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RevPro Live at the Cockpit 8 05/01 Review

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By @specficluchador

RevPro returned to the London Cockpit for their fourth show of the year at the venue. Live at The Cockpit 8 presented a stacked card that featured a couple of debuts, a qualifier for WWE’s Global Cruiserweight Series and an intriguing match for the British Heavyweight Championship between champion Zack Sabre Jr and Damo.  Continue reading “RevPro Live at the Cockpit 8 05/01 Review”

RevPro Epic Encounter Review 04/16

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By @specficluchador

RevPro returned to the Rivermead Leisure Complex in Reading for the first time since October with yet another stacked card that incorporated some of the best independent talent from the US and the UK. Once again, RevPro delivered another good show whilst building towards two huge shows at York Hall in the summer. Continue reading “RevPro Epic Encounter Review 04/16”

RevPro Epic Encounter Preview 04/16

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By @specficluchador

RevPro returns to the Rivermead Leisure Complex in Reading for the first time since October with yet another stacked card that incorporates some of the best independent talent from the US and the UK. The show presents several intriguing style clashes that all have the potential to steal the show this Saturday as RevPro continue to deliver can’t miss shows. Continue reading “RevPro Epic Encounter Preview 04/16”

RevPro Live at the Cockpit 7 (03/06) review

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By @specficluchador

Despite the absence of several high profile names due to PWG and various promotions in the UK running the same day, Rev Pro’s third Cockpit show of the year combined some of the best young talent in Britain with some more established talents. As ever, RevPro delivered a good show with matches between Fleisch/Storm and ACH/Bodom being the highlights. Continue reading “RevPro Live at the Cockpit 7 (03/06) review”

Potential Opponents for Katsuyori Shibata at RevPro’s Summer Sizzler

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By @specficluchador

Since Katsutyori Shibata’s return to NJPW, The Wrestler has endeared fans worldwide with his silently intense demeanor, no nonsense striking and thrilling matches. Despite Shibata’s ever increasing popularity, he has remained rooted in Japan, not participating in any of the cross promoted ROH/NJPW shows in America. Shibata’s growing popularity in the west has coincided with increasing demands for Shibata to travel outside of Japan to wrestle dream matches with the best from the US and Britain. Last week, Revolution Pro Wrestling answered those demands, announcing that Katsuyori Shibata will be featured at Summer Sizzler in June. Continue reading “Potential Opponents for Katsuyori Shibata at RevPro’s Summer Sizzler”

RevPro UK: Live at the Cockpit 6

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By @specficluchador

Following last month’s phenomenal High Stakes at York Hall, RevPro returned to London for their second Cockpit show of the year, presenting an ensemble of the finest talent from all over the world in yet another stacked card: newly crowned RevPro Champion Zack Sabre Jr face Will Ospreay, who looked to regain momentum following defeat to Marty Scurll in a number one contenders match that gained international acclaim. The new number one contender, Marty Scurll, faced the debuting Timothy Thatcher, Damo faced Mark Haskins, Pete Dunne defends his Cruiserweight Championship against Sonjay Dutt whilst Colt Cabana met Lord Gideon Grey in a grudge match. The sold out London Cockpit (a brilliant venue for wrestling, I may add) witnessed another spectacular show with great performances coming from top to bottom of the card as RevPro provided further proof why each show is can’t miss.

Continue reading “RevPro UK: Live at the Cockpit 6”

 A Newcomer’s experience of British Indy Wrestling

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By @Stumbermensch

In my first year of university, I was bored out of my mind and perpetually either drunk or suffering from hangovers so vicious that they made the feelings I had in thinking I’d made a terrible mistake with my life all the more unbearable – and thus, I had some time to kill. Continue reading ” A Newcomer’s experience of British Indy Wrestling”

RevPro High Stakes 2016 Review

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By @specficluchador

On the 16th January, Revolution Pro returned to York Hall for the first time in 2016. High Stakes presented a stacked card featuring the likes of AJ Styles, Zack Sabre Jr, Jay Lethal and Colt Cabana but it was Will Ospreay and Marty Scurll that stole the show in what was a great show.  Continue reading “RevPro High Stakes 2016 Review”

RevPro High Stakes Preview

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By @specficluchador

2015 proved a landmark year for RevPro UK. At the forefront of the British Wrestling Renaissance,  Rev Pro delivered some of the best matches in professional wrestling throughout the world in a series of excellent shows. With the first York Hall show of the year, High Stakes, occurring this Saturday a stacked card featuring several first time dream matches headlined by AJ Styles v Zack Sabre Jr ensures the trend will continue long into 2016. Continue reading “RevPro High Stakes Preview”

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