There will be a fantastic Wrestling demonstration at the World Power Show in London on Saturday 2nd July 2016.
Wrestling takes its place amongst eight other sports that are will be running competitions at the show: Kung Fu, Body Building, Ultimate Strongman, Parkour, Breaking, Karate, and Kick Boxing.
Throughout the day there will also be various seminars and exhibitions taking place, details about the show and the Saturday timetable can be found on the following links:
This is a great opportunity for Wrestling to be showcased to help profile our sport on a world stage.
The Wrestling input has been organised by Jatinder Rakhra with 24 wrestlers from England, Wales, Canada, Roumania, Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Ukraine and Poland taking part in all three wrestling styles. Support for the organisation has come from Yvonne Ball and Trevor Hoskins.
The referee in-charge is David Sudron, who was an official at the 2012 Olympic Games and it is a privilege to have him at this event.
Wrestling commences on Saturday 2nd July, from 10:00am and continues until 1:30pm.
Passes for the day can be purchased at a 5% discount for all BWA members from the following site, (the cost of tickets with the 5% discount is approximately £35). The discount code will be mailed to members (who have not opted-out from BWA mailings).
How to get there:
The show is taking place at London ExCel Arena, this is the same venue where wrestling was hosted for the 2012 Olympic Games. It can be accessed by the DLR (Docklands Light Railway), at either of the two stations Custom House and Prince Regents. They have 3,070 parking spaces on-site, all charged at a £15 flat tariff for up to 24 hours. If you’re using sat nav to get to the venue please use the following post code E16 1XL. For more information on how to get to the venue please visit:
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