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Live Wrestling in aid of Nerve Tumours UK!

07 August 2019

Live Wrestling in aid of Nerve Tumours UK!

Carl Brooks is hosting one of the most unique and sure to be fun and exciting fundraisers in aid of NTUK. He is putting on his very own live Wrestling show where you can come and see the K-Stars "in some high-flying, body-slamming, death-defying action!"

The event is set to take place at the OLD OSCOT WMC Birmingham on the 20th Sept 2019, where you can buy tickets on the door

It is an event that we would encourage everyone within the Birmingham area to go and support, as it is sure to be one of the most exhillarating fundraisers in aid of our shared vital cause yet. 

We would also like to thank Carl for his incredible effort and to also wish him the best of luck with his upcoming show 😊 

If you would like to find out more about Carl's event you can do so by clicking on the link below:

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