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EVANSVILLE, Ind. (WEHT) -- The World Wrestling Alliance says it is time to give the Veterans Memorial Coliseum a "curtain call" following Sunday's coliseum open house.
The WWA will host what it calls "the final wrestling event at the historic Evansville coliseum" on Friday, December 15.
More than 100 years of professional wrestling at the coliseum will go away -- at least for now.
WWA Owner and Promoter Chris Waddell says Evansville has been the most supportive crowd it's had over the years.
"They're always electric. They're always ready to cheer and boo. And, every now and again, if it gets a little wild, maybe throw some trash in the ring," Waddell said.
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