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IPW ANNOUNCES A WWP WRESTLING EVENT IN TRICITY

September 13, 2017 08:23 PM

 

Chandigarh (kulbir singh kalsi):

IPW (Indian Pro Wrestling) an Indian associate of WWP- World Wrestling Professional chaired by Ms. Angelium Kaur announced the WWP Wrestling event in Tricity on 2nd of December 2017.

Mr. K D Gujjar, Managing Director, Indian Professional Wrestling (IPW) said "This region has given the best of sports people to India across the Globe, now is the time for us to breed "World Beaters" from India in Professional Wrestling."

Ms. Angelium said, "I believe that with 1.3 bn people India has massive potential to produce pro-wrestling heroes. Indian Professional Wrestling will provide a platform for Indian talent and in the first year itself we have 12 Indian Pro wrestlers participating on 2nd Dec along with the best in the World."

She further added that, "Our body is a temple and a gift from the almighty, the least we can do is keep it healthy and strong for each one of us." "Tying up with the best Pro Wrestling Federation in the southern Hemisphere, World Wrestling Professionals (WWP) is surely going to help us fulfill this dream."

Speaking at the occasion Mr. Mark Beale, President of World wrestling Professional headquartered at South Africa said "It gives me an immense pleasure to announce the fights in the beautiful surroundings of Chandigarh and its satellite town, we feel pleasure to announce the participation of the International wrestlers like Ry Beck, Brody Steel, Mr. Wrestling, Kilimanjaro, Nightmare, Ananzi & Tiger Rapta to name a few. Apart from the above 2 International female wrestlers would also be part of this contingent."

WWP is the largest Pro Wrestling Federation in the Southern hemisphere which has its humble beginnings in Nelson Mandela Bay and is 100% owned South African Company.

WWP has become an internationally recognized wrestling brand with established footing in Asia, Europe and the Pacific Rim and is without question the only major player on the African continent.

Established and developed by Mark Beale, the WWP has grown from strength to strength continuously reaching new heights with its decision to remain loyal to South Africa and build local Wrestling Superstars despite offers to relocate the headquarters abroad.

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