Rock ‘N Rumble 2018
Live Event: 2nd June
Commitment: 8 weeks of training + the live event
Where: Bristol, UK
Age restrictions: 18+
Minimum sponsorship target: £300 plus £50 training fee
Launched in 2017 by Dave Nettleton and Saeed Esmaeli (Esmaeli Wrestling), Rock ‘N Rumble took Bristol and the media by storm. Partnering with Temwa, this unique challenge event takes ordinary people and transforms them into wrestling stars in 8 weeks.
Not for the faint-hearted, Rock ‘N Rumble involves rigorous training in ‘infused wrestling’, creative costumes and participation in the live competition.
You’ll make lifelong friends, enjoy higher levels of fitness and reach new goals in the ultimate challenge event. This year we’re going bigger!! #wrestlingforhumanity
Tickets – available now
2nd June | Circomedia, Bristol
After 8 weeks of training, the participants will be ready for the final showdown – a night of glitter, sweat, top entertainment and big competition.
On top of the wrestling, soak up the electric atmosphere of Circomedia from 7pm, bet on your favourite team to raise money for Temwa and enjoy the half-time highlights. There will be food trucks and a bar to keep you going till the early hours.
Buy tickets through the Rock ‘N Rumble’s site here. They are selling fast, so don’t miss out!!
Take Part – Sign Up is Open
Want to take part in Rock ‘N Rumble this Spring?
Launch Night: there will be an induction evening on Wednesday 11th April at Bristol Dojo (1-21 Bedminster Down Road, Bedminster, Bristol, BS13 7AB). You’ll meet the coach, other participants, try a training session and meet the fundraising support team from Temwa.
Training will be held twice a week on Wednesdays and Sundays at Bristol Dojo, starting from the 11th April until the big night on 2nd June.
Fundraise via Virgin Money Giving – it’s simple, free, and we get every penny of your sponsorship money!
Once registered, we’ll be in touch with fundraising tips and advice on how to meet – and beat! – your sponsorship target.
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Photos by Jim Ross Photography