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William Regal: An Audience With A Wrestling Villain on Thu 22nd May 2014
A veteran of nearly thirty years, WWE superstar William Regal is regarded by many as one of the true legends of British wrestling. From the North Pier of Blackpool to giant arenas around the world, the gentleman villain of the grappling world has seen and done almost everything there is to see and do. Over the course of his career Mr Regal was won countless championships on nearly every continent and worked with a literal who's who of the wrestling business. From British wrestling stars such as Big Daddy, Giant Haystacks, Mark Rocco and Johnny Saint through international megastars like The Rock, 'Stone Cold' Steve Austin and 'The Nature Boy' Ric Flair through to current stars CM Punk, Daniel Bryan & John Cena.
A consumate entertainer, Mr Regal has proven his ability to hold audiences of any size in the palm of his hand time and time again. In the returning 'An Audience With A Wrestling Villain' fans have another opportunity to share some of the tales he's picked up along the way. Known as much for his rapier wit and way with words as his mastery of the mat, the former European, Intercontinental and Tag Team champion will provide an evening that no wrestling fan will want to miss.
This is not a live podcast or interview. This is quite simply William Regal on stage with a microphone in his hand with nothing between him and the fans in attendence. Simple and effective, it will make for first class entertainment.
VIP tickets will include a pre-show meet & greet from 5:30pm. This will include an autograph and a photo opportunity with Mr Regal. Please ensure that you are there in time for the meet & greet if you purchase VIP tickets as we cannot guarantee to accommodate anyone after this has ended.
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