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Irish Star Delighted With WWE Deal

cabrayWorld Wrestling Entertainment has today secured the services of two Irish wrestling talents on developmental deals.

Joe Cabray and Rachel Walker, two veterans of the Irish ring are set to move to Florida to begin the next chapter of their wrestling career, following in the footsteps of Dubliner Sheamus, who is a two time WWE champion. Continue reading

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No Limit Wrestling Brings Bank Holiday Beatdown To Naas

Why The Moat?

by Jamie Colman – No Limit Wrestling promoter

I often get asked, “why do you always promote your main shows in the Moat Theatre in Naas?” Usually Dublin fans ask because they wonder why the shows aren’t in the Capital. Well, The Moat Theatre has become the ‘NLW Arena’ in a lot of ways.

The first No Limit Wrestling show in the Moat was way back in September 2006. Since then, we have returned there several times a year. We have a fan base there and new fans come all the time. It’s a theatre, so the production values we can offer are far superior to what we could offer in a GAA hall for example. The theatre is not over-sized. It offers an intimate setting, which makes the experience far better for both fan and performer.

Note to Dublin fans: Naas is only a short distance away from the ‘Big Smoke’. The N7 brings you directly into Naas in less than half an hour, and with more and more bus services nowadays, there’s no excuses.

Coming up on Monday 7th May, we present ‘Bank Holiday Beatdown’ from The Moat Theatre in Naas. This will be the second visit this year to the theatre. At the last show titled ‘New Year Bash’ in January, “Suicide Machine” Paddy Morrow became the NLW Champion. It haunted Morrow for years not becoming Champion. He missed every opportunity he had and people told him he didn’t “look” like a Heavyweight Champion and that while in the ring, his talent was probably the best in the country, chances are he could never become NLW Champion. He proved the critics wrong on January 22nd 2012 when he pinned Dunkan Disorderly for the Championship and the loyal fans in the Moat Theatre almost blew the roof off the place with applause. Morrow must defend the title on May 7th, and prove he isn’t just a fluke champion. With challengers lining up however, Paddy’s title reign could be short lived.

If you feel like checking out our Bank Holiday Beatdown show on Monday May 7th, call the Moat Box Office to book tickets (seating is reserved so early booking is advised to choose best seats) on 045-883030. Tickets are €12 and showtime is 3.00pm on the day.

For a feel of what our shows are like inside the Moat Theatre check out the highlights of our 5th Anniversary show last September.

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