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Wednesday 21 November 2018

NWA Ireland

Bray-based professional wrestling promotion company NWA Ireland will be holding their next show in the town this coming Sunday evening November 21. Some of the NWA's local talent have been making great strides in the professional wrestling business and will be demonstrating their many moves at the show in the Wolfe Tone Community Centre over the weekend.

Bray-based professional wrestling promotion company NWA Ireland will be holding their next show in the town this coming Sunday evening November 21.

Some of the NWA's local talent have been making great strides in the professional wrestling business and will be demonstrating their many moves at the show in the Wolfe Tone Community Centre over the weekend.

Adam Burke from Bray who wrestles under the name Adam Abz was crowned the first ever NWA Ireland Champion in Bray last September.

He has since successfully defended his title twice - in England and Wales during October and is looking forward to competing on home soil once again.

'It is always good to wrestle abroad and all over Ireland like we do, but there is no feeling like stepping into the ring in front of your hometown audience here in Bray. Most of the lads on the shows will tell you that Bray is their favourite venue to wrestle at,' Adam stated.

Meanwhile, other local talents Paul Tracey and Fergal Devitt have recently returned from a three and a half week long professional wrestling tour which saw them wrestle successfully in Canada before flying straight back to the United Kingdom for a 12 day tour with NWA-UK Hammerlock Wrestling.

Adam, Paul and Fergal are all scheduled to be on this week's NWA Ireland Events in Dublin on Friday night and Sunday night at the Wolfe Tone Community Centre in Bray.

The action kicks off at 7.30 p.m. both nights and admission is at the door on the night.

All the regular stars of NWA Ireland including 'The Inve$tment' Ross Browne, Paddy 'Suicide Machine' Morrow, Carl 'Shooter' O'Rourke and many more will be on hand to keep their fans entertained.

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