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British Professional Wrestling comes to the aide of the charity Glasgow the Caring City on Friday the 1st of April 2005 at Greenock Town Hall to help raise funds for the charity.


British wrestling promotions form all over the UK will send their top international stars to Greenock for this one night spectacular which will include the defence of the official Scottish Lightweight Championship, tag team and singles action and the grand finale of the night will be a 30 Man Battle Royal, all 30 men will enter the ring at the same time and the only way to win is to get your opponent out over the top rope. This type of match is not for the faint hearted and is guaranteed to prove that ‘only the strongest survive’. Never before has a match of this size been promoted in Scotland.


Two of Scotland’s top promotions (British Championship Wrestling and Scottish Wrestling Alliance) will be joined by English promotions, Wrestle Zone Wrestling, International Wrestling Promotion and WI*LD promotions for this night of thrills and spills to support Glasgow the Caring City.


Current Scottish Lightweight Champion, Spinner McKenzie, a 21 year veteran of British Wrestling who has fought the likes of Yoko Zuna, Earthquake, Bushwhackers, Marty Jannety and a host of top British wrestling stars has put out an open challenge to any Scottish wrestler to come and face him on the night for the championship title.


‘Thee’ Drew Galloway and Manager Charles Boddington are looking to extend their winning streak when they face off against the high flying local star Jay Phoenix. Galloway with Boddington at his side have taken on some of the top stars from the world of Professional wrestling including former WWE champion ‘The Honkey Tonk Man’ and Marty Jannety.


From SWA, Jonny Milla, the official T-division champion will face off against the highflying martial arts expert Falcon. This is sure to be a hard hitting contest and one for the aerial lovers out there.


Another of Scotland’s top international professional wrestlers, SWA’s champion ‘Conscience’ will be on hand to help out the charity. Conscience has kindly agreed to bring his NWA Scottish Heavyweight Championship belt to the show and have his picture taken during the interval. All proceeds from this photograph opportunity will go to Glasgow the Caring City. Conscience is an outstanding athlete who has been taken to America to try out for a place with the WWE.


The opportunity to represent WZW in this historic night has caused mayhem in the promotion, and commissioner Gary Graham has been inundated with demands from the WZW roster that they be chosen for this honour. More details will be released soon about commissioner Graham’s decision.


Names are being added daily to the list of wrestlers taking part in the 30 Man battle royal and a full list will be published soon.


The Town Hall in Greenock has a long history of presenting the best in British wrestling with the likes of former WWE champion’s Yoko Zuna and Earthquake topping the bill. This show will be no different, only the best British wrestlers will be there to do battle and defend their promotions honour.


Further matches will be announced, please keep an eye on the official web site of Glasgow the Caring City http://www.glasgowthecaringcity.com for up to date information about the show.


This is an excellent night out that the whole family can enjoy together!


Tickets are only £7.50 and are available from:


Rhythmic Records, Oak Mall Shopping Centre, Greenock. And directly from Glasgow the Caring City 0141-637-4168


Doors open at 7.00pm and the show will kick off at 7.30pm

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