Big excitement comes in a small package.

The Micro Wrestling Federation (MWF) will visit the Chattanooga Convention Center on Saturday at 8 p.m.

Bringing “an entire cast under five feet tall,” the event includes the same highflying, body slamming and off-the-top rope action of a traditional professional wrestling event.


Tickets are $20 for floor seating and ringside seating is $25. Other ticket opportunities include a backstage private party for $250 and a business sponsor package for $500.

Saturday’s event will include two singles matches, a “micro brawl” with action taking place anywhere-in-the-building, and “fatal-four way” with a championship belt on the line. Fans can get autographs after the show.

The MWF — presented by Low Budget Rock Star Entertainment — was founded in 2000 and remains “the longest-running organization within the little person wrestling industry.”

From the website:

They are called dwarfs; they are called Little People; they are also called the most incredible minute athletes performing throughout the world. The Micro superstars have proven time and time again that even born with a disadvantage in height, dreams can still come true with perseverance and hard work. Growing up, the Micro wrestlers have suffered through adversity. Each had been told that opportunities in the professional world would be limited, that locating full-time employment may be difficult. Apparently, that was not an option for the Micro superstars because they are living their dreams as professional wrestlers.