Wrestling bonanza at Brandon

THE colourful, charismatic superstars of the ring are coming to Brandon at the Leisure Centre on Saturday for a night of family entertainment featuring the top stars of LDN Wrestling.

THE colourful, charismatic superstars of the ring are coming to Brandon at the Leisure Centre on Saturday

for a night of family entertainment featuring the top stars of LDN Wrestling.

The LDN British Heavyweight Championship will be defended in the first in 20 years in Brandon when reigning champion Jon “The Don” Ritchie battles David DeVille.

“Expect a night of thrills, spills and body slams, not be missed,” said an LDN Promoter.


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Mixing home-grown stars such as near 20-stone Dominator and the Mediterranean sensation Yorghos with occasional guest appearances from UK legends like Kendo Nagasaki and Johnny “Mr Smooth” Kidd, LDN Wrestling is fast establishing itself as Britain's premier wrestling organisation.

DeVille said: “Over the past year I've been training hard and recently won a tournament to become the new number one contender. I'm doing to do my country proud as on October 3 I'm going to win the British Championship.”

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Brandon has a rich history with professional wrestling that date backs for 40 years during ITV's World of Sport programming.

Packed audiences would see some of the battling stars such as Big Daddy, Mick McManus and Wayne Bridges.

Bridges said: “I've been in this game for years, is good to see a young promotion bringing a tradition back to the area with a show for all the family. I'll be ringside supporting today's stars.”

Also on the bill be Capital Wrestling Champion Alan Lee Travis, “Dangerous” Danny Garnell, Richard Parliament and more.

Tickets are �15 ringside, �10 general admission and �8 concession. Call 01842 813 748.

Doors open at 7pm and with the bell time of 7.30pm. Tickets are also available at the venue reception and on the night. It is suitable for all the family.

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