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WOMEN’S Wrestling returns to WarZone Wrestling Australia.
Berwick, Australia – Popular local wrestling promotion, WarZone Wrestling has announced that after a long two-year hiatus they are re-introducing the women’s division back into the company.
Returning to Berwick Performing Arts Centre on 15 March, South Australia’s Savannah Summers will face off against long-time nemesis, Melbourne’s Miami at the event.
“This is an amazing opportunity to let the very best women in Australian wrestling make their mark,” WarZone Wrestling promoter Ben Gilbert said.
There is no love lost between two women, who formerly trained together in South Australia before their friendship turned into a bitter feud, spanning years. Both are well versed in their craft, and Savannah Summers only recently returned from a trip to the United States where she trained and wrestled for well known independent, all-female wrestling promotions, SHIMMER and SHINE.
Also in action will be WarZone Wrestling champion Adam Brooks as he faces off against South Australian, Rocky Menero. A feud that quickly came to a head after Menero accused Brooks of being a paper champion.
Further information about matches and tickets can be found at http://www.warzonewrestling.com.au
*Card Subject to change
Pre-book number: 0459362423
Berwick Secondary College-Performing arts centre, Manuka Road, Melways ref 111 H.
Doors open at 6.30pm and show starts at 7.30pm.
Ticket prices
Adult: $15 Children: $10.
Hot food and soft drinks sold at the venue.
Alcohol-free event
About
WarZone Wrestling Australia is a local wrestling promotion that has performed across Victoria since 2008. It has hosted some of the most amazing matches in the country, including the final match between USA’s Adam Pearce and former WWE superstar, Colt Cabana in the Seven Levels of Hate series. For more information, visit http://www.warzonewrestling.com.au

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