WAW Commissioner Scott Hall returns as he looks to take the company global with help from SoCal Val. But will the Knight Dynasty be willing to simply roll over and let “sports entertainment” take over from British wrestling?
The WAW32 tournament will reach its conclusion as the semi-finals and final take place to crown a brand new WAW Undisputed World Heavyweight champion. At September to Remember, the Phantom earned the opportunity to challenge Ricky Knight Jr for the WAW Television Championship after a controversial victory in the Survival ladder match. With RKJ being crowned as the inaugural champion that same day, the young wrestler will be eager to keep the title in his possession going into the new year.
Returns are abound too as former Under-23 champion Chuck Cyrus and Thunder return after long absences.
A new Bellatrix World champion will also be crowned on the Friday.
Two meet and greet sessions will take place; one at WAW House on Rose Lane from midday on Saturday and another at the conclusion of the evening show. Entry to these sessions is included in the Gold, Silver, and Bronze ticket packs, or can be purchased separately for £10.
Ticket Pricing (booking fees not included):
Gold (Sold out) – £60
Silver – £50
Bronze – £40
General – £15
Family Weekend – £100
Family Single – £45
Bellatrix – £7
Meet and Greet – £10