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"Hit the Road" will hit Levin Friday, June 16

NZWPW "Hit the Road" will hit Levin Performing Arts Centre on Friday, June 16.

After the success of St. Patrick's Day BASH in Otaki earlier in the year, NZWPW (New Zealand Wide Pro Wrestling) is proud to be heading to Levin and bring wrestling back to the fans.

Come and see the NZ Champion, D-HOYA, defend his title-belt against the as-yet-undefeated challenger, ADAM AVALANCHE.

Also, local wrestler, REHUA, makes his official in-ring debut match. REHUA will be squaring off against "SHINING" NICK SILVER, after he issued a challenge to the shining one at the NZWPW house-show "Bringing Down the House" on May 27.

Doors open at 7:00PM, show starts at 7:30PM.

Tickets for this event are available prior to the show from:

- Bernina Sewing Centre, 204 Oxford St, and

- Patumakuku Inc., 18 Hokio Beach Rd.

Tickets will also be available on the door.
Adults and Teens $15.00, Children $10.00.

Matches announced so far:
NZ Championship Match - D-HOYA (Champion) vs. ADAM AVALANCHE.
Women's Match - TNT vs. Angel of Destruction.
Single's Matches
DreamCatcher vs. Disturbed.
"Dangerous" Dan "Da Man" Stirling vs. "Silencer" Jean Miracle.
Rehua vs. "Shining" Nick Silver.
CD. vs. Jimmy Sparx.

Card subject to change.
See for any updates.


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