American Wrestling Rampage comes to the west

CASTLEBAR WELCOMES the American Wrestling Rampage (AWR ) tour in August. This will delight both young and older fans with a chance to see some of the best competitors in the wrestling circuit show off their talents in the Royal Theatre arena on Friday August 28, for one show only.

This is the only venue in Connacht that will host this event and seats are booking out fast. There is a choice of ringside or outer ring seats for the event with tickets from €30.

Mega stars as Chris ‘Masters’ Mordetzky, formerly of the WWE, The Original Vampire Warrior, Gangrel, The Extreme Maniac Sabu, former WWE champion Rob Van Dam, The late great Andrew ‘Test’ Martin, and the legendary Bret ‘Hitman’ Hart, have all appeared under the AWR flag among other wrestling mega stars.

While AWR can boast some of the biggest names in the business, the group also serves up some of the hottest prospects for the future of the industry including high flying dare-devils such as Shawn Maxer, The Suicide Machine, and Dunkan Disorderly.

The line up in August is sure to be a crowd pleaser with the likes of Rob Van Dam, Sabu, Christ Masters, Scotty the Hotty, Rene Du Pree, Suicide Machine, Sean Maxer, Joey Cabrey, Delicious Dunky D, Paul Tracey and more big names to be announced.

Rob Van Dam is the one to watch this August, weighing in at 235 pounds, all 6ft of him will be taking to the ring in order to prove why he is indeed one of the best professional wrestlers of his time. His signature move the five-star frog splash, Van Daminator leaves the best of us in awe and with as many career hightlights as Rob Van Dam has had it is hard not to be spellbound by him in the ring.

Castlebar is only one hour from Galway and both the Days Harlequin hotel and TF Royal hotel are doing overnight special offers.

Tickets are on sale now from €30. To book tickets visit www.ticketmaster.ie or call the Royal box office on 0818 300 000. For more information visit www.theroyal.ie

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