WAWW announces “The Return” for November 19th

The World Association of Women’s Wrestling (WAWW) is returning on Saturday, November 19th 2011, according to owner Saraya Knight, with a show fittingly called “The Return”. In an announcement made this afternoon, they state…

“The World Association of Women’s Wrestling makes its return after a three year hiatus at the Breckland Centre, Costessey, Norwich on Saturday 19th November at 7pm. The show, which will feature ladies from many different countries including the USA, will signal the long term return of WAWW who will hope to run a minimum five shows per year.

We are already in negotiations with some top ladies from around the world and hope to hit the ground running with a top notch show. We realise Ladies wrestling is a niche market, with that in mind our first show will be in a 100 seat venue so tickets will be at a minimum, so fans of ladies wrestling should get their tickets early to avoid disappointment. The show will be released on DVD for those who wish to purchase.

As this is the WAWW relaunch we are doing fantastic ticket offers at just £7 Adults and £5 children”

Good news for fans of women’s wrestling around the world, and in the UK in particular. With the sudden and acrimonious split between Saraya and Pro Wrestling EVE last month, there had been concerns that this could signal tensions in the women’s wrestling community in the UK, but WAWW have moved to address that with the following comment. “We would just like to point out we are not an opposition to Pro Wrestling EVE or wish for a them and us attitude, we are just returning to a project we started years ago before we decided to join EVE.”

Tickets for the show can be booked on 0800 046 8164, 07880 977 512 or 01603 506333

Duke of Bridgewater says:

I hope WAWW and Pro Wrestling EVE will be like WSU and Shimmer.
No matter if the promoters like each other or not, don’t let the wrestlers suffer for it!
Every worker should be free to work for both promotions.
(That boycott threat by Extreme World Wrestling was really bad.)

Make sure that WAWW vs EVE leads British women’s wrestling to new heights, not to new lows!