The world’s premier pulling action will also air in the Caribbean, Australia, New Zealand and elsewhere in that neck of the Pacific.
The World Armwrestling League continues its global ascent with the announcement that the 2015 series, viewed by millions in America, will soon spread to other parts of the arm-wrestling-loving world! Through ESPN networks and affiliate partners, the WAL’s blistering 2015 campaign--comprised of the regional finals and championship tournaments in the light, mid, heavy and super heavyweight classes--will soon be on TV in South America and Central America! The world’s premier pulling action will also air in the Caribbean, Australia, New Zealand and elsewhere in that neck of the Pacific.
“Arm-wrestling is a universal sport, enjoyed by men and women around the planet,” WAL Chief Operating Officer Ben Murray said. “The expansion into these new markets is just another way to give viewers the WAL that they want.”
This growth comes on the heels of the announcement that WAL will host a mammoth European qualifier this November across the UK and the continent!
Stay tuned! More details are coming regarding airings in these corners of the globe and many more!
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Anton van der Westhuizen (NZ) vs Rik Kamana (AUS)
The 2015 Arm Battle Series - Fitness Expo had its first international right hand match between New Zealand and Australia. Rik was not fully fit and the NZAF applaud Rik for taking up this challenge.
John Leach(NZ) vs Rik Kamana (AUS)
The 2015 Arm Battle Series - Fitness Expo had its first international left hand match between New Zealand and Australia.
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