New Force Wrestling will be holding what it called a family-friendly show on Friday at St Martin’s Primary School in West Drayton, with wrestlers like ‘Fantastic’ David Francisco, Theodore Powers and Alexander Roth taking to the ring.
Two Hillingdon based wrestlers, Billy Ranger and Richy D-Light, will also be taking part in the event, which lasts for two hours.
This will not be the group’s first event, with the team having already taken to the ring in Iver during recent months. More shows are in the pipeline for this year.
New Force Wrestling’s Richard Doyle said it was set up to bring the sport to West London on a continuous basis.
He told Hillingdon is Here: “We want to give people wrestling that is not only accessible to them, but also fun and interactive, so that they look forward to coming to every show that we do.
“Audiences can expect to see a mix between American wrestling and British wrestling that is stealing the limelight at this moment in time.
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“We cater to most, if not all styles on our show, including their comedy, strong style, high flying, tag team, technical and much more. From the casual to the diehard fan, the show will provide something for everyone.”
Asked about how Hillingdon residents can get involved, Mr Doyle said: “They can come along, enjoy our shows, tell their friends and help NFW grow, as we look to put on amazing shows for those that support us.
“We also like to give back to charity in our local area, so things like fun days for clubs. We like to try to help out with a few free tickets when we can, in order to help the community around us.”
Tickets will cost £8 for Adults, £4 for Children and £20 for a family of four, with a slight reduction available to those who book in advance, with doors opening at 6.30pm on the night.
Backstage passes are also available to those who dare to meet Hillingdon’s answer to Hulk Hogan.