Tons of Jell-O, a couple inflatable pools and a bunch of able-bodied go-go dancers made for quite the sight on Sunday at BJ Roosters.
That’s right, the Cheshire Bridge Road club cleared room for a night of Jell-O wrestling featuring their star attractions.
Spectators could remain just that, or join in on the fun and wrestle with their favorite dancer.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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