Disco Dom (right) set up Baby Jesus for a front suplex during the Micro Championship match on Wednesday at the Jackson County Fair. (Photo By Todd Compston)
Disco Dom (right) set up Baby Jesus for a front suplex during the Micro Championship match on Wednesday at the Jackson County Fair. (Photo By Todd Compston)

WELLSTON – For the first time in history, the Micro Wrestling Federation entertained fans on Wednesday night at the Jackson County Fair.

The Micro Wrestling Federation is a WWE type event supported by a cast, where every wrestler is under five feet tall.

Founded in 2000, the Micro Wrestling Federation is the longest running organization in the industry for little person wrestling according to the microwrestling.com website.

Following the introduction of the performers, Micro Jackson entertained the crowd wearing a sparkling glove, along with a red jacket, sunglasses, and hat, while dancing in the squared circle to Michael Jackson’s “Wanna Be Starting Something” and “Beat It”.

The wrestling action began with the domestic violence match between Syko and Micro Diva Pinky Shortcake, who emerged victorious.

Then in the U.S. vs. Mexico match, Micro Tiger rolled up Little Hank Dalton for the pinfall.

The belt was on the line in the subsequent match, as challenger, Disco Dom defeated champion, Baby Jesus, only to lose the belt to Syko after challenging the other five wrestlers in a Royal Rumble style match.

Afterwards, fans lined up for a photo opportunity with the Micro Wrestling cast.