Pro wrestling shows headed for Lowcountry

PROVIDED Dean Ambrose (from left), Roman Reigns and Bray Wyatt will be among the featured performers at a Monday Night Raw show at the North Charleston Coliseum.

Area mat fans will be treated to a pair of pro wrestling events on Sunday and Monday.

Monday Night Raw returns to the North Charleston Coliseum for the first time in more than two years with a show highlighted by a six-man tag-team match pitting Roman Reigns, Dean Ambrose and Kane against WWE world heavyweight champion Sheamus, Intercontinental champion Kevin Owens and Bray Wyatt.

Action gets started at 7:30 p.m.

Old School Championship Wrestling will hold its final show of the year Sunday at the Hanahan Rec Center, 3100 Mabeline Road, Hanahan (behind Trident Technical College off Rivers Avenue).

Featured will be a 10-man tournament with the winner getting a crack at the OSCW title at an upcoming event.

Participants include John Skyler, Zane Riley, Nick Kismet, Jett Black, Brady Pierce, Tracer X, Josh Magnum, Jon Malus, BJ Hancock and Logan Creed.

Bell time is 5 p.m. Doors open at 4:30.

Adult admission is $10 (cash at the door) and $5 kids 12 and under.

For more information, call 843-743-4800 or visit www.oscwonline.com.

In recognition of its “throwback” Southern 500 weekend, Darlington Raceway was named the recipient of the 2015 Myers Brothers Award. Voted upon by the National Motorsports Press Association, the honor recognizes those who have made outstanding contributions to stock car racing.

The track “Too Tough Too Tame” led an industry-wide tribute to the sport’s roots that coincided with NASCAR’s return to Darlington on its traditional Labor Day weekend date for the first time since 2003. The annual event first took place when Darlington founder Harold Brasington opened NASCAR’s original concrete oval in 1950 and 25,000 spectators flocked to the egg-shaped South Carolina track.

The Myers Brothers Award — named after pioneer NASCAR competitors Billy and Bobby Myers — has been presented every year since 1958.