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Wrestling entertainment comes to Pakistan

Updated May 19, 2017 02:03am

More than two dozen professional wrestlers, including former fighters from US conglomerate World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), took part in Pakistan's first ever international professional wrestling competition. The event kick started on Wednesday.

Here are some photos from what was an exciting, fun-filled night for Karachi's wrestling fans.

Professional wrestler Angel's Bombita lifts opponent Audrey Bride.
Professional wrestler Angel's Bombita lifts opponent Audrey Bride.

Professional wrestler Aaron Rammy fights with his opponent Adam Flex Maxted.
Professional wrestler Aaron Rammy fights with his opponent Adam Flex Maxted.

Professional wrestler Audrey Bride (top) fights with her opponents Betty Trash (L) and Angel's Bombita.
Professional wrestler Audrey Bride (top) fights with her opponents Betty Trash (L) and Angel's Bombita.

Pakistani wrestling fans react as they watch a fight during the show in Karachi.
Pakistani wrestling fans react as they watch a fight during the show in Karachi.

Professional wrestler Tiny Iron (L) lifts opponents Fury (top R) and Tango Tim.
Professional wrestler Tiny Iron (L) lifts opponents Fury (top R) and Tango Tim.

Pakistani wrestler Baadshah Pehalwan Khan (C) holds a national flag as he reacts to the fans during the opening ceremony of the Pro Wrestling Entertainment show.
Pakistani wrestler Baadshah Pehalwan Khan (C) holds a national flag as he reacts to the fans during the opening ceremony of the Pro Wrestling Entertainment show.