UK Wrestling Round-Up (30/6/16)

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HOPE Wrestling presented their “Live In Dunstable” show from the Dunstable Leisure Centre this past Saturday, June 25th where the following happened; Twister def. CJ Gunner, Cy Gregory def. DOA, Eric Phillips def. Kai Payne, Leroy Jenkins won the Battle Royal and Chris Tyler def. Ashley Dunn & Jay Garner in a Triple Threat.

Glasgow Pro Wrestling have now completed their card for their upcoming “Night At The Asylum 4” event which takes place from The Asylum this Saturday, July 2nd. Here is a rundown of the full card; Jack Jester vs Jack Dillon, Ravie Davie vs The Sam Barbour Experience, BT Gunn vs Irving Garrett, Flex Hunter vs Kez Evans, CS Rose vs David ‘Yum Yum’ Devlin, Molly Spartan vs Kasey Owens and The Rich Kids (Austin Osiris & Kyle Khaos) & Stevie James vs The Purge (Joseph Vane & Krobar) & Soldato in a 6-Man Tag Team Match.

South Coast Wrestling will be traveling to the New Milton Memorial Centre, New Milton on Saturday, July 16th where the following matches have already been signed; Ryan Hendricks takes on Ricky Suave, James Castle goes one-on-one with Jake McCluskey and Jinny will defend her SCW Queen Of The Ring Championship against Zoe Lucas & Jamie Hayter.

PROGRESS Wrestling presented their “Chapter 32: 5000 To 1” show from The Electric Ballroom, Camden, London this past weekend. I’m not going to step on anyone’s toes by posting what happened but you can read the full report over in our results section thanks to Dave Green. All I will say is that PROGRESS have done it again and what a show it was with some amazing wrestling from the guys who worked the show and the fans that continue to show their support.

Future Pro Wrestling will host their “Summertime Brawl” event from the Thomas Wall Centre, Sutton on Sunday, July 24th and what a show they have put together for the fans as we will see; Sid Scala vs ‘Lord’ Gideon Grey, Darrell Allen vs Paul Robinson, Will Ospreay vs Tommy End, Terry Striker defends his FPW Zero G Title against ‘Pastor’ William Eaver, The London Riots (James Davis & Rob Lynch) will defend their FPW Tag Titles against S&M (Damon Moser & Snare) and finally, RJ Singh will face ‘Earl’ Jonathan Windsor in the FPW Championship Tournament Finals.

What a show Main Event Wrestling put on for the fans in Newcastle last Friday when they presented “Toon Tussle” from the Innisfree Social Club, Longbenton which featured some amazing wrestling talent, here are the results from the night; Chris Renfrew def. AJ Anderson, Mihai def. Loco Ryder, Leah Owens kept her RCW Women’s Title when she def. Little Miss Roxxy, Alexander Hendry stays your MEW North East Champion by def. Assassin, ‘Primate’ Jason Prime def. BT Gunn to retain his MEW Championship and Rampage Brown won the Toon Tussle Rumble Match which means he now faces the MEW Champion in September.

Not long now until Pro Wrestling Chaos present “Round 2: Hero Vs Dennis” from the Thornbury Leisure Centre, Bristol on Saturday, July 23rd where five matches have been signed for the show so far and we will see; Mike Bird vs Jeckel, Gideon vs Ian Williams, Chris Hero vs Eddie Dennis, The Swords Of Essex (Will Ospreay, Paul Robinson & Scotty Essex) vs Project Lucha Underground (Martin Kirby, El Ligero & Shane Strickland) in a 6-Man Tag Team Match and ‘Wild Boar’ Mike Hitchman will defend his King Of Chaos Championship against the challenger, Pete Dunne.

Fight Club: PRO will host their next show “Rage Against The Death Machine” in just over one week from the Fixxion Nightclub, Wolverhampton on Friday, July 8th where the following matches have been signed; Pete Dunne vs Tommy End, Chris Brookes vs Clint Margera, Lee Hunter vs Dan Moloney, Jim Hunter vs ‘Wild Boar’ Mike Hitchman, Zack Sabre Jr vs Travis Banks and Sami Callihan vs Trent Seven are all set for the night and what a show it’s going to be.

In just two weeks British Empire Wrestling will present their “Coronation Of The Empire 2!” show from the Tooting Tram & Social, Mitcham, London on Sunday, July 10th where we will see The Buffet Club in FULL control, here are the matches signed so far for the event; Jetta vs Penelope, Kyle Ashmore vs Lance Lawrence with Gene Munny as Special Referee and if Kyle loses then he’s fired, Heidi Katrina has issued an Open Challenge, Dahlia Black, Laura DiMatteo & Rosie Leigh will face each other in a Triple Threat Deeds Contract Match, Benefit Street (‘Rude Boy’ Matt & Mickey Fraser) vs Erin Smith & Layton Cole in the 1st Round BEW Tag Team Tournament and Theodore Powers will take on BEW Heavyweight Champion, Rob Cage in a Streetfight for the title.

VII Pro Wrestling will have a “Summer Blowout” when they come to the Dawley Town Hall, Telford on Friday, July 15th with the following matches signed for the show; Tyler Bate vs ‘Wild Boar’ Mike Hitchman, The Uptown Funkers (VII Pro Champion, Ryan Smile & Will Ospreay) vs The CCK (Chris Brookes & Kid Lykos), Nixon Newell vs Alex Windsor, Travis Banks vs the VII Heaven Briefcase Holder, Pete Dunne and a Fatal 4-Way featuring Dan Moloney, Chris Ridgeway, Damian Dunne & Drew Parker for the British Lions #1 Contenders spot.

