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iPPV Re-Match as Pro-Wrestling:EVE Championship to be defended at Brit-Wres-Fest - in aid of Great Ormond Street Children's Hospital
They were the two women who had Europe's first ever iPPV named after them. They were the two women who fought harder than they had ever fought before all in the name of the Pro-Wrestling:EVE Championship. They were the two women who went crashing through the time-keepers table to the hard cement floor that lead to EVE head referee Chris Roberts bringing the contest to an end due to a double count out. Now the reining and defending Pro-Wrestling:EVE Champion "Female Fight Machine" Jenny Sjodin will once again defend her Championship against "The Professional Predator" that is Alpha Female!
The following write up is courtesy of www.WrestlingWithEthics.com, the same website where you can go to make your donation to the Great Ormond Street Children's Hospital and register for the FREE tickets to the Brit-Wres-Fest event:
A huge running neck-breaker drop to the outside of the ring and through the time keepers table lead to a double count out in their recent headline contest at “No Man’s Land” on February 18th. As a result EVE joint producer Emily Read was quick to seize the opportunity to present the rematch on what could be the biggest British wrestling stage of them all, BritWres-Fest 2012. “Everyone who has seen the first match between Alpha and Sjodin have given rave reviews and expressed what an amazing representation of the current female wrestling scene in Europe it really was” said Emily. “Fans demanded the rematch and we saw BritWres-Fest as the perfect platform to give it to the world to not only further the exposure of the amazing EVE Professionals and the Pro-Wrestling:EVE brand but most importantly to help a great cause and show support for Great Ormond Street Children's Hospital". Her husband and joint EVE producer Dann Read followed up "This is a cause that means a great deal to Emily and I who have two young children of our own and Great Ormond Street Hospital is something that we as parents ourselves truly appreciate in ways only a parent can truly understand. There's going to be a lot of children with their parents at this event and everyone at EVE look forward to entertaining them all with the biggest re-match in EVE history".
Event Organiser Jamie Hadley said “The decision to make the Pro-Wrestling:EVE Championship match the first one to be announced is our way of saying that BritWres-Fest 2012 is the ultimate showcase for the UK scene. The matches on offer will be the very best we can give the fans”. He continued “Pro-Wrestling:EVE made history with their recent iPPV, a first for British wrestling. Their prime role on this show is our way of applauding their progressive attitude towards our domestic industry and giving their all female roster equal billing to the men’s scene at the same time”. Tickets are now available for the BritWres-Fest 2012 event at the Coronet Theatre, Elephant and Castle, London on Sunday 1st April at 3.30pm.
General Admission tickets are FREE. These tickets are for a variety of locations around the venue, including seated and standing positions. Entrance into the venue will be on a first come, first served basis. Although the tickets are free, please remember the event is in aid of Great Ormond Street Hospital and there is a suggested donation of at least £1. If you cannot afford this donation, please e mail firstname.lastname@example.org and we will provide a free ticket.
There are also VIP Balcony and Ringside Seating tickets available for £15 which will also go towards Great Ormond Street Hospital.
Pro-Wrestling:EVE Presents Sjodin v Alpha 2 @ Brit-Wres-Fest in aid of Great Ormond Street Children's Hospital on Sunday April 1st at The Coronet Theatre, London. Tickets available now at www.WrestlingWithEthics.com
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