As featured in Buzzfeed, Time Out, The New York Times, Kerrang, Refinery 29, The Independent and many more!
Forget everything you thought you knew about this previously male-owned world and see what happens when a bipolar, home schooling mum of two combines her passions of feminism, punk, politics, mental health and pro-wrestling to create EVE, a night of death-defying, jaw dropping, action packed, wrestling stunts fueled with cabaret, comedy and so much more!
EVE is the ground-breaking feminist-punk-rock wrestling promotion, founded and operated by Emily and Dann Read who since 2006 have continually played a major part in the popularity and increased exposure of the female professional wrestling scene.
Take a look at what people have to say about EVE:
“Their sexism-free, homophobia-free, seriously f*cking empowering shows are a hit” – Refinery29
“[EVE is] re-imagining the classically hyper-masculine environment of ‘professional’ wrestling” – New York Times
“I brought my sisters and a few friends and we had such an amazing time. Everyone should get to know EVE!” – GLOW Star & Musician Kate Nash
“This socially and politically conscious company is deservedly becoming not just the best wrestling gig in town but the best event full-stop.” – Huffington Post
“Riot Grrrls of wrestling. EVE represents a grassroots feminist movement which celebrates women of all shapes and sizes. Wrestling quality is an important aspect, alongside a DIY attitude and a desire for change.” – Metro
“EVE goes further than the scripts of GLOW and political restraints of WWE could ever allow” – The Independent
“This is a 21st century Shakespeare’s Glove for Corbynista-chanting activists as much as it is for pro-wrestling aficionados” – Huck Magazine
“Totally punk rock” – Kerrang! Magazine
“The passion – of the women and the fans – is just immense…and inspiring.” – WWE Hall Of Fame Superstar Mick Foley
“Female wrestling is officially trending thanks to these real life GLOW girls!” – Marie Claire
EVE is based in Bethnal Green, East London, England and can be contacted by emailing ProWrestlingEVE@gmail.com