Wrestling event closes for 2018

Le­gends Val­ley wraps up in the Lock­yer

Gatton Star - - LIFE -

PRO­FES­SIONAL Wrestling has been a monthly sta­ple for fans in the Lock­yer dur­ing 2018 and on Satur­day night the per­for­mance was as pop­u­lar as ever.

The event at­tracted au­di­ence mem­bers of all ages, with many chil­dren sit­ting amongst the crowd to watch dozens of wrestlers take the ring.

Le­gends Val­ley Wrestling reg­u­lars re­turned to Lai­d­ley to per­form along­side new faces who at­tended to com­pete in the Fi­nal Cur­tain Call.

The event marked the fi­nal per­for­mance for owner and wrestler Kira Som­mers who passed the ba­ton to the new man­ag­ing di­rec­tor Ja­son Frost.

Mr Frost said the Le­gends Val­ley pro­duc­tion would com­bine with New Val­halla Wrestling in the 2019 sea­son.

New Val­halla is a Vik­ing-themed pro­duc­tion per­formed in front of Mount Gra­vatt au­di­ences in Bris­bane.

Pro­fes­sional wrestling will re­turn to the Lock­yer Val­ley in Fe­bru­ary and con­tinue on a bi-monthly ba­sis.


KEEN SPEC­TA­TORS: Sa­muel David­son, Michael Cook and Max Cook at the Le­gends Val­ley Wrestling.

Tyler Towle and Harry Mc­dow­ell watched dozens of wrestlers per­form.

Alyssa and Blake Lough­man cheer on the wrestlers.

A wrestler gets ready for the first fight of the night against about a dozen com­peti­tors at Lai­d­ley.

Zoe Collings and Jesse Wild sit ring­side at the pro­fes­sional wrestling event at Lai­d­ley.

Amy and Caleb Bag­nall en­joy the en­ter­tain­ment at the Lai­d­ley Cul­tural Cen­tre be­fore it changes own­ers.

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