Mayhem on Mills returns this weekend and this time they've got a championship belt


Ring that damn bell! Mayhem on Mills, the City Beautiful's best wrestling non-federation brought to you by Total Punk, is returning to the parking lot of Will's Pub this Sunday.

The previous three installments have seen wrestlers brawling out of the ring and onto Mill's Avenue, jumping off the roof of Will's, and even teleporting through time and space, but this fourth event will feature the debut of the Mayhem on Mills Championship Belt. The belt will be awarded to the winner of a three-way dance between Teddy Stigma, Effy and Troy Hollywood. It's everything both sublime and ridiculous about pro-wrestling all at once.

  • Photo via Mayhem on Mills/Facebook
Also in action this weekend are the likes of Mad Broke, Serpentico, Beastly Brody, Dreenen, Fabulous Fitness, Saive Al Sabah, and Snoop Strikes. The event will be bookended by live sets from Alabama's Hibachi Stranglers and Tampa's Gino and the Goons.

Mayhem on Mills IV is this Sunday, April 28 at 3 p.m. at Will's Pub. Tickets are $15.

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