The WWE personalities scheduled to appear include Triple-H, Goldberg, and "Stone Cold" Steve Austin. The wrestling organization's edgy brand of entertainment focuses on raw sex appeal, and they pound this button hard every night. Super hotties like ex-Baltimore Ravens cheerleader Stacy Keibler strut their considerably sexy stuff in skimpy lingerie as they take part in the evening's plot lines (we use that term in its loosest sense), and the audience loves every minute.
One fan's cardboard sign at a past WWE event said it best: "I'd Rather Be in Chyna." No, the fan didn't have spelling issues. He was referring to his yearning to know former WWE female wrestler Chyna in the biblical sense.
You think that's below the line? WWE mastermind Vince McMahon erased the line years ago, and he's been laughing all the way to the bank ever since.
Tickets range from $15 to $40. Call 305-358-5885. -- Russ Evans
What's more American than baseball in the summertime? West Boca Youth Baseball and the South Florida Youth Association are sponsoring the West Boca Dad's Day Baseball Bash. The five-day tournament runs June 11-15 and will include many different age groups, offering competition ranging from 9 year olds all the way up to 18-year-old varsity players. Each team is guaranteed at least three games during the week, and registration costs $375 per squad. The action culminates next Sunday, Father's Day, with the final rounds. And it goes without saying that a day at the park watching the kids knock a few balls around sure as heck beats getting yet another necktie or itchy sweater. All games will be held at Southwest County Regional Park and Pinewoods Park in West Boca. Call 561-441-5201. -- Russ Evans
This week brings not one, not two, not three, but four charity tournaments: the inaugural A Child Is Missing Tournament, noon Friday at the Coral Ridge Country Club (3801 Bayview Dr., Fort Lauderdale, 954-763-1288); the second-annual Coral Springs Community Chest Golf Classic 11:30 a.m. Friday at the Tournament Players Club at Heron Bay (11801 Heron Bay Blvd., Coral Springs, 954-344-1144); the Oasis Ranch Charity Golf Tournament, 7:30 a.m. Saturday at the Oaks Course of the Palm Aire Country Club (3701 Oaks Club Dr., Pompano Beach, 877-245-GOLF); and the 17th-annual Make-a-Wish Golf Classic, 7:30 a.m. Monday at Grande Oaks Golf Club (3201 W. Rolling Hills Cir., Fort Lauderdale, 954-967-WISH). -- Dan Sweeney