Again, because I want it clear I can not PICK 10 wrestlers without leaving out another 10 that I love, this is in no order. It literally is the first 10 names that came off the top of my head with one or two being changed because I realised that I had named 10 people I’d been watching recently and trying to pull some memories out of the bag from earlier in the year.
If I had to pick one person to be my wrestler of 2018 it would be David Starr mainly because I don’t think I’ve seen a bad match with him in and I just think he’s a massive plus to the UK scene no matter what others seemed to think but I would instantly be then going “umm but I also think Brookes had a stand out year and remember when Walter did this or how Davis is being kick ass in single competition in PROGRESS or everything that Havoc has done or how much I love Country Big Josh Knott (who didn’t make this list sadly)..” and I would be here forever.
So here are 10 I loved.
I am also perfectly aware they are all male too.
Continue reading 10 Things… 10 Names on the UK Wrestling Scene that made 2018 great
So I went to my second CPW show of the year, I said in the 5 Things… blog that they kind of made it so I don’t want to miss a single one of their show and this one really was a must see show.
Unfortunately I had the beginnings of a cold on Saturday and since then have just got slowly worse so the review took longer and to be pretty honest is pretty all over the place. So I apologise for that.
Continue reading CPW : Go BIG, or Go Home
I don’t care if people don’t like these but I am loving doing them for wrestling so here are a 5 Things for the CPW show in Bodmin featuring Jimmy Havoc, CCK and Mark Haskins.
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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.
Continue reading CPW 10 : No Turning Back Now
We had a night in Falmouth the night before which was much fun but it was the big anniversary show in Exeter that I was truly looking forward to. With Impact superstars Bram, Rockstar Spud and Low-Ki all making appearances and all the top names for Pride appearing we were certainly in for a treat!
Continue reading Pride Promotions : Pride & Glory 4
I wasn’t planning on going to this event but as it was a Saturday and you can get back to Plymouth from Falmouth on a Saturday we did venture down to see the show. A much smaller show for Pro Wrestling Pride but which boasted a re-match for the Pride title when Bram returned to take on Ultimo Tiger.
Continue reading Pride Promotions : Falmouth