Guardian Angels Headed to Thunder Bay

Guardian Angels
Guardian Angels are getting going in Thunder Bay.
Guardian Angels are heading to Thunder Bay.
Guardian Angels are heading to Thunder Bay.

Vampiro Promised to Help Clean Up Thunder Bay

THUNDER BAY – Ian Hodgkinson has traveled the world. The professional wrestler Vampiro last wrestled in Thunder Bay cheered on by a huge following from Gull Bay First Nation at the Fort William Gardens, is heading home to Thunder Bay.

Hodgkinson also known internationally as Vampiro – internationally recognized wrestling champion, who is now Head of the Guardian Angels organization in Mexico City. In May 2010 Hodgkinson was in Gull Bay to share his story of his transition – from angel, to devil, To hero – and how drugs continue to effect his decisions.

There the first Chapter of the Guardian Angels was formed in Canada.

Now, Hodgkinson is set to open a chapter in Thunder Bay starting up in January 2015.

“I have been a member of the Guardian Angels for the past 12 years and I have seen extremely strange, and extremely violent situations, but more than anything I have seen the amazing results of the positive work we do in communities worldwide,” shares Hodgkinson. “I have been walking the streets of Mexico City with the GUARDIAN ANGELS for the last 11 years and we have encountered extreme brutal violence, corrupt police, the worst corrupt government in the world, and just an air of desperation. But once we dug deep and set our hooks into the community we were able to complete miracles!”

Speaking with NetNewsLedger, Ian says, “I am moving back to Thunder Bay in December and I will be using Thunder Bay as the base for all Guardian Angel’s activity in Canada. Right off the bat I will be organizing self-defence programs for women and anti-bullying programs for all of the schools in Thunder Bay”.

“I am talking to the mayor and also the police department. One of my partners is a Thunder Bay Police officer, and we are opening a martial arts center in Thunder Bay”, adds Hodgkinson.

“I am very aware of the problems that are arising as I have been studying and have been in contact with many people,” shares Hodgkinson. “I know about the abuse of prescription drugs, the suicide rate, and obviously the personal safety issues that people feel well going in the street. Petty theft, muggings, abuse, sexual abuse, the fear of being attacked exists and I understand this very well, and unfortunately today it is a part of our lives”.

Hodgkinson states, “But I can only guarantee and promise that there will be changes, and we can fix this problem very quick if you support the GUARDIAN ANGEL project. I mean,if we cleaned up New York, we, you and me, can and will help Thunder Bay!”

“I have been involved in very hard-core situations throughout New York City, Los Angeles, and of course Mexico City. I need you to help me get the word out in Thunderbay that I am on my way with this project. As we speak I am creating a Facebook page to start a community in Thunderbay and get everybody on board.”

Sharing, “I have the award of excellence from the Gov. Gen. of Canada for my work with the guardian angels here in Latin America. So, Let me know what you know about us so I can get you the information, and let me know what you think would be the be the best way to go about this.”

You can find out more on the Guardian Angels Facebook Page.

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