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Puma Negro and Zokre battle in the ring. Below, Jungle Boy and Ultimo Dragon make their entrance.

KING CITY — A near capacity crowd could be found last Saturday at the Salinas Valley Fairgrounds in King City, where Pro Wrestling Revolution took over the Expo Building.

The Aug. 18 event, sponsored by South County Newspapers, featured the rare appearance of living legend Ultimo Dragon, as well as talent from around the world, including Puma Negro and Zokre and “Jungle Boy” Nate Coy, whose real name is Jack Perry, son of actor Luke Perry.

“We can’t thank the community enough for the support — except by returning to our home away from home, King City in 2019,” said Gabriel Ramirez of Pro Wrestling Revolution.

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