WhiteWolf Wrestling: Invencibles Show Review/Travelogue

Added by Mark Buckeldee

I’m lucky enough to be in a situation where I can afford to travel abroad to watch wrestling. It began 10 years ago with a trip to Orlando for WrestleMania 24. This year I decided to combine a weekend break in Europe with a wrestling show in a different country. My choice was was White […]

Matches For The Next PWG Show ‘Smokey And The Bandido’ (19/10) Announced

Added by Stuart Rodgers

After an awesome sounding Battle of Los Angeles, listen to the audio reviews from Brian Da Brain and read all the reviews from Daniel DeMarco right here on the site. So, onto the matches for the next show on October 19th: Three-Way Match: Flamita vs Rey Horus vs Puma King Brody King vs Timothy Thatcher Darby […]

Graps and Claps Reviews – TIDAL Wrestling ‘FLABBERGASTED’!

Added by Andrew Ogden

Hello and welcome everyone to another edition of Graps and Claps taking me this time on a midweek journey to Leeds for Tidal Wrestling’s Flabbergasted where the premise of the show’s matches were all a bit of a mystery apart from one mixed tag team match where the combatants had been announced. Taking the packed […]

PWG Battle Of Los Angeles 2018 Night 3 (16/9) Review

Added by Daniel DeMarco

The 2018 Battle of Los Angeles was on its way to arguably being the best BOLA in Pro Wrestling Guerrilla’s history. Night 1 and Night 2 before it were two all-time great BOLA shows. It was not just one or two matches that fans could not stop reminiscing about — discussing and dissecting bests and […]


Added by Andrew Ogden

Hello and welcome everyone once again to Graps and Claps, this time taking me on a short trip to Stockport for Futureshock Wrestling Uproar 102 taking place at the Masonic Guildhall. Arriving into Stockport at 3 p.m I made my way to the regular haunt of The Petersgate Tap to meet up with the Graps […]

Promoters: If You Want To See More Women’s Wrestling, BOOK IT!

Added by Sarah Parkin

Image used with permission from @OliRingside Wrestling fans love complaining their favourites don’t get pushed. It’s all half of Twitter does, and if you’re as sick of Dolph Ziggler as I am then it’s probably wearing thin. When it comes to female wrestlers, though, the distinct shortage of opportunities relative to their male peers makes […]