New Generation Wrestling have announced three HUGE matches for “The Eighth Anniversary Show” which will be held at Hull City Hall, Hull on Saturday, July 16th where El Ligero will continue his feud with Dara Diablo in a Last Man Standing Match, Matt Myers will challenge Bubblegum for his Gen X League Title and Team NGW (NGW Undisputed Champion, Nathan Cruz, El Ligero, Matt Myers & Liam Slater) will battle The Control (Rampage Brown, Mark Haskins & The Proven (Caz Crash & Sam Wilder)) in a winner takes control of NGW Match.

What a show IPW:UK have put together for their “Supershow 3” which will come from The Casino Rooms, Rochester this Sunday, July 3rd. Here is the card that they’ve announced; Zack Gibson vs Billy Gunn, Maverick Mayhew vs Grado, Team Single (Rampage Brown & T-Bone) will join with The 55 (Sha Samuels & Kid Fite) to take on Tag Champions, DND (Danny Duggan & Cieran Donnelly) & Smoothstar (All-England Champion, Sammy Smooth & Scott Starr) in an 8-Man Tag Team Match, your Interim Champion, Joseph Conners (fighting instead of Jimmy Havoc) will defend the IPW:UK World Championship against Hardcore Holly, we will have a 30-Man Rumble Match and Lucha Legend, Juventud Guerrera will face Martin Kirby & Tom Dawkins in a Winner Gets #30 Spot and Loser Gets #1 Spot in the Rumble.

BWE: British Wrestling Entertainment will follow their successful 1st Anniversary show “SmashCon” event last month with “Fallout” and it will take place from the Belle Isle WMC, Leeds on Saturday, July 9th. Fans will see the new BWE Champion, El Ligero making his first title defence against the winner of the Iron Throne Tournament (from SmashCon), Prince Ameen. Not only that we will see Ruby Summers defending her BWE Bombshells Championship against Little Miss Roxxy, Alexander Henry will battle the debuting Martin Kirby and we will see some of the best UK wrestlers working for the company and scheduled will be; Sexy Kev, JG Nash, Rocky Future, Dan James with even more set to appear.

Revolution Pro Wrestling will present two shows in the next 7 days when they start with their “Live At The Cockpit 10” show which will be held at The Cockpit, Marylebone, London this Sunday, July 3rd and here is the line-up; Jinny vs Zoe Lucas, Trent Seven vs Mark Haskins, RPW British Cruiserweight Champion, Pete Dunne vs Noam Dar in a Non-Title Match and RPW British Heavyweight Champion, Zack Sabre Jr will team with Marty Scurll to take on Jake McCluskey & Kieran Bruce.

Their “Summer Sizzler” show will be held at York Hall, Bethnal Green, London on Sunday, July 10th as we will see some belting matches for the fans to sink their teeth in to; Big Damo vs Matt Sydal, Marty Scurll vs Mike Bailey, Tomohiro Ishii vs Josh Bodom, RPW British Cruiserweight Champion, Pete Dunne defends against Will Ospreay, Zack Sabre Jr will defend his RPW British Heavyweight Title against the NEVER Openweight Katsuyori Shibata and Moose is also signed to appear.

Preston City Wrestling showcased some of the best UK wrestling talent working today when they presented their 3rd “Tribute To The Troops” show from the Preston Guild Hall this past Saturday which was also available for the first time from them on iPPV. Not only did we get to see fan favourites and international stars, we also were treated to a show from the PCW Academy. Here are the results from a full day of wrestling;

PCW Vs PCW Academy: Joey Hayes & Martin Kirby def. Jack Baron & Jack Givan, David Birch def. PCW Co-General Manager, Dave Rayne, PCW Tag Team Champion, T-Bone def. Alex Boylin, Iestyn Rees & Rhio def. Jimmy J & Jenny B, James Finn, Mark Eastup & Craig Sanders def. Big T Justice in a 3-on-1 Handicap Match, PCW Tag Team Champion, Rampage Brown def. Seymour Gains, Charlie Garrett def. Phillip Michaels and Bubblegum def. Rocky Future.

Tribute To The Troops: Phillip Michaels def. Rocky Future, Bubblegum def. Charlie Garrett, Martin Kirby & Sammy Smooth in an enjoyable Fatal 4-Way, Chris Masters returned to accept Iestyn Rees Alphalock Challenge and then beat him, The Hooligans (Roy & Zak Knight) def. The New Age Assholes (Billy Gunn & Mr. Anderson), Jai McDowell & Joe Hendry def. Joey Hayes & Martin Kirby, Toni Storm def. Carmel & Saraya Knight in a No DQ Triple Threat, Team Single (T-Bone & Rampage Brown) def. The London Riots (James Davis & Rob Lynch) to retain their PCW Tag Team Championships, Rob Van Dam returned to def. Lionheart, PCW Champion, Sha Samuels def. Drew Gallaway only for PCW owner, Steve Fludder to then make a Triple Threat Match with Noam Dar included and then would pick up the win and become the new PCW Champion.

PCW have also added even more matches to their “Top Gunn” show which will be held at Club Domain, Blackpool this Saturday, July 2nd with the following; El Ligero vs Iestyn Rees, Dave Mastiff vs Rob Lynch, Zack Sabre Jr vs Bubblegum, James Davis vs a mystery opponent, Billy Gunn vs Hardcore Holly and Sha Samuels will team with Lionheart to take on Noam Dar & Grado.

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