Wrestling is back in Plymouth on July 8th with a new company REACH Wrestling. They will be bringing their show to you out of Plymouth School of Creative Arts and what a show they have waiting for you.
So a very unique venue to go to a wrestling show but I headed down to Bodmin Jail for Cornish Pro Wrestling. The show promised to be a good night with the main event being my favourite The Winner PJ Jones vs my other favourite Joseph Conners.
Just over a year ago, well last year in January, I went to Wellsprings in Taunton to see Kenny Omega fight Ultimo Tiger. This time I went to Wellsprings to see fellow Bullet Club member and absolute legend Cody Rhodes. To say this venue is becoming a very important one in my life is a understatement. This time out I was going to see UPW for the very first time too.
This is extremely late and I apologise for that as I have quite a lot over the last few weeks. PWA celebrated their 8th anniversary in April with a great show with appearances from T-Bone and the UK Hooligans.
In the week of PWA’s anniversary show they gave a little mini-lecture on the last 500 years of wrestling. I went along because with three matches and a history lesson how could I ever say no?
PWA ended 2016 with a bang and absolutely everyone wants to see them carry on with the positive vibes going into the new year. Its been way too long since we have been to a PWA show so we were extremely excited to be back at the Plymouth School of Creative Arts in Milbay Road for their first event of 2017.
I’ve only been to two LEP shows but I’ve decided to do a Best Of… for them anyway as the two shows I’ve been to have been great. LEP is a training academy that puts on great shows with a mixture of their trainees and some of the best talents in the West-Country. The two shows have both been entertaining and jam packed with some of the best moments of 2016.
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