There’s real wrestling excitement for the whole family coming to Centennial Hall. (Lexi Bainas/Citizen)

Lively crowd leads to wrestlers’ return to Lake Cowichan

They got such a good reception for their show, the WPA wrestlers are coming back to Centennial Hall.

The boys (and girls) are back in town!

After enjoying themselves thoroughly at their last outing at Lake Cowichan’s Centennial Hall, PWA Wrestling is returning to the Lake on Sunday, April 16.

And just like last time, it’ll be a family-friendly 2 p.m. start time.

And family friendly is the reason they’re back.

When they came to Lake Cowichan last time, there was a noisy front row peanut gallery of young fans., screaming and waving their arms at the villains, cheering their heroes to the skies, and generally pumping up the atmosphere to boiling point.

The wrestlers obviously loved it. It was clear in how they played to the crowd. Every performer is delighted when the crowd is part of the fun, and surely no performer loves that more than a professional wrestler.

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