What some saw a controversial act at the Rock County 4H Fair packed the grandstand Wednesday. Organizers at the fair say they booked “micro-wrestlers” as a way to bring new demographics to the fair. It looks like their plan worked. “Micro-wrestlers” entertained fairgoers with standard wrestling moves. They smashed their way through clipboards, cue sticks, and a garbage can. “I don’t see where it’s exploiting us,” said a wrestler who goes by the name Pit Bull. “We’re agreeing to get out here and do he job. I know people have a problem with us calling ourselves midgets, but that’s what we are.” The entertainment act received a lot of attention as some questioned whether it was appropriate for the fair. Those in attendance seemed to enjoy the show.
Beth Wheelock, WCLO