School Resource Officer, assistant principal highlight pro wrestling lineup Saturday at Rocky Fork Middle
Assistant Principal Alan Davis and SRO Chris Erwin of Rocky Fork Middle School prepare to tangle with professional wrestlers Chris Michaels and Damien Wayne at 7 p.m. Saturday at the school.

Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office

School Resource Officer Chris Erwin and Assistant Principal Alan Davis will trade their school roles for the mat when they square off with professional wrestlers Saturday at Rocky Fork Middle School’s gym.

They will square off against pro wrestlers Chris Michaels and Damien Wayne in the Championship Wrestling USA matches beginning at 7 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 19 at the school located 100 Thunderstorm Lane in Smyrna.

Erwin wrestled professionally before becoming an SRO.

Other matches include Matt Starr and Gunner Laine, Nathan Starr and Chris Styles, Jake Law and Brandon White, and Kid Wrestling and El Diablo.

Tickets are $10 each with proceeds for Rocky Fork Cheer.

After graduating from Riverdale High School, Erwin trained for one year as part of wrestling’s independent circuit in Kentucky. He was recruited for independent circuits in Nashville.

On his 21st birthday, Erwin signed a three-year stint with Total Nonstop Action Wrestling, now known as Impact Wrestling.

Erwin competed in Tennessee, Georgetown, Bowling Green and Louisville, Ky., New Orleans, La., Southern Illinois, Florida and Muscle Shoals, Ala.

He joined the Sheriff’s Office 10 years ago and has served as an SRO for six years.

Both Davis and Erwin are happy to showcase their skills to raise money for Cheer.