EVE Academy is not just a great place to learn to be a professional wrestler but also a great workout and fantastic play to work on your self confidence!
Don’t just take our word for it though; check out what the press have to say:
The Press Association came down to check out EVE Academy and made this video feature:
Another video feature on EVE Academy, this time by Business Insider:
A women-only wrestling academy has opened in London – complete with chokeholds and dramatic, WWE-style entrances
The EVE Academy is London’s first wrestling school for women. It’s targeting ” self-identifying women” to give them more confidence, but also keep fit, and have fun. Classes are lead by “The Fightin’ Irish” Rhia O’Reilly and professional wrestler turned stuntman Greg Burridge.
Be sure to check out this fantastic review by Time Out London’s Katie McCabe, although we at EVE Academy know her by a different name, have a read to find out what!
It’s Sunday morning and I am late for my first day of wrestling school. Very late. Guided by a handwritten sign that reads ‘Secret Girl Gang Clubhouse’, I finally find the home of EVE: a punk, feminist, women’s pro wrestling collective. Inside, a group of women are powering through number 145 of 150 squats.