Refuse to Lose 2017 see’s the final PPV under the WCPW banner, December 4th we’ll see the company take on the name Defiance Wrestling. Until then we’re still with WCPW and we’re watching Refuse to Lose.
Another great week last week. Its nice to see a lot of stories up and down the roster beginning or being furthered. Can’t WAIT for Kidd vs ZSJ. Promises to be yet another brilliant night.
PLUS because I got asked on Twitter by someone, yes I will still be reviewing WCPW… Like just because the WhatCulture guys I liked left doesn’t mean I’m not going to watch WCPW or support the guys who are still there. WCPW is a great promotion to watch and like I once had a shitty boss and walked out of a job into a better one, it never made the other people shitty. So like just chill.
Last week we saw El Ligero and Joe Hendry both “punished” for their attack on Kushida and then Will Ospreay and Bea Priestley at the Pro Wrestling World Cup finals. I don’t think Adam Blampied will be happy that both won their matches, even more so in the manner of which Ligero won his.
This week though, as announced last week, we’ll see Ospreay get a chance to get some revenge as he takes on El Ligero. The build up to his title match against the Prestigious One at Refuse to Lose begins now.
So the World Cup has ended with a absolute bang in more ways then one. We’re back once more for Loaded.
After two days of shows Pride finally set up camp in Plymouth for their big Heroes & Legends 5 show. So many of the names advertised for the show didn’t make it for various reasons but they managed to pull one of the best nights of wrestling out of the bag anyway.
So in their third event in two weeks Pride returned to my hometown of Plymouth with their heavyweight champion Bram and James Storm ready to face each other for the title.
Another great evening for all involved was about to be had.
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.