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BWC 5 Day Training Camp

May 24, 2011   ·   0 Comments


On August 8th to the 12th the BWC will host its first 5-day training camp at the House of Pain Academy in Nottingham. The BWC prides itself on being the premiere wrestling system not just in the UK but Europe as well and has pulled out all the stops for its first training camp.

Each day, students will receive no less than 6 hours training, which makes a total 30 hours across the 5 days where students will be trained by some of the top stars in the UK today. However what makes this camp so special is that the BWC have made it the most cost effective camp of its kind EVER in British Wrestling history.

During this 5-day experience students will receive training from a pool of talent considered to be in amongst the top trainers and performers in the country.

Stixx The Heavyweight House of Pain is undoubtedly not just one of the best looking talents in the UK, but one of the top wrestlers. He is a master of ring psychology and arguably one of the most respected trainers in Europe having trained many young stars such as Textbook Dave Breaks and The Dare Devil Dragon Shane Oldham who have come from his House of Pain Wrestling Academy.

RJ Singh A wrestler who is thought by many insiders to be one of the premiere flyweights in Britain today. As a full time member of the FWA roster Singh has proved his talent both as a wrestler, character and total professional behind the scenes nearly ten years experience under his belt making him one of the sought after performers in the UK.

Justin Richards Considered to be one of the top Pro Wrestling trainers in all of Europe, Justin has a reputation for pushing his trainees to the limit in the pursuit of Excellence. As well as being Head training Advisor for the BWC Richard is also known for being a former FWA British Heavyweight Champion and a 2 time British National Amateur Champion.

Dave Rayne As Head Trainer for both the Futureshock and XWA schools in the North West of England, It can be said that Dave Rayne is held in regard and esteem in the BWC chain as one of the best young trainers in country.

Xander Cooper Throughout 2011, Xander has made huge leaps on his way to forefront of British Wrestling. At BritWres Fest Xander won the prestigious Scarlo Scholarship and has since risen to be one of the stars of FWAs new Adrenaline Division. As the new Head Apprentice of Alex Shane, Xander is viewed be many as the real one to watch this year on the UK circuit.

Alex Shane – For years now Alex has travelled the country, visiting BWC schools providing them with high-class seminars that have been extremely popular and carrying out many gradings for the comprehensive syllabus. Alex now brings his knowledge, passion and the experience that has made him a World recoding breaking Heavyweight Champion and one of the most successful promoters in the last 20 years of the UK scene to the BWC students in a more unique way that ever.

The BWC will also hosting a special sixth day to be held on Saturday 27th of August for any student who couldnt make the 5 day camp or even those who want to stick around for some more great training, this final day will cost only 10 and definitely shouldnt be missed. More details on this day will be released soon.

For the full 5 days training students will only pay 65, which includes a deposit of 25.

If students would like accommodation at the training centre for the duration of the camp then it will cost just 20 extra.

Food can be covered at a cost of 15 per head and will provided each day for those who wish to do this otherswise local shops are close near by.

This price scheme is the cheapest in the country and for the amount of training and experience you will receive it is an absolute steal for any student or semi professional who wants to get the very most out of their career. So act quickly to secure your spot for this prestigious 5-day camp.

The BWC 5-day training camp will be held at the BWC credited House of Pain school in Nottingham:
House of Pain Address:
Victor House
Crocus Street
– Which is right around the corner from Nottingham Rail Station.

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