This week Kamikaze Pro announced that former TNA World Heavyweight Champion Magnus will join former TNA Knockouts and WWE Women’s Champion, Mickie James, at their August 29th show, “Brutal Force!”.
Revolution Pro Wrestling brought to us two shows over the weekend, the 1st “Contenders 11” came from the Buckland Community Centre in Portsmouth and included Psycho Phillips defeating Ricky Suave, ‘The Villain’ Marty Scurll against Jake McCluskey and an Intergender Challenge match between Kenneth Halfpenny and Zan Phoenix.
In the 2nd show of the weekend came to us from the London Cockpit, named “London Cockpit 3”. ‘Flash’ Morgan Webster beat ‘Wild Boar’ Mike Hitchman with a 450 splash there was a Grudge match between Jimmy Havoc and Josh Bodom which resulted in a double count out. ‘Lord’ Gideon Grey was in the ring cutting a promo when Zan Phoenix interrupted but then paid the price when she was attacked by Grey until ‘Flash’ Morgan Webster, Jake McCluskey and Johnny Storm came to the ring to make the save. Sha Samuels & James Castle were able to retain their RPW British Tag Team Championships against the team of Joel Redman & Mark Haskins after Jake McCluskey accidentally hit Redman with one of the title belts. After the match Haskins had to break-up the fighting pair of Redman & McCluskey before it got any worse. The Revolutionists, Sha Samuels and James Castle, asked for Jimmy Havoc to sort out his issue with Josh Bodom but Bodom refused to shake hands and then slapped Havoc, this then resulted in Havoc been attacked by everyone in the ring and then it was announced that Bodom vs Havoc 3 would take place in a NO DQ match at “Uprising” on October 2nd at the York Hall. Finally Doug Williams hit the ‘Wonderkid’ Johnny Storm with his “Chaos Theory” move for the pin and win. Jake McCluskey beat Psycho Phillips with a Moonsault, most of the crowd were against McCluskey during this match. In the Main Event, Will Ospreay faced Marty Scurll in an amazing match which saw Ospreay busted open and win with a “Reverse Corkscrew”.
Rev-Pro have also stated that on Friday September 18th at “Live At Civic Hall” your RPW British Cruiserweight Champion, Will Ospreay, will take on former WWE superstar P.J. Black aka Justin Gabriel.
New Wave Wrestling Alliance brought to us “Draw The Line” from the Victoria Baths in Manchester and what an awesome event it was! Joey Hayes beat Joseph Conners, Lana Austin was able to pin Leah Owens and after the match, Ruffneck came to the ring to confront Lana but Sexy Kev came in to make the save. The Hunter Brothers (Jim & Lee Hunter) defeated ‘Delicious’ Danny Hope & his mystery partner who turned out to be Sexy Kev but then Ruffneck would again come to the ring and this time attack Sexy Kev, leaving Danny Hope alone. Jack Jester would beat Martin Kirby in an entertaining match. Matt Myers beat the one and only Dave Rayne and finally on the card, Nathan Cruz would defeat El Ligero when Cruz attacked guest commentator and World Of Sport Wrestling legend, Marty Jones, led to Marty trying to enter the ring and distracting the referee, allowing Cruz to get the win.
IPW:UK have now added singles competition to their “Title Showdown” event which comes to us on July 12th from The Angel Centre, Tonbridge with Sammy Smooth vs Jona Divine on the VIP Pre-Show. Other matches included on the night are currently; a World & All-England Title Unification match between Bad Bones (World Champion) and Jimmy Havoc (All-England Champion), the Tag Team Champions, The London Riots (James Davis & Rob Lynch) who will defend their belts against D&D Security (Cieran Donnally & Danny Duggan) and TNA’s Ken Anderson will team with Degeneration Mex (Mexican Eagle & ‘Lord’ Jonathan Windsor) to take on Lock, Stock & 3 Smoking Geezers (Sha Samuels, Sebastian & Tom Irvin).
HOPE Wrestling hosted their “Evolution 24: We’ll Start A Fire… and Burn Some Bridges” show this past Friday from the Forest Town Arena, Mansfield where 4 wrestlers advanced in the HOPE Championship Tournament. Chris Tyler who defeated Paul Malen by count out, Tyler did not have a clean win and needed help from his Bodyguard who held onto Malen’s leg for a count of 10 leading to victory by countout. Joseph Conners pinned T-Bone, during the match T-Bone was attacked by the, currently unnamed, masked group who have interfered in numerous matches. After the match Conners who had won tried to speak to T-Bone but received a piledriver instead.Jack Jester pinned Joey Hayes, before his match Jack Jester was informed that if he attacked any of the management/fans or break anything in the venue he would be suspended and Ryan Smile beat Martin Kirby. Elsewhere on the card, Burchill defeated White Tiger, El Ligero defeated HC Dyer and L.J. Heron beat Blake after it was announced that D’Lo Brown who he was supposed to face had decided to no show.
HOPE have also announced this week that they will venture into the over 18s only environment at their August 23rd show called “Save The Cheerleader, Save The World” which takes place from the Walkabout, 9-11 Market Place, Derby, DP1 3QE and then host a HUGE afterparty where WWE’s Summerslam will be show LIVE on the big screens!
Pro Wrestling Chaos hosted “Heir To The Throne” this past weekend from the Hanham Community Centre in Bristol. ‘Wild Boar’ Mike Hitchman was able to defeat 5 other wrestlers to win the Heir To The Throne Ladder match, Jeckel defeated Roger The Cabin Boy, The Henchmen (Jim Diehard & Benton Destruction) defeated The Doomsday Killers (KillBain & Big Grizzly), the match between Ian Williams and Gideon ended in a no contest, ‘Flash’ Morgan Webster was able to make Panda Cub submit in their fast paced match and Mike Bird retained his King Of Chaos Championship after defeating Eddie Dennis. During the event it was announced that ‘Flash’ Morgan Webster and Damian Dunne would take on former TNA X Division & Heavyweight Champion, Chris Sabin in a Triple Threat match at their “Hell is for Heroes” show in August.