Young fans of wrestling will have the chance to take on their heroes at Stiwt Theatre this February 25th.
The grapplers on show at this brilliant occasion will include one former WWE star who went by the moniker “The Welsh Dragon” over in the U.S and is just one of the wrestlers who will be delighting the young fans.
Welsh Wrestling are behind this novel idea and have been known on occasion to deliver master-classes before big events in the past and that’s exactly what they’ll be providing during the half term fun at Stiwt’s very first Family Festival.
The 25th will not only be an occasion of entertainment but one of a worthwhile cause as money will be raised to combat bullying in a great campaign.
10 youngsters will be invited to step over the ropes and into the ring on the 25th and will be given special talks and lessons by seasoned professional James Mason.
He’s been a professional for over 20 years and has wrestled in America and Japan, “ said Welsh Wrestling promoter Alan Ravenhill.
“Back in 2010 he became the first Welsh Heavyweight Champion, as recognized by the Union of European Wrestling Alliances, and held the title for six months.
“James, who stands 6ft tall and weighs in at over 16 stone, will start off by giving a talk on how wrestling began as part of the ancient Olympics and gradually developed into the entertaining professional sport we know today.
“He’ll then show the kids some of the simpler moves like a forward roll and actually give them the chance to try it for themselves if they fancy it.
“James loves doing it and the kids who come up into the ring always enjoy themselves tremendously, so everyone’s looking forward to putting on a masterclass at the Stiwt.”
There’s been a tremendous response to the upcoming event already and one that Stiwt’s operations manager Gavin Sharpe was glad to discuss.
“Here at the Stiwt we’re really getting ready to rumble with the all-star wrestling evening,” he said.
“We’re lucky to have had the boys from Welsh Wrestling appearing with us a couple of times before and each time they’ve gone down extremely well with the crowds who are always left shouting for more.
“The masterclass before the main event is sure to be a big hit with the youngsters. It starts at 5.30pm and as places are strictly limited to just 10 youngsters, people should book now by ringing the Stiwt on 01978 841300, or online at stiwt.com.”
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