Rampage Brown has announced his first week-long training camp in Manchester this November.
The former WOS Wrestling Champion – widely regarded as one of the best wrestlers in Europe – will host five days of training for both beginners and more experienced trainees from November 25 to 29 2019.
The camp will be held at the Manchester Wrestling Academy, Unit 70, Temperance St, Manchester, M12 6HU and costs just £165 to sign up.
Bookings are being taken now at Rampage’s brand new website https://www.rampagebrown.com/
The camp will cover basic fundamentals, body control, timing and co-ordination, bumps and rolls, fitness and nutrition, match structure, ring psychology, character work – and students will also have the chance to wrestle an actual match in front of Rampage and receive feedback.
Rampage, a 20-year pro who has worked for WWE and Impact Wrestling, and held titles in major UK promotions including PROGRESS, NGW, ICW, PCW and Defiant, has been endorsed by some of the biggest names in the wrestling industry.
“For any aspiring wrestler I can tell you that there is no better coach out there than Rampage Brown,” said Drake Maverick, WWE superstar.
“You will learn the intricate fundamentals of our industry, gain mental toughness and respect but most of all you will have fun in learning this amazing craft. Rampage pulls no punches in his approach to teaching and for an honest introduction to professional wrestling you won’t find a more respected coach, trainer and mentor.”
And Nick Aldis, two-time NWA World’s Heavyweight Champion, said: “I’ve known Rampage Brown for over a decade and he is one of the most reliable and fundamentally sound wrestlers Britain has ever produced. He can wrestle anyone and make it an exciting and believable contest and that’s why any young aspiring pro wrestler would be wise to train with him.”
Rampage is also offering a new Skype mentoring service where he will give budding wrestlers advice and critique their matches via Skype. For information go to https://www.rampagebrown.com/skype-mentoring
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