World War Wrestling coming to Stonham Barns
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War has been waged at a leisure complex in a sleepy Suffolk village.
World War Wrestling, which was formed in 2014, will be bringing Battle @ the Barns to Stonham Barns on Saturday, February 27.
It is the promotion’s first foray into Suffolk – after regularly holding popular cards in Gillingham.
Retired wrestler Jayne Meadows, who runs the promotion with husband Brett, who still gets in the ring, said: “Basically, we try and aim for a high-level product.
“Big stars are coming to Stonham.”
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One of the stars wrestling in the Suffolk village is Nick ‘Magnus’ Aldis, who is currently Global Force Wrestling’s Global Champion, and former Total Nonstop Action (TNA) World Heavyweight Champion and two-time TNA tag team champion.
He was also Oblivion on the revival of Gladiators.
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TNA Bootcamp 2 stars Richard Parliament and Skarlett, and are scheduled to appear at the show.
Mrs Meadows said: “We’re gathering momentum rather quickly and hoping to make Stonham a regular venue and hopefully bring bigger names.
“We’re hoping there will be a high level of interest – we pride ourselves on a good quality product.”
Tickets are £10 for adults, £7 for under-16s, while two adults and two under-16s is £25. VIP tickets are also available.
For more information, and to book tickets, search for World War Wrestling on Facebook, or call 0800 024 8069.