For wrestling fans around the world April 1st represents the biggest night in sports entertainment as the WWE and Vince McMahon bring us the 28th instalment of 'the grandest stage of them all' WrestleMania.
Now wrestling fans in Britain will be able to enjoy much more than just the offering from the WWE. That is because on the same day that WrestleMania takes place a host of British promotions will get together to put on the biggest ever wrestling show in the UK BritWres-Fest 2012.
The American imports of WWE, WCW, ECW and TNA have dominated our television screens for the past couple of decades but there is a crop of young British stars making a name for themselves State side.
A host of UK grapplers are currently plying their trade in wrestlings big two companies including names such as Wade Barrett, Drew McIntyre, Magnus, Doug Williams, Rob Terry and Mason Ryan as well as former WWE Champion Irish wrestler Sheamus.
There are now a whole host of British wrestling promotions in Britain and popping down to one of your local shows could be a great way of seeing some of the stars of the future whilst also enjoying a good nights entertainment at the same time.
As British TNA star Magnus told us when we spoke to him a few months back:"There is lots of great talent all over this country and I would encourage people to go out and see more UK Indy shows.
"I was in a match once in Skegness teaming up with Drew McIntyre and Wade Barrett taking on Shamus, Gangrel and Rene Dupree before any of us had made it big - at the time people would have thought it was just a bunch of wrestlers, if people who were there think back about that match now, they saw six guys who made it to the top."
The BritWrest-Fest show on April 1st could be a perfect way of getting down to your first UK wrestling show if you have never been to one before and seeing some of the stars of tomorrow.
One of the guys behind BritWres-Fest, former British star turned promoter Alex Shane said: "We've got an amazing venue and a great link with Great Ormond Street hospital that has meant we can put all of this together.
"There will be eight different British promotions all contributing a match, it's free for people to attend with a small cost for ringside tickets. It's an awesome opportunity for us and the American companies can't help but notice us, and everybody is realising something his happening in Britain.
"This is our chance to show, without a single American on the card, how good the quality of the wrestling is, and I believe hands down that this will be the best shows in the country because everybody will get there game faces on."
So who are some of the top British stars we should be looking out for as the next big thing?
"Going to a British wrestling show now you can guarantee you'll see the next star, some of the guys on the UK scene now will be the big guys of the future," Shane continued. "I've worked with a lot of the top American wrestlers such as CM Punk, Samoa Joe and AJ Styles as a promotor bringing them over to the UK so I've got a good eye for what makes a good wrestler and performer.
"I think some of the top British guys to look out for that you could very well soon see in either TNA or WWE are Leroy Kincaide and he would fit right in with either of those two companies. RJ Singh is a brilliant ambassador for wrestling in this country, David Deville has come a long way in such a short space of time. I feel really bad because there are so many people I should mention, just come and have a look for yourselves."
If you are a fan of professional wrestling and have just watched either WWE or TNA on television, make sure you get along to some UK shows, and you never know, you may see a WWE or TNA world champion in the making.
For more information on BritWres-Fest 2012 visit www.wrestlingwithethics.com and for more information on Alex Shane visit www.alexshane.org
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