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?!
The sad news is I’m missing my local wrestling show this week, the happy news is to make up for it I’m going to continue with reviewing WCPW who had yet another great live show up this week, unfortunately I had to wait for it to come up on Demand on WhatCulture Extra as I was working (I’m also working Saturday night so missing when they upload the English qualifiers for the World Cup) but here it is, another review to keep my one fan happy.
We have literally had one person ask if we’d review WCPW after seeing me go on about it all the time on Twitter so I am going to give my one WCPW Twitter spamming fan what they want and write the review like I promised I would for Chain Reaction.
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.
So its been a busy year with me and my mum going to see helluva load of PWA and Pro Wrestling Pride shows as well as the odd LEP and CPW show too (and half a Chaos show…)
Out of everyone we’ve seen this year who has made the biggest impact?
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.
I’m sorry its been a bit of a wait for the review but last Sunday I went to Tavistock to see Pro Wrestling Pride. A much smaller show then their big Plymouth show last month but its always worth going to a small Pride show.