The show comes to Trinity Arts Centre on Saturday, October 31 and as well as the action, there’s a fancy dress competition for children with the winner receiving a £10 voucher.
“Our shows are catered towards the whole family, boo the bad guys and cheer the good guys,” said Brad Taylor, Megaslam’s founder.
“We have got masked high flyers of the ring, bruising heavyweights and our female divas.”
Stars of the show include Australian ladies champion Toni Storm, masked Mexican El Ligero, who has found fame on TV by being invited to TNA Impact British Boot Camp, ‘International Man of Mystery’ Tagori from Japan and UK stars Robbie McKenzie, Terry Isit, Paul Malen and CJ Banks.
“The wrestling scene in the UK is proving very popular, “ continued Brad.
‘Our stars come from far and wide so it really is an International show.
“So many of them have great backgrounds and it’s that which makes them great entertainers’
“We are building up a great fan base, partly due to the success of WWE on TV and partly due to fans here in the UK coming out and watching our shows and then returning.”
Doors open for the Gainsborough event at 7pm and tickets are £13 and £11 (£39 for family of four) on 01427 676655 or www.trinityarts.co.uk