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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So its been a busy year with me and my mum going to see helluva load of PWA and Pro Wrestling Pride shows as well as the odd LEP and CPW show too (and half a Chaos show…)
Out of everyone we’ve seen this year who has made the biggest impact?
The final PWA show of the year promised to have PWA go out with a bang. After a amazing turn out for their last show I was under no doubt they would.
Its that time once again to look back at September and tell you my favourites from the local companies in that month.
So I said I wasn’t going to another PWA show but then had a free ticket so went, I also said I wouldn’t review it but it was such a good night I’ve completely changed my mind on that too.
So LEP made their return to Stonehouse with another action packed show. Five big matches with the Heavyweight Championship belt back on the line as well as the MitB ladder match for a shot at the LEP Academy Championship.