So… I might once more have completely messed up and forgotten to do June so we’ll just do both in one. I only went to One of a Kind in June anyway so for the completist in James I shall do both months.
The first time I’ve ever been to a mid-week show. I stopped myself watching male cheerleaders, playing Despair inflicting video games and trying to understand Twin Peaks long enough to get a train down to Bodmin for a night of wrestling with mother, Karla and Rich.
I lead a hectic life as you can see…
So I went to LEP’s Plymouth show at Stonehouse, never been to a LEP show but thought we’d go and see them.
Unlike PWA and Pride this show is a academy show, even though there are plenty of my favourites on the card there are also plenty of trainees and younger guys on the show too. So it should be a good night.
If you read the review of Heroes & Legends or was lucky enough to be there and witness it (if you weren’t you can pick up the DVD now on their website for only £10! It is well worth the money you’ll spend ) you’ll know that Chris Andrews won the Pride Rumble to pick a fight with one of the champions.
He picked that fight with the Heavyweight Champion, The English Lion Eddie Ryan in Eddie’s own hometown of Plymouth in September.
It is now not only official but has a really cool poster…
This match is going to be amazing. Its the match you really don’t want to see but you really REALLY want to see. Whether you are Team Lion or Team Shark its safe to say these two are going to put up a fight.
The tickets are going VERY fast and with Raven and Grado as well as all the Pride favourites all appearing at this show its easy to see why.
So go and get some tickets (http://www.prowrestlingpride.com/store/p162/PWP_live_-_Plymouth_Guildhall_-_Sunday_Sept_4th_-_Quote_the_Raven.._It%27s_Yersel.html) go join the event page (https://www.facebook.com/events/825163627616810/) and see one of the best UK promotions put on a epic show. This match will be worth every penny you spend on tickets and to get there. Don’t miss out.
Only two weeks after their big RVD show in Taunton, Pro Wrestling Pride were back with another card full of championship matches, wrestling legends and some rather special guests.
It was up on the Minibus from Plymouth to Paignton for Heroes & Legends 3.
Pride return to Taunton, last time we were there in January we got to see Tiger vs Omega, still one of my favourite matches of the year so far, the living legend Tatanka as well as a whole bunch of other great matches.
This time we’re here to see the Whole F’N Show Rob Van Dam.
If you weren’t there you missed out.
1/ I am fully aware I missed April. No reason why, I just completely forgot about it until mid-way through May and decided there was no point doing it then.
2/ You might have guessed I’m patchy at best at watching anything but my local companies so will only be doing it based on the Pride/Plymouth/Chaos shows I’ve been to this month.
Oh I guess there is another thing…
There haven’t been any female wrestling in the four shows I’ve been to so we’ll skip it for a month (another month.)
So below you’ll see what I have to choose from. Its a hard month to pick winners from.