Wrestling
Wrestling fans are in for a treat

By Liam Moakes Wednesday 02 January 2013 Updated: 09/01 15:27

A FUN-FILLED evening of American Wrestling takes place at Evesham Working Men’s Club on Friday, January 18.

Fans will be able to shout and scream for their favourites when the event brings together young and old for an unmissable night of drama and slams when the stars of American Wrestling hit town for one night only.

Two hours of entertainment will feature a mammoth heavyweight championship match and also a tag team showdown, plus action from the UK’s top high-flyers and much more.

Evesham WMC is located at 8 Merstow Green, WR11 4BD. The doors open at 7pm and the show starts at 7.30pm. Tickets are on sale at the club now and are priced at only £5.

For more information about Slam Wrestling visit www.slamwrestling.co.uk or for information regarding the venue or tickets please visit www.eveshamworkingmensclub.co.uk.

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