Wrestling Travel founder Lee McAteer raises money for charity during live interview with the BBC

January 15th, 2018

Invasion Camp Group co-founder, discusses Wrestling Travel and his other brands live on BBC TV and BBC Radio.

Invasion Camp Group co-founder Lee McAteer pulled up a seat with the BBC, to give the low-down on Wrestling Travel.

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With a selection of Camps in countries such as America, Canada, Thailand and South Africa already in the place, as well as trips to Europe, the brand gives fans of top-rope rough and tumble the chance to pack their bags and head to some of the world’s ultimate wrestling events.


The iconic brand of sports-entertainment continues to churn out a legendary catalogue of heroes and villains, with the likes of John Cena, Roman Reigns, A.J. Styles, The Miz and The Rock flooding television and film screens the world-over.


With each character, comes a trademark catch phrase, a detail not lost on McAteer and Ross Alcock, who too has emerged as a major contributor in the company’s burgeoning success of. Post-interview, McAteer made a surprising admission: “After a friend told me he would give money to charity for every iconic phrase I could get away with live on the show, it would have been rude not to give it a go as it was for a great cause, so I got in as many as I could; the difficulty of course was making it look like I was speaking normally but with famous wrestling phrases. I’m glad that some money is going to a charity of my choice.


With packages for the Japanese Wrestling market in the pipeline, as well as a lengthy waiting list for places on Wrestling Travel’s trip to WrestleMania 35 in 2019, it seems ‘it doesn’t matter’ what some sceptics may think – McAteer and Alcock’s ascent to the top turnbuckle is gathering momentum, with this tag-team laying the Smack Down on the competition.


Watch the video and see how many quotes you can spot from the BBC interview; the question is do you have the knowledge of a wrestling heavyweight or a light heavyweight?


For more information on Wrestling Travel visit www.WrestlingTravel.org or call 0161 312 3459.