WWP wrestling and 4x4 night challenge at air show

2017-03-23 06:03
=WWP wrestlers in action. Similar acts like the above can be expected at the show which will be at the Wings & Wheels festival.    Photo:SUPPLIED

=WWP wrestlers in action. Similar acts like the above can be expected at the show which will be at the Wings & Wheels festival. Photo:SUPPLIED

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For the first time in many years, real wrestling action will be seen in Uitenhage, this time at the Wings & Wheels Doug Davidson Memorial Air Show which will be held on 31st March and 1st April at the Uitenhage Airfield.

Wrestlers from the internationally known World Wrestling Professionals (WWP), a South African professional wrestling promotion, will showcase their skills. WWP is owned by Mark Beale and Abdul Kadir and it is heavily influenced by American mainstream wrestling. The action starts on Friday, March 31st at 18:30 with some amateur wrestling and at 19:30 the WWP wrestling show starts.

Highlights of the festival include a challenge between a vintage car and vintage aeroplane and a challenge between a powerful V8 vehicle against a fast and modern aeroplane. The air show and aerobatics will start at 14:00.

Wings & Wheels also boasts one the best extreme 4x4 challenge tracks. Vehicles worth millions of rands will tackle these obstacles and show spectators their unbelievable power and mechanical abilities. Another first for the festival will be a 4x4 Night Challenge, at the same track from 18:00-22:00 on Saturday, April 1st.

  • For detailed information visit the Wings & Wheels Doug Davidson Memorial Air Show website and Facebook.

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