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16:57 03 April 2014

Wrestling comes to Pulse Exmouth

Wrestling comes to Pulse Exmouth

Angelic Smiles

Pulse Exmouth is the venue on Saturday, April 26, when the superstars of Pro Wrestling Pride will be live and in action; joined by TV star and British legend Doug Williams to host a once in-a-lifetime live show.

Whether you like high flying, technical wizardry or larger than life personalities, this show has something for everyone with a unique mixture of classic British wrestling and the new styled American wrestling. This fantastic live event is suitable for all ages with refreshments available at the venue.

There are five huge matches lined up for the show with a heavyweight championship bout, a tag team championship match and more featuring twelve of the very best wrestlers from all over the UK such as masked fan favourite Ultimo Tiger, Catch Division champion Tyler Hawke and Birmingham strong style expert Pete Dunne.

Join them for a top class evening out and a whole lot of fun. You can cheer your favourite wrestlers, boo the ones you hate and even get autographs and photos with the superstars straight after the event.

Again, this event is suitable for all ages. however, for those of you over 18 the venue will also be open afterwards from 9pm- late for an awesome after party with all the wrestlers. The only way to get in is to have a ticket to the show.

So, grab your ticket now and get 10 per cent off by purchasing it before the night, either by visiting;

www.prowrestlingpride.com or Spoken Cafe/Bar in Exmouth.

Adult £10 - U16 £7 - Family of four £30.

A percentage of all ticket sales and all of the raffle money will be donated to the NSPCC, a charity the wrestlers feel very strongly about helping.

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