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LDN’s top wrestlers battle for championship title in Barking

PUBLISHED: 10:59 14 September 2015 | UPDATED: 10:59 14 September 2015

LDN wrestlers in action

LDN wrestlers in action

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A night of high-impact action wrestling is ready to rumble its way into The Broadway theatre on Saturday night.

LDN wrestlers in Edmonton October 2014LDN wrestlers in Edmonton October 2014

LDN wrestling returns to the Barking venue as part of its 2015 nationwide tour to celebrate its tenth anniversary, with reigning British champion and fan favourite Alan Lee Travis headlining the stellar line-up.

And former champion Mysterious Dark Lord will be once again taking to the ring to try to regain his title and wrestling belt.

Alan said: “It’s always an honour to defend the LDN title in front of our great fans.

“I’m looking forward to getting to Barking and giving them a match to remember.”

The match could go either way with these two big names in the line-up this year.

And the trash talking has already started ahead of the rip-roaring action.

“Forget about beating me, there’s nobody who can even last five minutes in the ring with me and it’s going to be no different at The Broadway theatre,” the Dark Lord said.

“If my opponent has any brains, they won’t even turn up.”

After the fights, there will also be an opportunity to meet the wrestlers, including special guest and British wrestling legend Dave Walker.

The LDN wrestling event takes place on Saturday next week from 7.30pm. Tickets cost £12 to £15. For more information or to book, call 020 8507 5607.


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