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Pro Wrestling EVE Barbie-themed event taking place in London

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Pro Wrestling EVE has confirmed that they will be bringing ‘These Barbies Kick A**’ to London on Sunday, August 13th 2023.

The company confirmed that the show will be hosted once again by the award-winning burlesque star, cabaret artist and drag-king LOLO BROW and taking place in the Yard Theatre.

‘These Barbies Kick A**’ is the first event on the road to the much-revered SHE-1 tournament, which sees some of the best Women’s stars on the independent scene compete in a tournament akin to New Japan’s G1 Climax.

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Pro Wrestling EVE Barbie Event

The company confirmed that the show will feature “JAPANESE GAL QUEEN” MARIKA KOBASHI, EVE Tag Team Champions “The Star of the Show” NINA SAMUELS & “The Bad Girl” CHANTAL JORDAN, RITA SLAYWORTH, “The Queen of The Yard” SKYE SMITSON, the returning Fightin’ Irish RHIA O’REILLY, SAFIRE REED and much more.

Tickets for the event are available to purchase via the official Pro Wrestling EVE site for only £25. If you aren’t able to make it to the show then you can watch all of the action LIVE via the EVE YouTube channel for only £8.99 per month.

Pro Wrestling EVE is London’s Critically Acclaimed, Anti-Establishment, Women’s Punk Pro Wrestling Live Event Experience! You can watch a ton of content from the promotion via their YouTube Channel, which also has a paid subscription service for live events.

There are a lot of fans of the promotion across wrestling, entertainment and music, including the likes of Mick Foley who once noted: ‘EVE reminds me of ECW! The passion of the women and the fans is just immense’ and inspiring.’

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