December 7, 2016
DENVER, CO-- RMN events announces this year’s Who’s Bad? National Classic tournament to be the biggest and best yet. Scheduled for Saturday, December 31st at the National Western Complex in Denver, the best competitors from across the US are coming to represent their state at the last big tournament of the year. Top wrestlers from Wyoming, Texas, New Mexico, Nebraska, Montana, Iowa, Illinois, Georgia, Colorado, California, Arizona, Washington, Idaho, Oregon, and South Dakota are already slated to appear. Who’s Bad? National Classic features up to 20 mats of competition and –for the first time in 12 years—Denver champions will receive belts that look and feel like professional MMA and UFC championship belts.
This event sells out and we encourage all wrestlers, especially from states not yet represented, to register as early as possible before the December 27th deadline. Who’s Bad? National Classic is known for attracting top High School wrestling prospects to end the year on a high competitive note and prove they are the baddest wrestler around. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to compete on a national stage and be a part of this New Year’s Eve bash!