Wrestling fans in for a treat as charity show set for return to Lowestoft to aid teenager’s appeal
GRAPPLE fans will be in for a treat next week as prime-time wrestling returns to Lowestoft.
Lowestoft wrestler Steve Quintain has teamed up with the World Association of Wrestling to host a fund-raising show at the WaterLane Leisure Centre next Saturday, December 1.
Tickets are still on sale for the show, with all proceeds from the wrestling set to go to the family of Lowestoft teenager Lewis Stanners-Lee, to aid his recovery from an unexplained bleed in his neck that has led to him being paralysed from the waist down. He is currently being treated at Stoke Mandeville Hospital.
A raffle will also be held on the night, with its proceeds going to Waveney Enterprises in Beccles.
Quintain will clash with the legendary King Kendo in battling for the Jordan Smith Memorial Trophy, with other bouts featuring The Hooligans, 'Rowdy' Ricky Knight, Sue Thomson and Sweet Saraya.
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Doors open at 7.30pm, with tickets now on sale from Skin Graphics in Battery Green Road, Lowestoft; WaterLane, or online at www.wawuk.co.uk They cost �8 for adults and �6 for children/OAPs. Tickets will also be available on the night, costing �10 for adults and �8 for children/OAPs. Ringside meet and greet tickets are also available at �12 from Skin Graphics or by calling 01502 560115.
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