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Even though the show is still two months away, fans are starting to talk
about WAW’s next hometown show, Who Dares Wins II, taking place at The Talk in Norwich on Saturday, March 19th.

The show will feature the debut of four stars from Midlands Professional
Wrestling (MPW), who will be looking to make an impact in WAW’s own  backyard.

In the first ever match sanctioned by the World Association of Women’s
Wrestling, four of the top female stars in Britain will compete against each
other, as Sweet Saraya, Kharisma, Destiny, and MPW’s Jetta will be going after each other.

Former WAW British Heavyweight Champion Bash will be taking on the first ever NWA UK Junior Heavyweight Champion Majik. Majik is well known on the British wrestling scene, and will prove to be tough competition for the face-painted star.

The Kraft, one of WAW’s brightest prospects, will also be facing MPW
opposition in the masked madman, Jekkel.

The WAW Championship Committee have also confirmed that another MPW star, Leon Lionheart, will also be at Who Dares Wins II!

Don’t forget WAW will also be paying visits to The Paddocks in Canvey  Island on Friday, March 11th, and St. George’s Hall in Exeter on Sunday, March 20th. Tickets for these shows, and for Who Dares Wins II, can be reserved by telephoning WAW on 01603474693, or by emailing

Don’t forget you can vote for WAW and it’s stars in various awards on the Internet.

Firstly, there’s WAW own wrestling awards. You can nominate WAW’s stars in various categories by logging onto
(  and registering  for the fan forum.

And while you’re on the forum, you can also vote in the third annual Two
Sheds Review awards. You can find details of these awards by logging onto Julian Radbourne’s website at Voting in both of these awards ends in just ten days, so get your votes in now!

British wrestling website 1 Stop Wrestling are also taking votes for their
annual awards. Log onto to cast your vote. Voting there ends March 31st.

WAW’s next training school takes place in Norwich on the weekend of  February 5th & 6th. Places are limited, so it is advisable to book early!  For more details, telephone 07979302203, or email

By now the majority of you will have seen what happened in Asia this past Boxing Day. The pictures from the region, showing the devastating after effect of the earthquake and tsunami will remain with us for the rest of our lives.

Already millions of pounds has been raised by various means in Britain,  and we in the wrestling industry would like to do our bit to help the survivors of this tragic event.

The World Association of Wrestling has launched a Tsunami Appeal Fund via it’s Auction Forum at We are asking you, the wrestling community, to donate any items for auction, and to  donate any money raised to the Tsunami Appeal fund. We already have several  items donated, with several more items already promised to us.

Donating  your items to the auction is easy – log onto, and register  for our fan forum. Once you have registed, go to the WAW Auction Forum, and  place your items for bidding on the forum. You can put up any wrestling-related  item you like, be it a book, video, T-shirt, DVD, whatever.

On behalf of  the World Association of Wrestling, I would like to thank you for your support.

By now you will have noticed that we’re a bit late with this month’s edition
of Radio WAW. Hopefully we’ll be back up and running soon, and we can confirm that the next interview will be with former WAW British Heavyweight Champion the Zebra Kid. Keep an eye on the WAW website for more details.

The Zebra Kid v Jonny Storm, from the summer of 2002, will be featuring on this week’s FWA Classics show on The Wrestling Channel. Log onto to find out when the show will be broadcast.

Don’t forget to keep an eye on the WAW website for details of the latest
views, news and reviews.