Size obviously matters, but as Warwick Davis proved, you don't have to be a giant to gain the respect of full-sized men like Val Kilmer, or even fuller-sized men, like Val Kilmer. Standing tall in the ring, the warriors of Micro Championship Wrestling. Barreling in August 6th to the newly opened Marchesa Hall, MCW is a no-holds barred squared-circle spectacular where hulking spandexed behemoths are replaced by vertically challenged brawlers hand-picked by WCW Monday Nitro creator Eric Bischoff, whose autobiography Controversy Creates Ca$h proves that, hey, Ke$ha can read. Instead of opening with the traditional bell, one-on-one matches start once emcee "Cracker T" has worked the crowd into a feverish chant of "Half the Size, Twice the Violence", after which you can expect all the high-flying, top-rope antics of regular wrestling; the evening ends in a battle royal where all 8 micro-fighters square off at once in the sweatiest display of little-person action since Vern Troyer taught America to love, and that he totally has sex. Combatants you'll love to hate range from Huggie Cub, a pimp-turned-brawler who struts in rocking a satin robe and giant fedora, to Sarge, purportedly discharged from the military for rowdy behavior; good guys run from Demo, a cape-wearing masked superhero clocking in at a whopping 3-feet 5-inches and 75lbs, on up to Meatball: a 4'6", 290lb monster who comes with a side of elbow(drop) pasta. To bring the sex appeal, there's also a inflatable-glove cat fight between female divas Trixie, a former Dallas Cowboys cheerleader, and Serena Fox, who makes up for her lack of height with a "gain in style", a far better way to cope than adding eight inches to your gut, then sobbing into a Willow.