Real Canadian Wrestling is bringing their "Saddle Up" event to Strathmore on Friday night.

The event begins at 7:30 p.m. inside of the Strathmore AG Pavilion, and will feature wrestlers such as Harlan Abbott, Jay Blast, Tommy Billington, Mo Jabari, Ava Lawless, Steven Styles, and Moondog Manson.

Steve Hurley, another wrestler performing at the event, said that this is one of four shows playing in Strathmore, with each event spread about two months apart. Their last show in Strathmore was back in May.

"We've got some old school type wrestling, a lot of hard hitting and good guy/bad guy type scenarios. We also have the high-flying younger guys doing backflips and all sorts of crazy moves off the top rope. It's a very high energy, very interactive show for the crowd," said Hurley. "We've got two and a half hours of basically nonstop action."

The event is for all ages, with the next show coming to the town on September 17. 

Hurley said that he'll be performing in a tag team grudge match against his rival, Moondog Manson.

"I was first introduced to Moondog Manson about 26 years ago, and he's kind of a hardcore specialist. He's teaming up with a young up and coming wrestler," said Hurley. "He actually interfered in one of the matches causing my partner to lose in Drumheller just last weekend, so this is more of a revenge match this week."

For those that attend RCW shows across the area, or even just those in Strathmore, audience members can expect to see recurring plot lines revolving around the wrestlers.

"At the same time, we're always bringing in fresh new talent and doing different things and changing it up, surprising the crowd a little bit, and everybody goes home happy or disappointed, whoever they're cheering for," added Hurley.

Hurley added that RCW received a warm reception for their May show. 

"This is a family focused show. We really strive to put on a professional show with no profanity and we want to cater to all ages and have everyone that spends their hard-earned money coming to the show to enjoy it and come home feeling happy."

Tickets for RCW's "Saddle Up" show is available on Eventbrite, with general tickets costing $20 in advance, and $25 at the door.