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Running the Ropes: Part One

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By @RobbieRadford

My love for wrestling over the last 12 months has only grown largely due to the chance I had of stepping in the ring and spending 6 months training to wrestle at a local wrestling school. Continue reading “Running the Ropes: Part One”

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Chikara UK Tour Birmingham Review

 

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By Mark Worrall. Catch him on Twitter @hoohoowozza.

MAY 27TH 2016

STUDENT UNION BUILDING – ASTON UNIVERSITY – BIRMINGHAM

Chikara Wrestling is a promotion based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. For those not too familiar with the promotion, Chikara is based on the Lucha Libre style of wrestling and has been in existence since debuting in 2002. The promotion is very much gimmick orientated and many of their talent will wear masks.  The top championship in Chikara is the Chikara Grand Championship and is currently held by Princess Kimber lee, for which she became the first female wrestler to hold the top title in a major non-female promotion. This year sees them embark on their Aniversario 2016 UK Tour with seven stops in the UK; I attended the Birmingham show on Friday evening. Continue reading “Chikara UK Tour Birmingham Review”

PROGRESS SSS16 Day Two Review 2016

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By Elliott Troop.

PROGRESS’ SSS16 reached its conclusion with the eight remaining competitors vying for the opportunity to face Marty Scurll for the PROGRESS Championship. Last year, Will Ospreay emerged victorious to go on to defeat the then 600 day+ PROGRESS Champion, Jimmy Havoc. Day two of SSS16 was the show of the year in Europe, featuring numerous outstanding matches up and down the card that culminated in Tommy End being crowned the 2016 SSS16 winner.  Continue reading “PROGRESS SSS16 Day Two Review 2016”

PROGRESS SSS16 Day One Review 2016

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By Elliott Troop.

PROGRESS hosted the first day of their annual Super Strong Style 16 tournament to determine the number one contender to Marty Scurll’s PROGRESS World Championship. Last year, Will Ospreay emerged victorious from a star-studded field to go on to successfully dethrone Jimmy  Havoc, the then 600+ day champion, to be crowned the PROGRESS Champion for the first time. This year began with a statement of intent, producing a number of excellent matches up and down the card. Continue reading “PROGRESS SSS16 Day One Review 2016”

Pro Wrestling CHAOS 05/21/2016 Review

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By Ciran Brazington.

Total Chaos was an evening based on matches and opponents chosen at random, no matches were confirmed beforehand, therefore a chaotic night was promised. As the supposed owner of Chaos Pariah Khan was absent, Jimmy Havoc opened the show by declaring himself the General Manager for the evening. Continue reading “Pro Wrestling CHAOS 05/21/2016 Review”

PROGRESS SSS16 Draw and Bracket

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Here is the draw and bracket of PROGRESS’ SSS16 Tournament to determine the new number one contender to Marty Scurll’s PROGRESS Championship. Stay tuned to Kayfabe Today for reviews of both days. Continue reading “PROGRESS SSS16 Draw and Bracket”

CHAOS Wrestling Preview 05/21/2016

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By Ciaran Brazington.

This Saturday in Yate Pro Wrestling Chaos presents Total Chaos, an event packed full with the top names from the UK and International wrestling scene. It’s a night where anything can happen, mark my words there will be CHAOS! Continue reading “CHAOS Wrestling Preview 05/21/2016”

PROGRESS SSS16 Preview: part two

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By @specficluchador

On the 29th and 30th May, PROGRESS host their second annual Super Strong Style 16 tournament to determine the number one contender to Marty Scurll’s PROGRESS World Championship. Last year, Will Ospreay emerged victorious from a star-studded field to go on to successfully dethrone Jimmy  Havoc, the then 600+ day champion, to be crowned the PROGRESS Champion for the first time. Continue reading “PROGRESS SSS16 Preview: part two”

PROGRESS SSS16 Preview Part One

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By @specficluchador

On the 29th and 30th May, PROGRESS host their second annual Super Strong Style 16 tournament to determine the number one contender to Marty Scurll’s PROGRESS World Championship. Last year, Will Ospreay emerged victorious from a star-studded field to go on to successfully dethrone Jimmy  Havoc, the then 600+ day champion, to be crowned the PROGRESS Champion for the first time. Continue reading “PROGRESS SSS16 Preview Part One”

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