Crikey! Steve Irwin to Replace Siegfried & Roy?

 

 

Steve Irwin

Australia’s most-daring export, Steve Irwin (“The Crocodile Hunter”) left his native Beerway, Queensland for Los Angeles – he hopes to prove his chops to take Las Vegas.

 

At a press conference today, Mr. Irwin began his crocodile wrestling and taipan taming show in LA to audition a possible long-term $66 million-plus extravaganza show in Las Vegas.

 

Reports say “Las Vegas is desperate for a showman like the khaki-clad Crocodile Hunter” because such a “huge void was left on the strip when Roy Horn, of the famous lion taming magicians, Siegfried and Roy, was attacked and critically injured by a white tiger on stage in 2003 – forcing the show to close.”

 

The Croc Hunter’s shows in LA will be part of the Australia Week Festival while he continues meetings with money people – including unnamed casinos – about setting up the show on or off the strip.

 

If Irwin – already a multi-millionaire through his TV documentary shows, zoo and feature film – strikes a deal with a major casino it would easily make him one of Australia’s richest entertainers.

 

Read more about the move from Down-Under to Over-The-Top here.

 

 

Steve Irwin

Australia’s most-daring export, Steve Irwin (“The Crocodile Hunter”) left his native Beerway, Queensland for Los Angeles – he hopes to prove his chops to take Las Vegas.

 

At a press conference today, Mr. Irwin began his crocodile wrestling and taipan taming show in LA to audition a possible long-term $66 million-plus extravaganza show in Las Vegas.

 

Reports say “Las Vegas is desperate for a showman like the khaki-clad Crocodile Hunter” because such a “huge void was left on the strip when Roy Horn, of the famous lion taming magicians, Siegfried and Roy, was attacked and critically injured by a white tiger on stage in 2003 – forcing the show to close.”

 

The Croc Hunter’s shows in LA will be part of the Australia Week Festival while he continues meetings with money people – including unnamed casinos – about setting up the show on or off the strip.

 

If Irwin – already a multi-millionaire through his TV documentary shows, zoo and feature film – strikes a deal with a major casino it would easily make him one of Australia’s richest entertainers.

 

Read more about the move from Down-Under to Over-The-Top here.

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