Thursday June 13 2013 7:00 PM to Completion Locker Room Sports 76 Main St. Woodbridge NJ 07095 Autograph $60 any Item
Autographs $20 Each
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Rutgers running back Jawan Jamison does not have a preference of what team he will be selected by in the upcoming NFL Draft—he’s just ready to get his professional career underway.
“I won’t know until later this month who is looking to take me and in what round,” said Jamison. “It really doesn’t matter to me. I love playing football. Now, it’s the next step—the one I’ve been waiting on. I’m just waiting to see how it goes.”
It’s his love-of-the-game attitude, along with outstanding vision, great burst and a high football IQ that has the running back from Stark, Florida as a hot commodity in this year’s draft.
After a breakout season for the Scarlet Knights in 2012, Jamison has earned a draft grade that could have a team taking him as high as the second day.
The eager Jamison recently received an offer from another running back that made his name at Rutgers—Super Bowl champion Ray Rice—who will give the shifty Scarlet Knight an opportunity to train with him.
“He’s going to give me those tools that I need to help me out to (improve) my game, help me out with my body,” remarked Jamison. “I’m just going to be like a sponge—just soaking up everything I can from him. He’s one of the best to do it, especially coming off of a Super Bowl. He’s just telling me what he’s been doing. He’s already back at it, already training, already getting his body back healthy.”
Some believe there are many similarities between the two backs. Jamison agrees.
“We both catch the ball out of the backfield, we both make people miss,” said the redshirt sophomore. “We both run hard. We do mostly everything similar in our games.”
If he continues to follow in Rice’s footsteps, he will have more than a few suitors in the NFL Draft. Two of the teams that may be interested in selecting Jamison could be the two locals: New York Giants and New York Jets, who both lost their starting running backs after the 2012 season.
Soon, Jamison will know where the next stop in his career will take him. On Thursday, he will meet with Rutgers fans one last time to say farewell to the fans who have supported and embraced him during his time at the New Jersey school.
“It’s been fun,” said the running back. “The fans are really loyal. They hung in there with us, through my first year when it was really rough and just stuck it out with us. They were always there with us and they came through in the end. I want to extend a ‘thank you’ to them. I love my fans, I look up to my fans and I play hard for my fans. I hope they continue to follow me and I look forward to meeting them and having fun with them tomorrow night!”
Greene, a linebacker from Elizabeth, N.J., earned Big East Defensive Player of the Year in each of the last two consecutive seasons. A dominant defensive player during his days with Rutgers, Greene is one of the top outside linebackers in this year’s NFL Draft, and has earned as second-round draft grade by scouts.
Jamison, a redshirt sophomore running back, was Rutgers’ leading rusher the past two seasons. In 2012, he rushed for 1,o75 yards and four touchdowns. Experts predict Jamison will be drafted as high as the third round in the 2013 NFL Draft. He is considered one of the top running backs available.
Both Greene and Jamison will be on hand at RedZone to greet fans. This is a great opportunity for Rutgers supporters and NFL fans alike to meet two of the league’s future stars before they head to the pros.
The event will run from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. The cost for an autograph is $20, or $30 for both Scarlet Knights.
RedZone is located at 960 Route 9 South in Sayreville, N.J.
Autographs are $20 each and both for $30
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Sorry Hillbilly Jim will not be appearing due to a scheduling conflict. We will be having him in the future. Jeff is a great replacement on the Super Ticket.
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Dustin Diamond AKA Screech
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The following Guests are Vendors guests and Not part of the Superticket
Photo Ops: $50
$20 Auto $30 Combo Each
Jeff and Karen Combo $50 (1 autograph of each and 1 picture with them together)
Brooke Adams Miss Tessmacher Sponsored by Lucky 13 K&S
Mickie James by Wrestling Ink
Auto $20 Photo OP $20
Trent Baretta Sponsored by Lucky 13 KNS
- Ivelisse Vélez FKA Sofia Cortez $10 auto or Photo OP Combo $20
Laura Croft Playboy Playmate and Randy Ortons wife on WWE RAW March 9, 2009
Tony Atlas ESS Promotions.
Andrew Anderson $20 Combo
CHERYL BACHMAN by Eric Rosen
More Guests to Follow
All Guest subject to change due to health issues. Super tickets will be provided 5 guests. Should 1 not attend a refund of 20% of the ticket will be given for that guest.
A humble girl who was born in Wisconsin and grew up in Florida, Lauren Anderson reached the pinnacle of the the modeling industry in 2002—gracing the cover of Playboy—but it never changed her.
Though she had already been featured in Playboy in 2001, as part of the “Girls of the SEC” pictorial, Anderson was surprised that she was chosen as Miss July the following year.
“I was a senior at the University of Florida studying to be a veterinarian when I became a Playmate,” said Anderson, who will appear at “The Big Event” in East Elmhurst, N.Y. on March 2. “It was unexpected.”
The blonde beauty shocked herself by winning a Fox reality show called “Who Wants to Be a Playboy Centerfold?”
Predictably, her appearance in the magazine was life-changing.
“Everything changed,” said the Playmate. “I had a lot of trouble continuing my education (at Florida) while also being in Los Angeles, so I chose to go ahead and move to the West Coast.”
For Anderson, she never fully got used to the fame that comes with being a Playboy Bunny.
