Seattle Jello Wrestling Extravaganza
Seattle is renowned for its sport-fans, as many commute from all over the state to watch games of various forms. The emerald city shares a love of athletics and team pride that rivals any other. The activities generated beneath our city roofs can easily be described as both magical and exhilarating. No matter the game, squad, venue, or league; there is something for everyone between these city limits. A new sport has begun demonstrating that consensus both beautifully and viciously all at once. Long celebrated internationally, somehow until now, Seattle eluded one great sporting event. An exhibition dirtier that football, louder than hockey, and potentially rougher than roller derby. An occasion so monumental that diverse fans of varying interest will convene together in cramped theaters. To be a part of something so grand that risking the threat of being speckled seems insignificant. An affair so great that it can only be matched in excitement by Christmas morning to children. Where opponents risk injury, cleanliness and sobriety for the sake of their own brave spirit.
Seattle can now officially boast itself a town full of jello wrestling spectators. As excitement brews around an extreme battle that could only be referred to as the Jell-O Wrestling Extravaganza. Dozens of patrons file into the small theaters to be entertained, or at least oddly aroused by the nature of cohesion before them. Press and photographers from an array of publications rush the front of the stage, all in hopes of glimpsing what could be the most riveting moments in modern history.
The Jello Wrestling Extravaganza is an event organized, produced, hosted, and performed by women. It's an empowering presentation, entertaining for both men and women!
The Jello Wrestling Extravaganza is proud to have been featured in and by the following publications and news sources:
KIRO News Radio
Seattle Sinner Magazine
Rendezvous Jewelbox Theater
2322 2nd Ave
Seattle, WA 98121
|Minimum Age: 21|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|