The pro-wrestling stars of yesteryear returned in April to Memorial Hall in Kansas City, Kansas, for a screening of Metro Sports' documentary KC on the Mat. The film looked back on Central States Wrestling and an era that made stars out of Harley Race, Bulldog Bob Brown and Rufus R. Jones, when the sport ruled Memorial Hall on Thursday nights. Metro Sports anchor and former WWE writer Chris Gough put the documentary together and talked with promoter Bob Geigel, announcers Bill Grigsby and Bill Kersten, and wrestlers Roger "Nature Boy" Kirby and Billy Howard, among others. A couple of hundred people showed up for the memories and the autographs, and the film rewarded them with a fine tribute to some bygone bruisers. Wrestlers weren't the only brawlers getting face time on Metro Sports, though. Producer Charlie Parker's seven-week series looked back at the Roller Warriors' 2008 season and profiled women, with such names as Snot Rocket and Ivana Clobber, who skate and bleed. "I went into it thinking that they're going to be like these tattooed hipsters who are smoking cigarettes and cussing each other out and getting into fights and stuff," Parker said. "What I found are 80 women who are the nicest people on the planet." Metro Sports is home to rugged maulers of both sexes.