So its the week that Joe Hendry and El Ligero will find out their punishment for their naughty behaviour after the World Cup came to a end. With BT Gunn losing his Hardcore Championship last week it’ll be interesting to see if Adam Blampied is able to ruin the Prestiges night once more.
So its finally down to the last 16. Competitors from all round the world, kind of, have competed and we have some absolutely amazing matches to sit through.
Gonna be a good show.
So in our catch up with WCPW I have to start with the German Qualifiers. When they were airing I saw a lot of people praising them, it was only that I ended up working and then forgetting about wrestling in general that I never caught up with them. Lets see if they were as good as people said.
WCPW turned a year old with one of their biggest and most packed show to date.
WCPW is being effected by the changes to YouTube’s policy. When they aired Fight Back I was at work and by the time I got home just after 11pm the show had been blocked from YouTube and they had received a strike for putting it online. They then loaded it to Facebook and Extra so we’re watching it on there instead.
After Joe Hendry managed to win the WCPW Heavyweight Championship when they headed back to Edinburgh he decided to christian the event HendryMania.
You can only guess what the Prestige, three quarters of which are Scottish, get up to now they have the championship in their ranks.
The English Qualifiers kicked us all off and it was a bloody good opening set of matches. Next up is Scotland which as we should know is home, really, of The Prestige. Will it be a Prestigious night?!