‘Primate’ Jason Prime will take on your NGW Undisputed Champion Nathan Cruz on February 20th when New Generation Wrestling present “Live In Stoke” from the Biddulph Valley Leisure Centre.
Joseph Conners is the latest participate to be entered into New Generation Wrestling’s Destiny Rumble Match which will take place at “Destiny” from the Liverpool Olympia, Liverpool on February 21st. Others that have already been entered are Matt Myers, Mark Haskins and Joe Hendry. We will also see NGW Undisputed Champion Nathan Cruz team with ‘Liverpool’s No.1’ Zack Gibson to take on the team of Rampage Brown & Mark Haskins.
NWA: Fight! Nation will present “Destination: Fight!” live from the Atlantis Nightclub, Eastbourne on February 27th where we shall see; former TNA Star Gunner in action, The BroMans (TNA’s Robbie E & DJ Z take on Liquid Dreams (Jakey & Brucey), NWA British Champion ‘The Villain’ Marty Scurll will defend his title against international sensation and our very own Doug Williams and finally ECW Legend ‘The Franchise’ Shane Douglas will be coming to the company to go one-on-one with Joel Redman.
Money Benjamin and Ritmo will both make their GWA debuts against each other when they meet at Grimsby Wrestling Alliance’s “Influx” show, held at The Warehouse on February 6th. Also scheduled will be; Alex Parker vs TimberWolfe, The Reapers (Hammer & Havoc) vs Tyler Devlin & Scotty Rawk, the Influx Open Battle Royal and Tom Weaver will challenge Simon Lancaster for the GWA Championship.
The ATTACK! 24/7 Champion Pete Dunne will defend his title against ‘Wild Boar’ Mike Hitchman at ATTACK! Pro Wrestling’s upcoming “Wrestling To Make Love 2” show, which takes place at Cathays Community Centre, Cardiff on February 14th. However as it’s a 24/7 rule, Dunne will have to stay alert just in case someone else wants to challenge for his Championship.
Target Wrestling have announced the first match for their SOLD OUT Carlisle show which will be held at The Venue on February 20th and will see James Scott defend his High Octane Champion against Kenny Williams & Shady Nattrass in a Triple Threat Match plus we will see the former ECW/TNA/WWE Legend Tommy Dreamer also in attendance.
Damian Dunne taking on Chris Ridgeway is the latest addition to Just Do Wrestling’s “The Temple Of Do” event that takes place from the Windle Labour Club, St Helens on February 7th. Matches already signed for the night will see; Toni Storm teaming with Lizzy Styles to take on Lana Austin & Carmen Rose, ‘Liverpool’s No.1’ Zack Gibson & Dan Evans will battle Dem Tellin Boys in a Tables Match and both T-Bone & Jack Gallagher will challenge Bubblegum for the Just Do Championship in a Triple Threat Match.
The Massive Party (Chuck Cyrus & Scotty Essex) will be in action as they take on Eddie Dennis & Alex Steele in the Chaos Tag Team Tournament Semi-Finals at Pro Wrestling Chaos“Everyone Must Stand Alone” show that will take place at The BAWA Club, Bristol on February 6th. We will also see; Gideon vs Big Grizzly, Grado vs Mike Bird, Pete Dunne vs Johnny Kidd, ‘Flash’ Morgan Webster vs Panda Cub, your King Of Chaos Champion ‘Wild Boar’ Mike Hitchman will take on #1 Contender Jeckel and Trever Lee will also be in action.
The South Pacific Power Couple (TK Cooper & Dahlia Black) will take on ‘Flash’ Morgan Webster & Pollyanna in the first ever Mixed Tag Team Match at PROGRESS Wrestling’s “Chapter 26: Unknown Pleasures” from The O2 Ritz, Manchester on February 14th. Cooper hit Pollyanna with the South Pacific Power Punch at “ENDVR: 14” and “Chapter 25” which caused her to lose both matches and will be looking for revenge.
PROGRESS are happy to announce that NXT’s Leva ‘Blue Pants’ Bates will be making her debut for the company when she takes on Jinny at “ENDVR:15” on March 13th from The Garage, Islington, London.
Pollyanna defending her Plex British Women’s Championship against Ruby Summers and Oliver Peace in singles competition against Shane Stevens are the latest additions to Plex Wrestling’s “Dodge, Duck, Dip, Dive & Dodge” event which will take place at Connaught Leisure Centre, Aldershot on February 21st. There will also be a Triple Threat Match between Damian Dunne, Martin Kirby & The Lion Kid and Chris Brookes will hope to become the new Plex British Champion when he takes on Jonny Storm.
Revolution Pro Wrestling have already started to assemble incredible show called “Live At The Cockpit 6” from The Cockpit, London on February 6th which will feature; ‘The Villain’ Marty Scurll facing EVOLVE Champion Timothy Thatcher, Colt Cobana will continue his feud with ‘Lord’ Gideon Grey, RPW British Cruiserweight Champion Pete Dunne will battle GFW (Global Force Wrestling) NEX*GEN Champion Sonjay Dutt and RPW British Heavyweight Champion Zack Sabre Jr. will face Will Ospreay in a Non-Title Match.
They’re also assembling an equally awesome April show “Epic Encounter” which will take place from the Rivermead Leisure Complex, Reading on the 16th and have already announced the following to appear; Zack Sabre Jr., Will Ospreay, Big Damo, ‘The Villain’ Marty Scurll and the return of Roderick Strong and ‘Unbreakable’ Michael Elgin.
BWE: British Wrestling Entertainment started their first show of 2016 with a bang, when they presented “RE:LOADED” from the Denison Hall, Leeds this past Sunday and what a show they put on for the fans which included some of the best UK wrestling talent out there at the moment.
Here are the results of the evening; Alexander Henry went to a double count out finish when he went toe-to-toe with David Graves, JG Nash was able to get the pin over Rocky Future after hitting a impressive F5, ‘The Armbar Superstar’ Dan James was able to keep hold of his Testing Ground Cup against ‘The Ugandan Warrior’ Nsereko and ‘The Dapper Grappler’ Josh Alden who decided that he would get involved and make it a Triple Threat Match, Ruby Summers who was ready to face the winner of the Gauntlet Match was then attacked by former BWE Bombshells Champion Lana Austin and Little Miss Roxxy (making her in-ring debut) in what would be a Triple Threat but changed to a Tag Team Match when Natalie Wild (making her debut) would make the save and then team with Summers who would pick up the win, El Ligero & Liam Lazarus would team to take on the BWE Tag Team Champions Drake & Dragon in a Tag Match with the titles not on the line and with the stipulation that if they could pin the champs then whoever got the pin would then meet ‘Primate’ Jason Prime for the BWE Championship in the Main Event later on. Liam would secure the win for his team however it came after Ligero sacrificed himself when he pushed Liam out of the way of been hit in the face with the title belt but was hit instead. Prime stated to Liam in the Main Event that he shouldn’t have to face him again as he’s already beaten him before but did say that Liam can use weapons if it would help him and If he was unable to pin the champ then he wouldn’t get another shot at the title. The end came when Drake & Dragon and Alexander Henry (he with Prime are The New Nation) came to ringside detracting the ref which helped Prime pull the pretending to be hit in the face trick which was made famous by the late great Eddie Guerrero. When the ref turned back around he saw Liam with the belt in his hands, Prime on his back in the middle of the ring and called for a disqualification which meant Jason Prime was still BWE Champion and Liam Lazarus would no longer be able to challenge for the title.
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