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HARTS — All Star Wrestling returned to Harts Dec. 18 with WWE Hall of Famers the Rock N Roll Express, along with Kerry Morton and Danhausen.

The show also featured the Inaugural Nathan Bush Memorial Cup. Bush, 31, of Whitman, passed away suddenly in October. He had been a part of All Star Wrestling for over 10 years, primarily as a part of the commentary team, working closely with Josh Brown and Justin Buckner.

Damron said planning for an event to honor Bush’s memory and contribution to the local independent wrestling community began soon after his passing.

“The planning process actually started the week Nathan passed away,” Damron said. “I had been thinking on what we could do in his memory when one of the wrestlers, Bruce Grey, mentioned doing a tournament. I said that’s it. Nathan loved tournaments, let’s do that.”

Participants in the tournament included Seth Martin, Aaron West, Shane Storm, Huffmanly, Kirk Blackman, Vance Desmond, Papa Razzi and Dustin Alexander.

ASW will host another show in Lincoln County at the Harts Community Center in February.

HD Media reporter Nancy Peyton primarily covers news in Lincoln County.

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