Last Weekend in December – Don’t Be Left Out!

Because of its timing between Christmas and New Year’s, the 18th annual Who’s Bad? competition in Denver attracts top-level competition to wrestle on the last weekend in Denver.  With wrestlers who travel from all over the United States, Who’s Bad? has sold out for the past seven years.  If you wait too long to register, you may be left out! Open to boys and girls ages 6-18 as well as Open Division.

This year RMN Events has added Friday night dual competition (Girls 15-&-Under, 18U). One more reason to bring your entire team to Denver!

We expect wrestlers from more than 25 states to compete on 18 mats.  We are the only Colorado event that offers the highest quality championship belts to all who wrestle in the regular division.  Colorado high school competitors can participate without any effect on eligibility or points for your season. Many other states have open eligibility for non-high school in-season events; however, high schoolers from other states should check with your state association before entering.

Families: use this trip as an opportunity to vacation in Colorado before and after the tournament!  In that vein, RMN Events has teamed up with Unser Karting, just 15 minutes away, to provide your family or team an opportunity to share time together at a discounted rate. Make use of RMN’s business partnerships to get team or group discounts on hotels and reservations (see website).

Who’s Bad? comes just as the high school season is heating up, providing challenging opponents who are sure to bring out the best in you.  Those who have competed at Who’s Bad? have experienced an edge which they bring back to their high school season.  Those in K-8 find that this event prepares them to succeed both later in the season and at the next level.

Held in the National Western Complex Arena, this intimate setting elevates the intensity of the competition. Sign up now before the entry window closes! 

Go to:  http://www.rmnevents.com/whosbad to register and for more information.