Watch out Kane! Menace: the Blackanese Assassin is coming to your town for a wrestling showdown. Is the Arnstein Jewish Center okay?
An evening with homegrown artists will be Sunday, Aug 25th, 5-7pm, at the Arnstein Jewish Community Center at 6800 Deane Hill Dr. in Knoxville. The event features professional wrestler Menace aka The Blackanese Assassin followed by a pool party with live music by Stonefish from 7-10 pm.
Menace began his training in Knoxville, TN in the backyard of Rick Connors. Menace has come a long way since then working for CZW, HWA, NWA: Wildside, Smoky Mountain, and Rocky Top; Ego Pro Wrestling, Coliseum Championship Wrestling, and more. He’s been in the ring with Jimmy Valiant, Dr. Tom Pritchard, Tracy Smothers, Vick the Bruiser, Jimmy Golden, Kid Cash, Jerry Lynn, Christopher Daniels, Rob Conway, “The Franchise” Shane Douglas, and Ricky Morton.
Menace is a high flier. He has a background in Kempo Ju-Jitsu and a great love for Japanese wrestling. Fans that have never seen him are in for a real treat. You can follow him on Facebook.
STONEFISH, a five-piece rock band, features high school and college students based out of Knoxville. The band dropped its first full album. It introduces 12 original songs and is available for purchase on most major streaming platforms, including iTunes, Spotify, Apple Music, Pandora, Google Play and more.
To purchase tickets visit www.picatic.com/wrestling. Proceeds benefit the Knoxville Jewish Alliance and the University-Assisted Community School program.