In the right corner: he's 29-years-old, 6'2'', 205 lbs. and is nicknamed "Mister Spotlight." He currently hails from Las Vegas, Nevada, and has wrestled against Danger, Kenny Casanova, Dylan Cage and Tom Brandi to name a few. He is Jeff Starr, and on Friday, March 25, he is wrestling in his last match ever, and Q103 and the Q-Tease will be there to witness it all.

The match, presented by Northeast Wrestling (NEW), takes place at Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake High Schoolon March 25 at 8 pm. There will be a pre-match autograph singing at 6:30 pm. The cool thing about this is that Starr is a graduate of BHBL HS, and had his first-ever match there over a decade ago. Now, as he is nearing 30, he is having his last match here as well. It's the perfect ending to this chapter of his life.

Starr will be competing against Glens Falls native and WWE legend "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan. At 57, Duggan is a one-time

WCW United States Heavyweight Champion and a one-time WCW World Television Champion. His years of intense fighting ways, beastly instincts and patriotic personality earned him a spot as the second inductee in the WWE Hall of Fame, class of 2011.  

Also making an appearance is TNA Wrestling's Robbie E (and Cookie), NEW champion Matt Taven, along with Mike Bennett, Brian Anthony, Adam Cole, Hale Collins, and other NEW stars.

Starr has his wrestling work cut out for him, but seeing as this is his last match ever, he will probably put everything he has left into it. Especially seeing as this is his original hometown and he needs to keep up his good name with the high school with whom he is an alumnus of.

Starr's first pro-debut match took place in Schenectady in February of 1999, when he was just 17-years-old. In 1999, his PWI ranking was 492, and in 2001 he ranked in at 494.

Jeff Starr's good looks and charisma have brought him a long way in wrestling, but it is not the only thing that has made him so successful. A combination of Jeff's great mat-skills, high flying offence and his sense of humor are what has made him the popular indy star that he is today. Working mostly in the Northeast region with promotional relationships in Texas, California and Florida, Jeff Starr entertains wrestling fans  and keeps them on the edge of their seats.-



Starr holds many titles: UWA, WOHW & TSW Heavyweight, WOHW, WOHW: Fusion, WWA, TSW, NMW Tag Team, WWA, TSW, WOHW Heavyweight & United States Championship, WOHW Cruiserweight and the MWA North American Championship.

Tickets for this awesome, once in a lifetime match are on sale at all Goldstock's locations. Floor seats are $15 and general admission is $10. You should hurry and get them while you can, because the tickets go up to $18 and $12 on the night of the match. Proceeds benefit Coaches for Cancer, Pennies from Heaven, the Shell Strong Foundation, Brave Will Foundation, and the Hal Van Earden Scoreboard.

"Mister Spotlight" Jeff Starr is perhaps one of the most naturally gifted athletes on the North East Independent scene. Making a strong impact in his initial workplace---World of Hurt Wrestling, back in 1999, he is still very young and has much to achieve. However, many already look up to this youngster as being a leader in the lockerroom and one who will always put on a great match.

Jodi, Amanda and I, along with the Q-crew will be escorting the stars to the ring, and will have ring-side seats for this event. I'm not one for wrestling, but this sounds so fun and I'm looking forward to seeing Starr do his magic, which will hopefully result in a big win!