Wrestling comes to Ipswich

ALL STAR Wrestling returns to Ipswich Corn Exchange for first big bill of 2019 on Saturday 9th February when Ricky Knight and Sweet Sayara, the ring’s best known married couple, will be accepting a main event mixed tag team challenge.

The Knights come to Ipswich eagerly awaiting the release of new film ‘Fighting with my Family’ which tells the story of their daughter who campaigned here as Britany Knight before going to the United States to become WWE headline star Paige. It has been produced by top heavyweight star Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson, with parts of the production filmed in Norwich and Great Yarmouth.

Both Ricky and Sayara are top campaigners in their own right but will face a lively challenge from a team consisting of South Coast sizzler Erin Angel, from Southampton, and Dean Allmark, the Wirral-based fans’ favourite who combines ring battles with tuition of stars of the future at All Star’s Training School on Merseyside.

Another member of the Norfolk-based Knight clan, Ricky’s son Roy, takes time off from his more usual tag battles as one half of the ‘UK Hooligans’ with younger brother Zak, to go into solo action taking on much travelled Vitto Puro, the always controversial ‘Nasty Boy’ from Turku in Finland.

Three further solo contests complete the programme starting at 7.30pm, among them another international flavour clash as Essex-based Phil Powers, remembered as the ‘White Van Man’ from the hit Channel 4 television series in 2017, will need to keep his wits about him when opposing Mexican style aerial ace the masked Flying Eagle.

Tickets now on sale at the Corn Exchange Box Office, telephone 01473-433100, include a special £45 family offer covering two adults and two children under 16. For further information visit the All Star website at: www.superslamwrestling.com or go to All Star Wrestling UK on Facebook.