Boot Camp TV wrestling stars set to invade Wisbech

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On Saturday, November 22, local wrestling promotion Falling Starr Wrestling returns to the Queen Mary centre in Wisbech with an action packed evening of grappling entertainment featuring stars of the hit wrestling tv show TNA British Boot Camp 2.

Airing on Challenge TV on Sunday nights at 9pm, TNA British Boot Camp 2 has seen wrestlers from all over Britain competing to win a contract with top USA wrestling promotion TNA Impact. The contestants are judged by wrestling superstars Samoa Joe, Gail Kim and Al Snow with the winner of the series going on to wrestle alongside household names the likes of Kurt Angle, Bully Ray and Jeff Hardy.

Two of the most memorable characters of the series have been wrestling politician Richard Parliament and the colossal tag team The Unnatural Disasters.

The judges were impressed by Parliament who kept them entertained with his ‘Richard Parliament’ political party policies and his infectious catchphrase ‘Yeeaahh’, alongside his wrestling skills.

Comprising veteran wrestler Bulk and local star from Wisbech, Karn, the Unnatural Disasters are by far the biggest contestants on the show weighing in at a combined weight of more then 50 stone. The pair caught the attention of the judges with their sheer size and outrageous antics with Karn even audaciously picking an argument with wrestling icon Al Snow.

The TNA British Boot Camp stars join a cast of top wrestlers, which includes Falling Starr Wrestling favorites Kenny Mac, ‘Dark Wolf’ Matt Walters, Jonny Storm and FSW Champion Jonathan Windsor.

World of Sport Wrestling legend Danny Collins is also set to take to the ring for the Wisbech fight night. After the family-friendly entertainment show there will be an opportunity to get an autograph and pictures with the wrestlers.

The show kicks off at 7.30pm with tickets priced at £10 for adults, £7 kids and £30 for a family ticket (a small booking fee applies). Tickets can be bought online at