WRESTLERS from throughout Australia and the world will join locals for Battle of Honour, this month’s show from New Horizons Pro Wrestling (NHPW) in Byford.
NHPW spokesman Bryan Bader said local wrestling was often seen having little to attract the average World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) or Total Nonstop Action (TNA) viewer.
He said he would bring people back to the local leagues by bringing in the finest wrestlers from around Australia and the world for his shows on March 23 and 24.
The Byford centre has two trainers that teach members in creating a wrestling personality, costuming, choreographing fights, public speaking and improvisation.
Its wrestlers will fight alongside interstate guests, former TNA X-Division Champion “Notorious 187” Homicide and The Wrestler movie co-star Necro Butcher.
Mr Bader said WWE was now touring in several states, including WA, this year and that NHPW was going all-out to ensure people still had access to quality professional wrestling.
“When WWE tours Australia, you pay hundreds just to sit close enough to actually see the action,” Mr Bader said.
“To get a chance to take a photo, or talk to the wrestlers you have to try and ambush them at the airport.”
He said at Battle of Honour the audience could see physical theatre suitable for all ages, with enough intrigue and betrayal to rival any soap opera, and could meet the wrestlers for autographs and photos. For more information visit nhpw.com.au.