WELSH WRESTLING has been around for a long while now, 15 years unbelievably. It’s actually the leading brand of live sports entertainment in Wales, and the only wrestling tour that covers the entire country. Their live events are full of action-packed fun for all the family. The good news is, it looks like they’ll be back later this year. They said….
‘With the recent wave of optimism in the news, Welsh Wrestling is proud to announce our restart date during the Whitsun half term. After speaking to the venues and local councils involved, all are cautiously confident that these events will be able to take place, but as with everything in this pandemic, that could change at any moment. So for the time being – save the dates, cross your fingers, and most importantly, STAY SAFE!!’
Their roots have always been family-orientated wrestling, providing wrestling fans with an exciting, fun-filled evening of sports entertainment each and every time. We guarantee that you’ll love the sport but they are also such great, fun nights too.
They’ve picked up a few awards along the way……
- James Mason became the inaugural Welsh Heavyweight Champion by winning a gruelling tournament in Harlech, Gwynedd on 1st May 2010.
- The second Welsh Heavyweight Champion was Kade Callous, who captured the title from James Mason in Builth Wells, Powys on 23rd October 2010.
- The current and three-time Welsh Heavyweight Champion is Stevie Starr, who won the championship from Kade Callous in Tenby on 31st July 2014.
If you want to see a wrestling show in Wales, The Superstars of Welsh Wrestling have so many fun-packed live events coming up. We’ve added their tour dates (so far) so you can check where they are over the coming months. Just remember these dates could change depending on restrictions.
- Tuesday 1st Llanelli – Ffwrnes Theatre
- Wednesday 2nd Tenby – De Valance Pavilion
- Thursday 3rd Blackwood – Miners Institute
- Friday 4th Lampeter – Victoria Hall
- Saturday 6th Barry – Memo Arts Centre
- Saturday 10th Taff’s Wells – Village Hall Tickets
- Friday 13th Porthcawl – Grand Pavilion Tickets
- Friday 10th Newtown – The Elephant & Castle
- Sunday 3rd Bala – Theatr Derek Williams
- Friday 8th Cwmbran – Congress Theatre
- Friday 15th Tylorstown – Welfare Hall Tickets
- Friday 22nd October Mold – Theatr Clwyd Tickets
- Sunday 24th Machynlleth – Y PLAS
- Thursday 28th Newport – The Riverfront Tickets
- Friday 29th October Port Talbot – The Princess Royal Theatre
- Friday 19th Tonyrefail – Savoy Theatre
- Saturday 20th Milford Haven – Pill Social Centre
- Saturday 8th Abertillery – The Met
- Saturday 22nd Abergavenny – Borough Theatre Tickets