A daredevil female wrestler will appear in Morecambe this Sunday (December 7) on a day that could change her life forever.
Kay Lee Ray is one of three British wrestlers vying for a contract with United States-based TNA Impact Wrestling on the reality TV show ‘British Boot Camp 2’.
The finals of British Boot Camp will air on Challenge TV on Sunday night at 9pm, just hours after the flame-haired Glaswegian wrestles at the historic Winter Gardens theatre by the seaside.
British Boot Camp, wrestling’s answer to The X Factor, has seen UK wrestlers aim to impress a judging panel of American superstars.
A huge field of hopefuls has been whittled down to just three, one being Kay Lee, who works as a carer in her day job outside wrestling.
The high-flying Scot recently travelled to America to wrestle Gail Kim, a six-time world champion. Footage from this bout will be shown on this Sunday’s episode when the winner of the show will be announced. In the meantime, Kay Lee will square off with three other fighting females Nikki Storm, Lana Austin and Viper, in a ‘four-way’ match at Morecambe.
Other matches at the PAID Promotions ‘Fightmare Before Christmas’ show include an eight-man elimination main event.
A team captained by ‘Heavyweight House of Pain’ Stixx and featuring fan favourites Dave Mastiff, El Ligero and Ricky J McKenzie, will battle a quartet captained by British Heavyweight Champion ‘One Man Riot’ Craig Kollins, who is managed by the self-professed ‘Mr Morecambe’, Greg ‘The Truth’ Lambert.
‘The Villain’ Marty Scurll, host of Challenge TV’s wrestling chat show WrestleTalk TV, will also fight on the bill against masked sensation The Lion Kid. Joey Hayes and ‘Delicious’ Danny Hope will take on The Referendum in tag team action and bitter rivals ‘Dangerous’ Damon Leigh and ‘Mr Big’ Shaun Vasey will duel in a match where the winner is the first to put his opponent through a table!
Doors 4pm. Suitable for all the family.
Tickets available from HERE or from Studio Bronze on Queen Street, Morecambe.