Wrestling action takes to the stage

Thunder is hoping to reign supreme.
Thunder is hoping to reign supreme.

All Star Wrestling are rumbling into Skegness with a special Easter event.

It’s every man for himself in the over-the-top rope action at the Embassy Centre on Tuesday, April 7.

The man pulling out all the stops to make it decidedly an unlucky night for more than a dozen rivals will be Super Slam title holder 

Now easily Europe’s longest established wrestling organisation, All Star have lined ­up an 
impressive Skegness programme, starting at 7pm, and building to the 
finale with a different 
wrestler entering the fray at one minute intervals.

Metal-masked force Thunder defeated Dean Allmark to become Super Slam Championship belt holder late last year and is determined to maintain his momentum.

Even 20-stone Thunder will face some tough opposition, however, with Allmark returning plus heavyweight contender Oliver Grey, heavyweight favourite James Mason, ‘Yes Man’ J.D.Bryant and ‘Cousin’ Jake Wyatt taking part in the action.

Tickets, including a special £45 family offer covering two adults and two children, are now on sale at the Embassy Centre, telephone 0845­ 6740505 for more