After months and months of hyping up their debut show it finally arrived. Brought to us by Jason King and Grayson Reeves at Plymouth School of Creative Arts are we finally getting the local show we all want?
So we’re here for our Predictions for REACH Wrestling’s first show which is this Sunday. In brilliant news for the new promotion they have sold out and the show looks to be amazing.
Here are our picks on what is going to happen.
Probably the wrestling show I go on about the most, I go see them at every opportunity though for a little while at the beginning of the year those opportunities might be slimmer then they have been recently. A great promotion ran by some very decent people who have big plans for 2017 and have already given fans over the Christmas period new merchandise and a OnDemand service.
Follow them on…
Website : http://www.prowrestlingpride.com/
OnDemand : PWPFightLeague
The final part of my birthday weekend saw a trip to Teignmouth to see Pride. I mean no weekend is complete without going to see them and all the weekends without a Pride show kinda end up being pretty boring.
After a eventful trek to Chaos the day before it was nice to not have a three hour travel distance to go see wrestling.
With Johnny Gargano and Bram on the card it was going to be a great night.
So Pride have their show in Teignmouth tonight featuring Bram, Johnny Gargano and Johnny Kidd as well as all our favourite regulars like Big Grizzly Steve Griffiths, Eddie Ryan, Scotty Essex, The Soul Society, House of Bones and Ultimo Tiger.
What I’m going to be doing this evening is watching this amazing card…
So if you can get to Teignmouth go. I shall have my review of the night up tomorrow.
Not that long ago it felt like every other week I was going to a Pride show, I haven’t been to one now in bloody ages and I’ve missed their events a lot. So it was great to go to Penzance to see them again.
Before any review though I have to say thank you to Karla Bowden for organising the minibus down to Penzance from Plymouth. She was a complete life saver and it was all so wonderfully organised. So thank you Karla!
So its a little bit late but not drastically so. I have had a busy start to April but had started to look at the blog since the last Indie show of March.
I was going to do both Indie and WWE this month but decided against it. For many reasons.
Check out the Wrestling Hub for the winners.
A reminder : All of the below and choices finally made are my opinion and my opinion only. People who I pick aren’t necessarily going to be the best of the best but there will be reasons that are explained why they were picked so just read the reasons.
This might be the last Pride event I go to for a while unless I find someone with transport before next week, I already have had to look into finding somewhere to stay for the night in Penzance for their May show. Its a good thing it was one hell of a night then right?
We were up to Newton Abbot for this one and thanks to the trains being down I bled for it (nose bleed, travel sickness and a migraine from travelling on the bus and then a taxi. I can do trains, not buses.)
I didn’t take as many photos as I usually do but I think I’ve managed to add more then I usually do so just give your computers/mobile devices a second to get over it.
I am starting this review off just as I get home after going to the event, I don’t know when it’ll be finished and you’ll be sat here reading it because I need to be up early to go to work and it takes me forever to write it. Why I’m saying this is because I tried to go and have a shower before bed but was way too excited so even if I’m half dead at work tomorrow I need to sit here and write a little bit about the night.
Pro Wrestling Pride returned to Plymouth once more for a sell out show. They absolutely deserved to have a sell out show as well.