday, November 9 at the Tower Hill Club at The Weirs. (Roger Amsden/for The Laconia Daily Sun)