From Larry Goodman @ http://gwhnewsandnotes.blogspot.com/
Anarchy Wrestling put on a terrific show at Season’s Beatings, maybe even better than Fright Night, their previous best show of the year and nominee for Georgia’s best live event of 2014. Point being, pro wrestling is alive and well and thriving in Cornelia, GA in a manner that hasn't been the case in quite a while.
Season's Beatings did way better at the gate. 250 -- standing room only the likes of which the Anarchy Arena hasn’t seen in several years. The final chapter of Jerry Palmer’s reign of terror (Hardcore Hell 2013) came in right at 200. There's something uniquely intoxication about a packed house in that tiny building.
The return of AJ Styles to his pro wrestling birthplace undoubtedly had a lot to do with the the attendance. This show had more starpower than Anarchy event in recent years. Gunner and Matt Striker were also on hand for a pre-show meet and greet, but the line of people waiting to meet Styles went on forever, such that the show started 30 minutes late.
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