SANFORD, Fla - Hours before wrestlers took the ring in Sanford, news broke of WWE legend Triple H's retirement.
"Legend calling it quits is kind of rough," wrestler, Tyler Uriah said.
Triple H said he was stepping away from performing after a health scare last year.
"I think he’s had a really great career, and we should celebrate the legacy that he is," wrestler Cameron Stewart said.
Dozens of folks spent Friday night at Swine and Sons for a wrestling match.
This is a routine event that raises money for different charities.
Sanford's Special Needs Advocacy Program is this event's beneficiary.
"It's a great feeling, one of the things that makes us a little bit unique are volunteers…so every dime that we collect through fundraising goes directly back to the community," Special Needs Advocacy Program Executive Director, Jamie Grover said.