TNA IMPACT WRESTLING Star Mark Andrews To Tour The UK… Twice!

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    London (Sunday July 26, 2015): Wrestling and music fans are in for a treat, as TNA IMPACT WRESTLING’s high-flying Star Mark Andrews today announces his pop-punk band Junior are to tour the UK.

    Junior – who have been compared to Blink 182, All Time Low and Neck Deep – will play dates around the country in August, including shows in Telford, Birmingham, Cambridge, Brighton, Bournemouth and Mark’s hometown of Cardiff.

    The 23-year-old will then visit the UK again in January 2016 as part of the huge TNA MAXIMUM IMPACT 8 Tour. Mark will star on arena shows in Manchester, London and Birmingham alongside wrestling icons including Kurt Angle, Matt Hardy, Lashley, Bobby Roode, Eric Young, Taryn Terrell and TNA World Heavyweight Champion EC3.

    Tickets for the TNA MAXIMUM IMPACT 8 Tour, including an exclusive new VIP experience, are on sale NOW via and

    More details and ticket information for THE ROAD TO JUNIORLAND TOUR can be found at

    Mark started playing music at 12-years-old, just one year before he began wrestling – and has achieved incredible success in both.

    The bassist/vocalist formed Junior in January 2014 with fellow Welshmen Matt Attard (21) and Si Martin (24). The band has won over fans and critics alike thanks to a dynamic, mature sound – with anticipation building for the September release of the JUNIORLAND EP.

    In January 2015, after seven years travelling Europe and America on the independent wrestling scene, Mark won the Challenge TV series TNA Wrestling: British Boot Camp 2 and a full-time IMPACT WRESTLING contract. He now lives in Ohio, but the distance hasn’t stopped the band releasing both original music and cover versions.

    Mark said: “Touring with wrestling, and performing in front of different crowds, is my favourite thing to do. I love being part of the big arena shows in the UK with TNA. But I also enjoy the independent scene – spending 10 weeks in a foreign country sleeping on floors.

    “This will be the first time I get to tour as a musician, so I’m really excited for the new experience. I'm hoping we can attract some of my wrestling fans to come and check out our music, as I know the TNA UK wrestling fanbase is an incredibly loyal one!”


    Saturday August 8 Telford – The Haygate

    Monday August 10 Birmingham – The Victoria

    Wednesday August 12 Cambridge – The Cornerhouse

    Saturday August 15 Cardiff – Buffalo Bar (acoustic show)

    Sunday August 16 Brighton – The Hope and Run

    Monday August 17 Bournemouth – The Anvil

    Wednesday August 19 Cardiff – Undertone



    Friday 29 January, 2016 Manchester Arena


    Saturday 30 January, 2016 London The SSE Arena Wembley

    Sunday 31 January, 2016 Birmingham Barclaycard Arena


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