Win tickets for a star-studded line-up of American wrestling stars
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Southside Wrestling returns to the Priory Centre in St Neots at the end of the month and you could be there for free, courtesy of The Hunts Post.
Southside Wrestling returns to the Priory Centre in St Neots at the end of the month and you could be there for free, courtesy of The Hunts Post. You will need to be quick off the mark if you want tickets for the event as the show sold out in March at the same venue. Organisers have another star-studded line-up with an incredible six American stars being flown in for the show on May 31. They will include former WWE stars Evan Bourne and Justin Gabriel, current TNA X-Division champion Kenny King, four-time TNA women’s champion ODB and three-time TNA X-Division champion Amazing Red. The event will also see the return of American Indy star Tomasso Champa.
The show will feature seven top matches, including a three-way tag team title match between The Righteous Army (champions) v The Hunter Brothers and The London Riots. The show will also see British favourites such as El Ligero , Robbie X, Stixx, Will Ospreay and many more. Tickets are available from Southside Wrestling Entertainment or The Priory Centre on 01480 388992. Doors open at 4.30pm and bell time is 5.15pm.
To be in with a chance of winning a family ticket (two adults and two children) for the show, answer this question.
How many American stars are being flown in for the show?
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