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GPW: "Friday Night Thriller VI" Oct 5th Hindley, Wigan

Mr. Noble

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If there's one show in the Grand Pro calendar you don't want to miss, it's the Friday Night Thriller shows! On a night that has always proven anything can happen, (and usually does) make sure you're down for attending on Friday October 5th!


The poster for the event:




Doors at The Rose Club will open at 7pm, show starts 7:30. Tickets just

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The show is a week this Friday! Have you got your tickets?


Here's 3 more names for the Battle Royale that you may not yet know, but ones you'll be hearing a lot more of in the future!





Nick Maguire


Our latest debutant from the Grand Pro training school, Nick Maguire is an individual with a scarred past. A loner whose motivation lies in causing others pain with a deadly and innovative moveset. No one has heard of him, does that make his odds to win this good, or bad?





Mike Track


One half of the new tag team sensation, Mike Track is back by popular demand. The self-proclaimed Olympian immediately won over the GPW faithful in his short appearance at From Wigan, with Love but we

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We're now just ONE WEEK away from Friday Night Thriller VI, and still time to get your tickets in advance to avoid queues and have your choice of seats, either at http://www.grandprowrestling.co.uk/shop or on our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/grandprowrestling


3 more entrants into the much anticipated Battle Royale were announced yesterday via our Twitter @Grandpro but for those who don't know numbers 10, 11 and 12 are....




Ken Zen


After impressing in the North West Rookie League of 2011, Ken-Zen has struggled to find a foothold on the roster in 2012. Unsuccessful in the years opening MiTB 6-Way match, he later formed a short lived alliance with fellow NWRL competitor, Skullcrusher. A win in the Battle Royale would be a huge lifeline for the masked ninja who surely must still want revenge on reigning British Champion, Bin Mann who was responsible for his elimination in the NWRL.





Bruce Sheila


Bruce Sheila returns to GPW after a 12 month hiatus. Returning from

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