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Does anyone know how to find out when and where Indy events take place. The ones that I've gone to I just found on a fluke. I figure there has to be a better way than this. I'm mostly talking about the random old guy event. Or indy event with a token old guy that just seem to come together when ever.
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I think this one's actually good enough to go into the wrestling section...since we should all support the local Indys.

I have the same problem. In Alabama (God bless this poor state.), most of the bigger Indy events have had some radio commercials, like when the Terry Gordy memorial thing came through town. And I see some flyers here and there saying where an indy show will be every now and then.

Outside of that though, there really isn't much publicity for Indy wrestling.



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Try doing an internet search for Indy Feds in your area. It's how I found the Independent Wrestling Federation, which does shows in central NJ.



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