"We just get together and start talking," he said. "Pretty soon we have an idea and we write a script. We film it and put it on YouTube. We enjoy it."
The group has taken its wrestling show to a few private parties, but the Grover Hills Deli benefit was its first public performance.
"We'd like to do it again," Mike said. "We don't care about making money. We just want to have fun and if we can help someone out that's even better."
The Grover Hills Mega Slam Revenge! to benefit the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation was held at the urging of Tonya Karkoski, an employee of the deli who has a 6-month-old daughter with the disease.
"We were aware of several cystic fibrosis fundraisers," Sherman said. "There was a walk in Burlington and a couple of other things. That's when we got the idea to host a wrestling show. It was great."