Battle Of The Two Greatest Technical Wrestlers In British Wrestling – London, Sat 23rd April 2005
Saturday 23rd April 2005
Ryan Hall, Chingford, London
Battle Of The Two Greatest Technical Wrestlers In British Wrestling
The Ryan Hall in Chingford, North-East London, has become practically the only venue in the North of London to see British wrestling on a regular basis, since the start of events there in March 2004. Now in April 2005, a total of five events have already taken place, with the sixth set to take place on Saturday 23rd April.
Past events in Chingford, London have been exciting times, with the likes of Johnny Kidd, “Wildcat” Robbie Brookside, “Wonderkid” Jonny Storm, “Misfit” Jorge Castano, Sammy Ray, “Flying” Phil Powers and plenty more, all proving the point that British wrestling is the best wrestling in the entire world.
This time round, the main event set for the show is perhaps one of the most significant bouts in RBW history, with the former British Middleweight Champion here in RBW and unarguably one of the country’s top technical wrestlers, Johnny Kidd, meets one wrestler who is probably the only wrestler that Kidd can be compared with in the country, the decorated seven-time British Lightweight Champion, three-time European Lightweight Champion, former British Welterweight Champion (earlier version of the current one) and above all, the former World Lightweight Champion, London’s very own Steve Grey.
The two are set to take place in what is likely to go down as being one of the top bouts to ever grace the RBW ring ever.
Also confirmed for the event is the international star, the UK Kid, who is one of the select few wrestlers who has managed to have a successful career both in Great Britain as well as abroad. The UK Kid began his career in the UK, turning pro at 16. At the age of just 18, he moved to San Antonio, Texas, where he trained and graduated at the wrestling training school of famous American wrestler, WWE superstar, Shawn Michaels.
For the following years, the UK Kid wrestled extensively for over seventeen promotions in the USA, whilst sometimes returning to the UK to compete over here for various tours. At the age of 20, the UK Kid became a trainer himself in America, and around the same time, worked alongside some of the biggest names in American independent wrestling.
Revolution British Wrestling Live Event
Date: Saturday 23rd April 2005
Venue: Ryan Hall, St Edmunds Church, On the corner of Chingford Mount Road/Larkswood Road, Chingford, London, E4.
Times: Doors Open at 7.30pm. Event Begins at 8.00pm. Show Ends at 10.00pm.
Front Row (All Ages) – £9.00
Adults – £8.00
Concessions (Children Under 16, Senior Citizens and Disabled) – £6.00
Family Ticket (2 Adults & 2 Children Under 16) – £25.00
£1.00 off every ticket purchased in advance!
Tickets are also available on the evening of the event.
Telephone – 07950 576063 or 07940 476612
SMS Text Message – 07950 576063 or 07940 476612
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In Person – Tickets for all events are available at all RBW training sessions and other RBW live events.
Nearest Train Station: Chingford or Highams Park
Nearest Tube Station: Walthamstow Central
Nearest Bus Routes:97, 158, 215, 357, 444, 505 (all go directly past the venue)
By Car: If travelling by car, from the North Circular Road (A406), leave at the Crooked Billet junction (Walthamstow) on to the A112 (Chingford Road). On leaving the roundabout you will pass the Walthamstow Stadium on your right. Cross the crossroads with the Morrisons supermarket turn-off on the left, just past this you enter Chingford. Continue proceeding along the road, past the parades of shops and the Royston Arms pub. You will see the venue on the main road as it veers to the right. The venue (a large red-brick building) stands slightly back from the main road.
A wide range of soft drinks will be on sale at this event. Cold food such as crisps, chocolate, cakes etc will be on sale at this event.
The venue has a small car park and also adequate street parking nearby, ideal for you to park in if you are travelling by car.
This venue has full disabled access and has adequate space for wheelchair users to watch the event. Additionally, the venue has disabled toilets.
For more information please visit RevolutionBritishWrestling.co.uk.