A part of me died when kayfabe died. Kayfabe was treated with reverence. It was a privilege to be smart. It was a privilege to be involved in this business. It’s not because you had $1200 and could go online and buy a pair of f'n boots, and now you’re a f'n pro wrestler. --Ed Chuman.
If this show is run by a private religious school, does the principal pay taxes on the proceeds of the show?
I wonder if they are still renting out their lot for parking and having the student's parents work security, concessions, etc.
I would be interested in knowing if the Archdiocese is aware of all this?
Does anyone pay taxes on proceeds of a wrestling show?
Fyi, I went to a private catholic school, and parents worked fundraisers in exchange for lower tuition costs. Very common. My school ran a series of concerts. One year they had Tanya Tucker, another time Charlie Daniels. I even remember one of the Monkees.