Saturday 3rd April 2004 sees live professional wrestling action return to the Vale Social Club in Colwick, Nottingham with an action-packed, star-studded show presented by Revolution British Wrestling in association with the United Kingdom Wrestling Alliance.
In recent months, the RBW wrestling expansion has seen various sell-out events take place across the country, entertaining and exciting audiences of all ages. On top of this, two training centres based in London and Nottingham are providing anyone with the chance to make their dreams become a reality, and become a professional wrestler.
Two days after this past Christmas, RBW put on their first show at this venue which saw an audience turn out in mass to see some top wrestling action take place with several Championship defences as well as an over-the-top rope battle royal.
For this event, the event is expected to be even more spectacular, with several Championship bouts, and the evening being rounded off with a huge eight man tag team contest caused at the previous show at this venue.
British Commonwealth Champion, and forty year wrestling legend, the deaf star, Alan Kilby will be in action, being challenged by the RBW Nottingham Training Centre Head Trainer, the mat veteran and former British Mid-Heavyweight Champion,Keith Myatt. This will be Kilby’s last port of call before meeting James Mason in the finals of the tournament to crown a new British Heavyweight Champion at the Euro Sports Bar in Sneinton, Nottingham on Saturday 8th May.
The British Middleweight Championship will also be defended, with reigning Champion, and master technician, Johnny Kidd defends against Colombian born-and-raised invader “Misfit” Jorge Castano in a rematch from a previous contest in London.
Tag team action in Revolution British Wrestling is fierce to say the least, and the team at the forefront of the competition is the Southern Alliance group. In what is expected to be a very heated match-up, the tandem of British Mid-Heavyweight Champion, “Rock ‘n’ Roll Express” Blondie Barratt will team with British Tag Team Champion, Stixx, to take on the team of Sheffield’s rising star Will Assault and the Killamarsh giant, Rainz.
British Welterweight Champion, “The Gift” Ross Jordan is also set to defend his Championship on the card, against an opponent yet to be determined.
To round off the evening, a huge eight-man tag team contest has been signed, since a big confrontation back in December at this venue. The Southern Alliance members “The Gift” Ross Jordan, “Rock ‘n’ Roll Express” Blondie Barratt and Stixx will be teaming with “Misfit” Jorge Castano to take on the combination of Will Assault, Rainz, Alan Kilby and Johnny Kidd.
Sparks are sure to fly at this event, and we hope to see you there!
Saturday 3rd April 2004
Revolution British Wrestling in association with United Kingdom Wrestling Alliance
Vale Social Club, Vale Road, Colwick, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire
£6.00 – Adults
£5.00 – Children/Senior Citizens
£20.00 – Family Ticket (2 Adults and 2 Children)
Tickets are available using any of these methods:
By telephone – 07940 476612 (this is for reserve-only)
By e-mail – firstname.lastname@example.org (this is for reserve-only)
By Cheque/Cash/Postal Order etc – Please e-mail email@example.com for instructions.
In person – Tickets will be available at the venue itself every day. Additionally, tickets will be available on the evening of the event.
Doors Open -7.00pm
Event Starts – 7.30pm
Event Ends – 9.30/10.00pm
Additional information on this event, as well as other RBW events can be found by visiting RevolutionBritishWrestling.co.uk or UKWAWawrestling.co.uk .