“Loose Cannon” Kenny Lush and North Delta’s Kyle O’Reilly wrestle outside the ring during All Star Wrestling’s June 9 match in Cloverdale. File Photo/Grace Kennedy.

Wrestling show premiere comes Thursday night in Kelowna

Canadian Wrestling Elite make’s its 17th stop in 38 straight days

Canadian Wrestling Elite hits Kelowna Thursday night.

The 10 year anniversary tour dubbed A Decade of Dominance makes it’s 17th stop in its 30 straight days of touring at the East Kelowna Community Hall.

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“The Okanagan is still a growing fan base,” said CWE owner-operator Danny Warren. “But it keeps growing by the day. Whether we get a big crowd or a little crowd, people will come back for the next show and they’ll bring new (fans).”

Tag team matches, CWE championship match, women’s wrestling match and a four corner survival match are some of the main features in the CWE’s largest tour yet.

The tour covers five provinces, and included first-time stops in Vancouver and Toronto.

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The CWE show made addition stops in Penticton and Vernon.

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