I have a lot of admiration and respect for people who have a dream and chase after it. I have even more respect when that person starts chasing it at the age of 18 and makes it happen.

According to the Bangor Daily News, Randy Carver from Lagrange, Maine, was just 18 years old when he borrowed $700 from his parents to start Limitless Wrestling, bringing live wrestling to venues across Maine.

Carver has been very successful with Limitless Wrestling, but has mostly played at smaller venues. Now he's hoping to fill seats at Lewiston's Colisée, which can hold around 4000 people. That's a big jump from the 200-300 seats Limitless Wrestling has in those smaller venues.

This may be a gamble for Carver, but he has a great product, and Mainers do love wrestling. It's not the level of WWE, but if you take a look at any of the videos on Limitless Wrestling's YouTube Channel, it's a solid show that looks very entertaining.

Some big names at his shows including Maine's own Scotty 2 Hotty, who spent sixteen years wrestling with the WWE. He'll be on the Vacationland Cup card, along with Dirty Dango and current Limitless Wrestling World Champion Channing Thomas.

The show is at the Lewiston Colisée on August 17 at 7:30. Tickets are available now at thecolisse.com or by calling 207-783-2009. They're also very reasonable, too. Front-row seats right up next to the ring are just $40 while they last. Regular floor seats are $30, and all other seats are $20.

Good luck with the show, Randy!

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