Tonight: United Teachers of Dade and Ronin Pro Wrestling benefit school nonprofit

Tonight, the United Teachers of Dade (UTD),  Ronin Pro Wrestling, the Florida Education Association and the PTA/PTSA of Miami-Dade County are joining forces to deliver an evening of exciting, high-flying pro wrestling competition to benefit My Life My Power (MLMP), an anti-bullying and youth development nonprofit  founded by undefeated mixed martial arts competitor and WWE Tough Enough inaugural champion, Daniel Puder.

The event takes place this evening at Miami Jackson Senior High School at 1751 NW 36th St. from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Tickets are $20 for adults and $10 for students. Parking is free. The evening will be capped off by a super three-on-three match in which Puder, UTD president Fedrick Ingram and Lt. Col. Major Mark will take on anyone brave enough to step into the squared circle with them.

Schools selling tickets will see an 80 percent proceeds return to aid curriculum, assemblies, faculty training and parent workshops. Furthermore, every student and teacher attending the event will leave with a new pair of Saucony Sneakers.

Use discount code: MLMP001

For more information and to receive a coupon code for your school or organization, visit, and To purchase tickets online, visit

Keep an eye out for a thorough follow-up piece within the next month, written by yours truly, for Miami’s Community Newspapers.

See flyer below for further details.


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Jesse Scheckner

A freelance MMA, entertainment and business journo born, raised and residing in Miami, FL, Jesse Scheckner is a former semi-serious musician, cinephile and recovering ne’er-do-well who still believes Mickey Rourke’s finest performance in film has yet to come. He is's editor-in-chief, a feature staff writer for and the 2014 MMA Media Correspondent winner at the Florida MMA Awards. Follow him on Twitter @JesseScheckner to talk about the stuff he writes about with him.

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