Seaway Valley Wrestling is winning in the ring
Seaway Valley Wrestling is crushing it here in Cornwall. Organizers Al Allaire and Ryan Durocher are receiving extensive recognition for their contributions to the sport, and they are continuing to work hard to bring top talent to the wrestling fans in Cornwall and beyond.
Al and Ryan have made a significant investment into the business and are eager to get more shows under their belt.
“We’d like to get to the point where we have a show every two or three months. The fans want it and we are getting very close,” Durocher said.
“Kicking off the year will be one of the biggest super fights,” shares Allaire.
On Saturday, January 18th at the NAV Centre, “The Villain” Marty Scurll will be defending his Destiny championship. Fans can also see Kevin Blackwood defend his newly won Next Generation Championship, and after a 2-year war, Randy Berry and “Big Daddy” D Roy will finally settle their differences locked up inside a Steel Cage.
“This is the first cage fight for us, and we think the fans are going to love it,” continues Allaire.
The event will be televised on the Fight Network across Canada, but real wrestling enthusiasts can take in the action live, by getting tickets now, before they sell out.
This is the sixth event for Seaway Valley Wrestling and all previous shows have been sell outs. In fact, for this event, the VIP and ring side tickets sold out in just minutes. Tickets are available online or at Fantasy Realm and Shortline Convenience for $20, or $25 at the door.
The crowd is sure to be an energetic one, cheering or booing their favorite and not so favorite competitors, many of whom have created quite the reputation for themselves.
Some of them may be back for the May 9th event, again at the NAV Centre, or another future event as Seaway Valley Wrestling is only getting bigger and better.
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