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The Magen Boys Plan to “Wrestle For A Cure”

Famous wrestlers put on a spectacular show to raise money for Adrenal Gland Cancer.

By: Ashley Baylen

Published: March 28th, 2012 in News » World

The Magen Boys Plan to “Wrestle For A Cure”

Toronto’s top private and corporate event’s company, Magen Boys Entertainment, don’t just want to beat cancer… they want to wrestle for it.

On April 16th, twin brothers Jian and Page Magen, will be hosting ‘Wrestle For A Cure', an “over the top, family friendly, professional wrestling show dedicated to educating and supporting Adrenal Gland Cancer Research at The Princess Margaret Hospital.”

“We want to educate young adults about the importance of prevention and early detection, “ says Jian Magen.

“If this show can help save one person we have made an impact,” he continues.

Some of the most recognizable names in wrestling history will attend the event, speak out against the cause, and do what they do best… wrestle! A few of the talent scheduled to appear are The Honky Tonk Man, Jimmy Hart, Doink the Clown, and Diamond Dallas Page.

“We are going to Shake, Rattle and Roll our way to the minds and hearts of this community, “ says The Honky Tonk Man.

“When you are working to find a cure and make a difference it makes your job that much better. Put your ‘hart’ into it and the results will be astounding,” says legendary manager, Jimmy “Mouth of the South” Hart.

You can buy tickets to this spectacular event at http://wrestleforacure.eventbrite.ca.

For more information on the event, please visit www.magenboys.com or email info@magenboys.com.

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