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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Facebook : LEPPromotionsWrestling
My home promotion, PWA is always a fun show to go to with some of the best talent on show and some of the friendliest staff around. They say they are a family and they very much are. A great family event every time and growing stronger every single time.
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Website : http://plymouthwrestling.co.uk/
YouTube : Plymouth Wrestling Association
Our final outing to Pro Wrestling Pride in 2016, sad times especially as their next event is free its just impossible to get to, and it was one hell of a way to finish the year. It also had the re-match everyone wanted to see…. Or just me and Nass really wanted to see… Bram vs Tiger 2. This time for the Heavyweight belt.
EDIT : This took a long time as I’ve been working and a bit ill, if there are any random bits that make no sense I apologise I just got tired of re-drafting because I’m extremely ill.
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.
I know this ended up being really late but I did go to the last Pride show in Taunton with the absolute legend that is Scott Hall. Whilst the review is completely irrelevant right now it was a wonderful show so I’m still going to share the review no matter how late it is.
So thanks to Hurricane Matthew the show was altered at the last moment and we didn’t get to meet the Boogeyman, as sad as that might sound Pride once more turned it to their own advantage and delivered a great evening of entertainment.