Fifteen wrestlers are set to invade the National Park next weekend when local telecommunications giant GT&T presents the first ever `Wrestlerama Guyana’.
A press release issued earlier this week said that the high energy two-day wrestling event will see wrestlers from the USA performing with a special appearance by Superstar, Bill Goldberg.
Before the WrestleRama show begins at 19:00 hrs, there will be a family fun day with trampolines, games, video arcade, toys, food, bars and lots of other booths that starts at 17:00 hrs.
“The setting will be similar to that of a WWE type event with the same amazing lighting and sound effects, walking the ramp to the ring and of course the unmatched live professional wrestling action,” the release said adding that cardboard and markers will be given out to fans to create their own signs to show support for their favourite wrestler.
The 15 wrestling stars are Paul London, Butterbean, Shad Gaspard, Gail Kim, Raven, Big Daddy V, Like Gallows, Katie Lee Burchill, Daivari, Domino, Mike Knox, Tom Howard, Paul Lee, Sylvester Terkay and Goldberg.
The weekend will commence with a special welcome reception next Friday from 19:00 hours and a fun day the following day 10:00 hrs – 15:00 hrs at the Princess Hotel Poolside. “At these occasions fans will get the opportunity to meet and mingle with the wrestlers, get autographs and take pictures,” the release noted.
Pre sold tickets for WrestleRama for seating in the stands cost $3,000 for adults and $2,000 for children. Seating on the tarmac costs $4,000 for adults and $3,000 for children. Tickets for VIP Ringside are $10,000. There will be group discounts available.
Tickets are on sale at Gizmos & Gadgets, GT&T business offices, Church’s Chicken locations, Giftland OfficeMax, Survival Supermarket, Guyenterprise, Nigel’s Supermarket and Ashmins.
Other sponsors are Banks DIH (Demico Ice-Cream, Powerade & I-Cee), Princess Hotel, Giftland OfficeMax, Gizmos & Gadgets, EZJet, Star Party Rentals, NCN, New Thriving, Hot & Spicy, White Castle, Mojo’s , HJ TV and the Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sport.