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    “Xtreme Machine” Johnny Bangkok aka Jordan Kelly of Tell City, left, was struck over the head with a guitar filled with powder by “Pretty Boy” A.J. Riley aka Brad Schraner of Tell City during the “Let’s Body Slam Cancer!” event at Cabby O’Neill Gymnasium in Jasper on Saturday night. The performance was put on by Washington-based Tri-State Wrestling and sponsored by Jasper Engines & Transmissions. It raised almost $1,400 for Dubois County Relay for Life. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    Rile Schraner, right, the 7-year-old daughter of Brad Schraner aka "Pretty Boy" A.J. Riley of Tell City, screamed after her dad hit "Xtreme Machine" Johnny Bangkok aka Jordan Kelly of Tell City over the head with a guitar filled with powder during the "Let's Body Slam Cancer!" event at Cabby O'Neill Gymnasium in Jasper on Saturday night. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    Mike Blitz of Terre Haute patted "Xtreme Machine" Johnny Bangkok aka Jordan Kelly of Tell City on the back after Kelly was hit over the head with a guitar filled with powder during the "Let's Body Slam Cancer!" event at Cabby O'Neill Gymnasium in Jasper on Saturday night. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    "Papa Baker" aka Barry Baker of Washington, owner of Tri-State Wrestling, looked out from behind the curtain before the "Let's Body Slam Cancer!" event at Cabby O'Neill Gymnasium in Jasper on Saturday night. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    Mike Blitz jumped off of a ladder onto Dustin “Michael Madrox” Flowers, both of Terre Haute, during the wrestling event Saturday night at Cabby O’Neill Gymnasium. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    Lillian Schnell, 7, left, and Brooke Rasche, 8, both of St. Anthony, looked with concern after Mike Blitz of Terre Haute jumped onto Michael "Dustin Flowers" Madrox of Terre Haute during the "Let's Body Slam Cancer!" event at Cabby O'Neill Gymnasium in Jasper on Saturday night. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    "Rough Cut" Rick Ruby of St. Louis, top, yelled after throwing another wrestler down during the "Let's Body Slam Cancer!" event at Cabby O'Neill Gymnasium in Jasper on Saturday night. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    Audra Harbaville of Bristow, 7, left, and Alexia Schraner and Paige Martin, both 11 and of Tell City, heckled a wrestler during the "Let's Body Slam Cancer!" event at Cabby O'Neill Gymnasium in Jasper on Saturday night. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    Robert "Striker" Bustos of Washington put Mason "Emo Kid" Bynum in a headlock during the "Let's Body Slam Cancer!" event at Cabby O'Neill Gymnasium in Jasper on Saturday night. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    Joe Kupper, left, and his son Greg, both of Huntingburg, heckled the wrestlers during the "Let's Body Slam Cancer!" event at Cabby O'Neill Gymnasium in Jasper on Saturday night. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    Mason "Emo Kid" Bynum and Robert "Striker" Bustos, both of Washington, wrestled during the "Let's Body Slam Cancer!" event at Cabby O'Neill Gymnasium in Jasper on Saturday night. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    Mason "Emo Kid" Bynum and Robert "Striker" Bustos, both of Washington, wrestled during the "Let's Body Slam Cancer!" event at Cabby O'Neill Gymnasium in Jasper on Saturday night. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    Robert "Striker" Bustos yelled as he hoisted Mason "Emo Kid" Bynum, both of Washington, over his shoulders during the "Let's Body Slam Cancer!" event at Cabby O'Neill Gymnasium in Jasper on Saturday night. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    Haley Harris, 8, left, Shirley Kissinger, 9, and Micah Mendoza, 8, all of Jasper, laughed as they watched the wrestling bout between "Pretty Boy" A.J. Riley aka Brad Schraner and "Xtreme Machine" Johnny Bangkok aka Jordan Kelly, both of Tell City, during the "Let's Body Slam Cancer!" event at Cabby O'Neill Gymnasium in Jasper on Saturday night. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    Damien Baker of Washington, left, screamed at Tim Martin of Princeton not to break his arm during the "Let's Body Slam Cancer!" event at Cabby O'Neill Gymnasium in Jasper on Saturday night. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    Tim Martin of Princeton yelled in pain as Damien Baker of Washington pinned his arms back during the "Let's Body Slam Cancer!" event at Cabby O'Neill Gymnasium in Jasper on Saturday night. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    Eli Bowden of Evansville, 8, second from right, had "Extreme Machine" Johnny Bangkok aka Jordan Kelly of Tell City, right, sign his arm during intermission of the "Let's Body Slam Cancer!" event at Cabby O'Neill Gymnasium on Saturday night. With Ethan was his brother Eli, 6, left. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    "Pretty Boy" A.J. Riley aka Brad Schraner of Tell City, right, wound up to smack his opponent "Xtreme Machine" Johnny Bangkok aka Jordan Kelly of Tell City during the "Let's Body Slam Cancer!" event at Cabby O'Neill Gymnasium in Jasper on Saturday night. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    "Xtreme Machine" Johnny Bangkok aka Jordan Kelly of Tell City, right, pinned "Pretty Boy" A.J. Riley aka Brad Schraner of Tell City against the corner of the ring during the "Let's Body Slam Cancer!" event at Cabby O'Neill Gymnasium in Jasper on Saturday night. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    Daniel Sipes of Jasper, left, and his son Bryce, 6, watched the wrestlers during the "Let's Body Slam Cancer!" event at Cabby O'Neill Gymnasium in Jasper on Saturday night. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald