Glasgow Pro Wrestling Asylum have added the first three matches to their “Night At The Asylum 2” show that will take place from The Asylum, Glasgow on Friday, April 1st as we will see Flex Hunter in singles competition with Soldato, Khifie West faces his toughest opponent yet when he takes on Jack Jester and a Mixed Tag Team Match featuring Red Lightning & Molly Spartan taking on the team of ICW Zero-G Champion Davey Boy and his partner Kasey Owens.
Gene Munny and ‘The Punjabi Prince’ Malik are the latest stars to be added to Exposure Wrestling Entertainment’s “LuchaMania” which will be held at the Pi Millennium Centre, Newport on Sunday, April 3rd. They will join; The Fabulous Bakewells, The Lion Kid, Dragonita, Nina Samuels, Nadia Sapphire, Ayesha Ray and Luchador legend, one and only Juventud Guerrera.
Discovery Wrestling will present their next event from The Jam House, Edinburgh on Sunday, April 10th and will see; Joe Hendry taking on Lou King Sharp and two others who haven’t been announced yet in a 4-Way Elimination Match to determine the new #1 Contender, Interim DW Y Champion Lewis Givan will defend his title against Aspen Faith and Joe Coffey will be in singles competition against Jay Lethal for his ROH World Championship.
Great Bear Promotions have added even more matches to their “Battle Kingdom IV” event which takes place at the Middlewich Town Hall, Middlewich on Saturday, March 26th as we will see Toni Storm against Violet Vendetta, Martin Kirby against Soner Durson and Tyler Bate will take on Jack Gallagher, both in singles competition. In the Main Event we will see Josh Bodom challenging for the GBP Grand Championship when he faces Axel Dieter Jr.
Ultimate Pro Wrestling will present “Gut Check” from The Riviera Hotel, Waymouth on Saturday, March 26th where we will see; Pollyanna vs Jamie Hayter, a 3-Way Match between Jeckel, Big Grizzly & Scotty Essex, The Bruce will take on James Castle in a #1 Contenders Match and Marty Scurll will defend his UPW World Heavyweight Championship against The Lion Kid.
Speaking of UPW, they announced last week that at their “Battle Of Honor” show which takes place at The Riviera Hotel, Weymouth on Friday, April 15th we will see Charlie Garrett, Shanna and ROH stars, ACH & Donovan Dijak.
*This section contains spoilers from the world of TNA Wrestling*
On April 9th at the Action Indoor Sports Arena in Bristol, UK- Pro Wrestling Chaos presents ‘Heir 2 The Throne’- one of the biggest pro wrestling showcases all year. In an international first, both the TNA and ROH World Title holders will be defending their belts on the same show with TNA World Champion, Drew Galloway taking on British wrestling stand out ‘The Pride of Wales’ Eddie Dennis and ROH World Champion, Jay Lethal battling ‘White Lightning’ Mark Andrews in an all star dream match.
Drew Galloway recently won the TNA World Championship on globally aired television show IMPACT WRESTLING defeating former long time WWE superstar Matt Hardy. He has declared that he is going to take his Title all over the world to defend it.
Jay Lethal has held the Ring of Honor World Championship with distinction since winning it at ROH’s ‘Best in the World’ pay-per-view in June 2015. Since then he has defended the belt all around the globe, including in Japan in front of 30,000 people. Pro Wrestling Chaos Promoter Rob Clark stated: “To have both the TNA and ROH Championships defended on the same show will be an amazing spectacle worthy of gracing any venue in the world and we’re so proud to be able to bring this showpiece to Bristol.”
Also on the show, two of Britain’s best take their near-2 year feud to another level as El Ligero and ‘Flying’ Mike Bird go at it in a chaotic Falls Count Anywhere contest and on top of all that, the Pro Wrestling Chaos champion Wild Boar defends his title in a no-holds barred, Tables Match against number one contender, Jeckel. Further information about this event can be found on the Pro Wrestling Chaos Facebook page (facebook.com/prowrestlingchaos) tickets available now via
Fight Club: PRO presented their “Rise Against” show from a packed out Planet Nightclub, Wolverhampton this past Friday where we were treated to an awesome night of wrestling. Here is what happened; Tyler Bate won his 3-Way Match after beating Chris Brookes & Chuck Taylor, The team of ‘Wild Boar’ Mike Hitchman & Dan Moloney won their match with Nixon Newell & Mike Bird (need to point out that MK McKinnan interfered in the match), Pete Dunne was able to get past Dave Mastiff for the win, Trent Seven chalked up a win over Travis Banks, The Hunter Brothers (Jim & Lee Hunter) won their match with KYS (Fight Club: PRO Champion MK McKinnan & Damian Dunne) and Clint Margera came out on top when he defeated Rickey Shane Page in a Death Match.
This weekend will see PROGRESS Wrestling host “Chapter 27: The Lost Art Of Suffering” from The Electric Ballroom, Camden, London on Sunday, March 27th and what a card they have put together for the fans who will be excited to witness some amazing wrestling.
Here is the card; Jack Gallagher vs Johnny Kidd, ‘Pastor’ William Eaver vs Damian Dunne in the 1st of the Natural PROGRESSion Series Semi-Finals, The Sumerian Death Squad (Tommy End & Michael Dante) vs The London Riots (Rob Lynch & James Davis) in a TLC Match with the stipulation of, losing team MUST disband and NEVER team again in a PROGRESS ring, Zack Sabre Jr & Tommaso Ciampa will hope to become the new Tag Team Champions when they challenge The Origin (‘The Mexican Sensation’ El Ligero & Nathan Cruz) and finally Marty Scurll will defend his Championship in the THUNDERBASTARD Match against Will Ospreay, Mark Andrews, Rampage Brown, Eddie Dennis, Paul Robinson, Mark Haskins, ‘Liverpool’s No.1’ Zack Gibson & ‘Flash’ Morgan Webster.
Announced for “Chapter 28: Please, Please, Please, Let Me Get What I Want” from The Ritz, Manchester on Sunday, April 10th will see the 2nd of the Natural PROGRESSion Series Semi-Finals when Aston Smith takes on Damon Moser and Toni Storm will be in singles competition when she faces Jinny who will have Elizabeth at ringside.
International Pro Wrestling: United Kingdom will present “Supershow 2” from The Casino Rooms Nightclub, Rochester on Monday, March 28th. So far for the night we have; Zack Sabre Jr vs Jigsaw, Mark Andrews vs one half of the IWGP Junior-Heavyweight Tag Team Champions, Matt Sydal (WWE’s Evan Bourne), Tennessee Honey will defend her IPW:UK Women’s Title in a Triple Threat Match with Nikki Storm and Jetta, a HUGE 4-Way Tag Team Match with Swords of Essex (Paul Robinson & Scott Wainwright) taking on 2 Unlimited (Jay & Patrick Sammon), Smooth Star (IPW:UK All-England Champion Sammy Smooth & Scotty Star) and Project Lucha (Martin Kirby & ‘The Mexican Sensation’ El Ligero) and finally we will see Team Artemis (Mr. Anderson and The London Riots (Rob Lynch & James Davis) have already been announced) vs Team Ayass (Jon Ryan is the only one announced so far) in a No DQ 6-Man Tag Team Match with the following stipulation. If Team Artemis wins then Jimmy Havoc will get 5 minutes alone in the ring with Dean Ayass. If Team Ayass wins then Jimmy Havoc will defend his IPW:UK World Heavyweight Title against Jon Ryan, both of which would take place on Sunday, May 1st in Tonbridge, Kent. Not only that, GFW star ‘The Masterpiece’ Chris Masters will be back to continue with his Masterlock Challenge to see if anyone will step up to take on this seemingly impossible task.
Kamikaze Pro will present “Over The Top 3” from the Meadway Sports & Social, Birmingham on Sunday, March 27th and have assembled an incredible card for the fans to go wild over.
Here is the announced card so far; Toni Storm vs Liberty, The Hunter Brother (Jim & Lee Hunter) will defend their Tag Team Titles against The Proven (Sam Wilder & Caz Crash), ‘The Badman’ Marshall X vs ‘Wonderkid’ Jonny Storm, a 6-Way Match with Clint Margera, Ryan Smile, Dan Moloney, Travis Banks and Tyler Bate with the stipulation, winner enters the rumble as #30 and the loser will enter at #1, Robbie X defends his Kamikaze Pro Championship against Jody Fleisch and the Over The Top Rumble Match. Announced entrants; Pete Dunne, Kamikaze Pro Relentless Division Champion Ryan Smile, Tyler Bate, ‘The Big O’ Omari, Travis Banks, Dan Moloney, Toni Storm, Jim Hunter, Lee Hunter, ‘The Badman’ Marshall X, ‘The Polish Punisher’ Mika, ‘The Aztec Curse’ Sancho Cortez, Elliott Jordan, Clint Margera, Liberty, Dan Tucker and Jonny Storm.
Kamikaze Pro’s debut “Dojo Live!” show will take place at the Rubery Social Club & Institute, Birmingham on Sunday, April 10th and will feature ‘The Badman’ Marshall X vs ‘The Big O’ Omari, Travis Banks vs Liam Doyle, ‘The Polish Punisher’ Mika vs one half of the Kamikaze Pro Tag Team Champs, Jim Hunter and Elliott Jordan will take on the other half of the Kamikaze Pro Tag Team Champs, Lee Hunter.
It has been confirmed that former World Of Stardom, Goddesses Of Stardom & Artist Of Stardom Champion Alpha Female will join British Empire Wrestling’s “Stardom Europe Tour: Day 3” as part of their “International Grand Prix” crossover with Japan’s Stardom company at The Tooting Tram & Social Club, Tooting, London on Sunday, May 22nd.
Here is a list of wrestling talent announced for the show so far; Kirsty Love, Alpha Female, Dragonita, Kay Lee Ray, Dahlia Black, Danielle Hunter, Artist Of Stardom Champion Kairi Hojo, Toni Storm, BEW Women’s Champion Nixon Newell, Wonder Of Stardom Champion Santana Garrett, High Speed, Goddesses Of Stardom & Artist Of Stardom Champion Mayu Iwatani and World Of Stardom, Goddesses Of Stardom & Artist Of Stardom Champion Io Shirai. We will see an 8-Man Tag Team Match between Team BEW (Kyle Ashmore, Theodore Powers, Gianni De La Valette & Don Pedro) with Nina Samuels and The Buffet Club (Lance Lawrence, BEW Heavyweight Champion Rob Cage and BEW Tag Team Champions Gene Munny & Stingray Stevenson) with the stipulation of if Team BEW wins then The Buffet Club MUST disband, however if The Buffet Club win then they will be in FULL control of BEW’s “Coronation Of The Empire 2” show on Sunday, July 10th.
HOPE Wrestling will present the “King Of Flight 2016” tournament this Friday and Saturday, March 25th & 26th from The Forest Town Arena, Mansfield as well as other non-tournament matches that have been included in this jam packed show for all their fans to get giddy over. Here is a break down of the card for you to have a look at so far;
Night 1 of the tournament will see; Chuck Taylor vs Pete Dunne, Mark Andrews vs Josh Bodom, ‘Flash’ Morgan Webster vs Jigsaw, Will Ospreay vs Chris Ridgeway, Robbie X vs Jake McCluskey, ‘The Mexican Sensation’ El Ligero vs Mike Bird, Ryan Smile vs HC Dyer and last years winner Chris Tyler vs White Tiger.
Night 2 will see the Quarters/Semis and Finals of the tournament as well as the debut of ‘Primate’ Jason Prime when he takes on LJ Heron in one-on-one action. We will also see Battle Squad Awesome (Danny Chase & Dave Andrews) in tag team action as they take on The Wonderland (Henry T. Grodd & Noah) who will have Penny Dreadful by their side.
HOPE will be at the Jury’s Inn, Milton Keynes on Sunday, March 27th with “Live In Milton Keynes” and have announced; Liberty vs Kira Fox, Joey Ozbourne vs Wheeler, Team M.A.D. (Danny Mayhem & Chase Williams) vs The Alpha Brothers (Ricky & Johnny Alpha) and a Fatal 4-Way Match between Gene Munny, Jay Garner, White Tiger & Chris Tyler.
What a fantastic show Pro-Wrestling: EVE put on this past Sunday when they presented “Let’s Make History!” from the Cre8 Events Centre, Hackney Wick, London (just to point out that it’s been over 50 years since an all female wrestling show has been in London), where we got to see; Psycho Lolita beat Dragonita after applying a Tilt-A-Whirl Crossface submission, Tennessee Honey pinned Dahlia Black, Pollyanna picked up the win over Addy Starr in what was a brutal match, April Davis was able to make Courtney tap out to a beautifully done Cross Armbreaker, the team of Jetta & Zoe Lucas defeated The Owens Twins (Leah & Kasey Owens) via submission, Kay Lee Ray pinned Nixon Newell after hitting the Swanton Bomb in what could be the match of the night, Blue Nikita secured the win by beating Shanna and in the Main Event, Rhia O’Reilly once again became the Pro-Wrestling:EVE Champion after defeating Nikki Storm in an epic No DQ, 2 Out Of 3 Falls Match. Everyone at EVE should be very pleased with themselves as they produced an amazing show which cements them as the #1 female wrestling company in the UK.
Revolution Pro Wrestling have now added Pete Dunne defending his RPW British Cruiserweight Title against ROH’s ACH to their “Epic Encounter” show which takes place from the Rivermead Leisure Complex, Reading on Saturday, April 16th. Matches already announced will see Dalton Castle vs ‘Lord’ Gideon Grey, Josh Bodom vs Donovan Dijak and your RPW British Heavyweight Champion Zack Sabre Jr will team with Marty Scurll to take on the IWGP Junior-Heavyweight Tag Team Champions Ricochet & Matt Sydal (WWE’s Evan Bourne). Will Ospreay, Big Damo, Roderick Strong & Nichael Elgin are all scheduled to be in action too.
Speaking of Revolution Pro Wrestling, they and Pro-Wrestling: EVE have announced a working agreement which will see EVE featuring on Rev Pro’s very own OnDemand service. The full statement can be seen here…
We are pleased to announce a working relationship between Revolution Pro Wrestling, and Europe’s premier brand in female wrestling: Pro-Wrestling: EVE.
Not only will this link see EVE matches appear on Revolution Pro Wrestling shows, but it will also see all EVE events appear on the brand new rpwondemand.com monthly subscription service.
Revolution Pro promoter Andy Quildan said on the subject, ‘it’s no secret that the depth of female talent not just in this country but around the globe is growing & with a mantra of ‘Pro Wrestling At Its Best,’ we would not be true to our word without featuring ALL forms of world class professional wrestling.
Whilst for a long time I’ve wanted to establish a women’s division my belief is that a singular match per show is not enough. This relationship will enable us to introduce our fans to the Pro-Wrestling:EVE product & roster, making superb use of our new On Demand service.’
We can confirm that RevPro will recognise the Pro-Wrestling: EVE Championship and all women’s matches held in a Revolution Pro ring will have implications in the EVE rankings.
Pro-Wrestling: EVE Co-Founder Emily Read added, ‘Since day one EVE has been about introducing the very best in women’s professional wrestling to new audiences, by providing guest matches to different promotions up and down the country, working with numerous Joshi wrestling promotions in Japan and of course attracting global media attention by bringing in the best female wrestlers from around the world. We are very excited about the opportunity to once again share our vision with another fan base, whilst continuing our mission to present the gold standard in women’s professional wrestling’
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