David Arquette does not seem to be able to leave the Hudson Valley.
Arquette lived in the area for a few weeks last September to film Apalachin, During this time, the actor fell in love with some of the local hot spots, including the Alexis Diner, the Newburgh Waterfront and even the New York Rennaisance Faire.
While living as a temporary resident, Arquette also joined Northeast Wrestling to return to the ring. After starring in the movie Ready to Rumble, Arquette entered the real world of professional wrestling. Some celebrity appearances became a short-lived wrestling run in which Arquette was surprisingly successful in the ring. The Scream The actor eventually became the WCW World Heavyweight Champion.
After retiring from wrestling in 2000, Arquette returned to acting. Last year, he surprised the fans by jumping back into the ring and contending with Northeast Wrestling a match in the Hudson Valley.
Arquette is now returning to the Hudson Valley for more. The actor will put on his tights and jump back into the ring at the Mid Hudson Civic Center. On Friday, August 16, Arquette joins wrestling superstars Jon Moxley (formerly Dean Ambrose), Jerry, King Lawler, Dustin Rhodes (fka Gold Dust) and others for the N.E.W. Prison breakout.
There'll be an autograph session at 5pm where fans can meet Arquette and the other wrestlers, followed by a full night of wrestling action. For information on the matches and to get tickets, visit the website at northwrestling.com