“[It's] very surreal,” she said. “Every time I’ve seen myself on T.V. or in a magazine, it does not seem like I’m looking at [myself]. It’s hard to describe. I’m a very normal girl, so all of that glamour stuff doesn’t really fit me well. It’s very exciting, though.”
The busty blonde prides herself on not letting the fame go to her head.
“I’ve never allowed the hype of Hollywood change who I and what I stand for,” said Anderson. “I’ve kept my morals in tact, which was very important to me. I’m still the same person I was before Playboy came calling.
Outside of modeling, Anderson is a successful entrepreneur. She owns a medical spa/tanning salon in Gainesville called LAE Beauty Tanning and MediSpa
“We believe in helping people feel and look as beautiful on the outside as they are on the inside,” said the businesswoman. “It’s a very cool, positive place for men and women.”
Anderson also has recently published a best-selling book, Making It In High Heels 3, in which she authored one chapter. The book is written for young women by women who have had success even through difficult times and struggles.
This is the first time fans will have the chance to meet Anderson at a convention like “The Big Event”, and the 5’9″ stunner is looking forward to it.
“I enjoy meeting anyone that’s excited to meet me,” she said. “It’s always fun when fans bring photos that I’ve never seen.
“I’ve never been to this event so I really don’t know what to expect myself. I’m excited to go and see what its all about.”
Fans can purchase tickets for “The Big Event” to meet Anderson and the many other celebrities scheduled to attend HERE.
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From wrestling and bodybuilding to professional dodgeball and modeling, Melissa Coates is far from your average girl.
Though “The Big Event” features some legendary wrestlers, some unforgettable divas, Playboy models and more… there’s only one Melissa Coates.
She began lifting weights as a 15-year-old as she trained for tennis. Soon, her focus turned to bodybuilding and the head-turning Coates never looked back—her chiseled frame makes her stand out in any crowd.
“I’ve been a successful bodybuilder and cover girl fitness model,” said Coates, who has won the Jan Tana competition and finished highly in the Ms. Olympia contest and the Arnold Schwarzenegger Classic.
One of the top female bodybuilders and fitness models in the world, she has also been featured in swimsuit and lingerie layouts. She has appeared in Muscle and Fitness, Flex Magazine, Ironman, Muscular Developmental and MuscleMag.
Coates has made her mark in the wrestling world, after catching the eye of former WWE announcer Kevin Kelly. She headed to Massachusetts and joined Killer Kowalski’s Pro Wrestling School. She eventually headed to the WWE’s developmental territory, Ohio Valley Wrestling. Coates became a well-respected wrestler and even appeared at a WWE pay-per-view in 2005, when she participated as the only female in Chris Masters’ “Master Lock Challenge”.
She said her time with Kowalski was great. “He loved girls with muscle,” she said. “He was like a grandfather figure.”
Recently, Coates has been wrestling on the independent scene, and earned recognition in Pro Wrestling Illustrated by being named to the publication’s Top 50 Women’s Wrestlers in 2010 and 2010.
Fans may remember Coates for her time in Extreme Dodgeball on Game Show Network. She participated on a team called the Barbell Mafia—which featured well-built athletes mostly from the bodybuilding industry. The league was filled with “gimmick” teams, Coates said. Other teams include the Sumo Storm—including players that all weighed over 400 lbs—and the accountant-led Certified Public Assassins.
The curvy and well-cut blonde says her best attribute was dodging.
“I was a very good dodger—much more than a thrower,” said Coates, who estimated that could throw 40 miles per hour. “There were special rules that if you were the last person standing on your team and you dodged successfully a few times, you then regenerated your entire team. I did this several times for my team and so was somewhat proud of myself for that!”
She joined the league in 2004 and played for two seasons, before the league became more competitive, as producers added professional dodgeball players to rosters.
“It was an awesome time and a lot of fun,” she said. “Too bad it ended up being so serious. I’m a good athlete, but I’m also into the show element of things.”
Adding to her diverse resume, Coates has even appeared in film.
“I’m actually in a film that is premiering at the NYC Winter Film Festival,” Coates said. “A Story About Ian is a very deep and thoughtful indy short. I have an entertaining cameo in the film.”
Though she has taken on many different endeavors, Coates may be best known for her impeccable physique and her wrestling career.
“I am able to keep myself in shape, stay somewhat on a rigorous diet and still dig deep to get that energy and enthusiasm up when I have a wrestling show,” said the attention-grabbing blonde.
Coates has a 2013 “I <3 NY” calendar available at www.melissacoates.com. Proceeds are going to Hurricane Sandy relief efforts.
The wrestler/model/bodybuilder/actress is excited to see fans on March 2 at LaGuardia Plaza Hotel in East Elmhurst, N.Y.
“I love the opportunity to meet up with the fans on a one-to-one level,” she said. “Events like these I get to relax and chat more with people. Some of the fans are pretty interesting characters, too! This is a great opportunity to interact with the fans.”
If you meet Coates on Saturday, you certainly will not forget the encounter.
“I enjoy chatting with the fans, joking around with them, sometimes scaring them a little with my bad-girl persona and doing a little flex of my biceps or pecs,” she laughed.
She will be meeting and greeting fans at “The Big Event”. Come to the event and meet Melissa, get her autograph and take a photograph with this one-of-a-kind girl!
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