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!
You might come on here and wonder why there are three WCPW reviews up in a row. Its because thanks to work, depression and just generally being a shitty person I’ve had the Scottish Qualifiers for the World Cup and nearly the entirety of State of Emergency in my drafts for over a month. I don’t know why I didn’t post the Scottish Qualifiers but State of Emergency I watched everything but the main event before work one day then never caught up with the main event!
No Regrets is late as well thanks to working and not getting online properly until today.
So you get three very late reviews all at the same time. You are welcome you very lucky people.
I am starting this review off just as I get home after going to the event, I don’t know when it’ll be finished and you’ll be sat here reading it because I need to be up early to go to work and it takes me forever to write it. Why I’m saying this is because I tried to go and have a shower before bed but was way too excited so even if I’m half dead at work tomorrow I need to sit here and write a little bit about the night.
Pro Wrestling Pride returned to Plymouth once more for a sell out show. They absolutely deserved to have a sell out show as well.