Diana Hart-Smith will be known and loved by many wrestling fans. The daughter of WWE Hall of Famer and wrestling legend Stu Hart, the sister of icons Bret and the late Owen Hart, one time wife of the tremendous Davey Boy Smith and mother of the extremely talented Harry or Davey Boy Smith Jr, she has wrestling in her blood...
PSI ran an event at which thousands of fans got to meet more than 20 wrestling stars. The talent, from their tweets, appear to have been very pleased with the convention. The majority of the fans are pleased with what they received and surely PSI must be feeling proud of their efforts. We can't wait to see what they have planned for next year...
As regular readers will know, the Royal Ramblings team went 'on tour' at the beginning of this year, looking out some of the best independent promotions the UK had to offer. The business that we kept coming back to, that kept receiving warm praise and whose management team, as Drew Galloway put it "knows how to have a good time" is IPW: UK.
Insane Championship Wrestling continues to make its mark on the UK wrestling scene. With an ever expanding brand, the company is set to become not just the best in the UK but a worldwide phenomenon. We were fortunate enough to interview one of the MVP's of the promotion, Grado, on the company's recent UK tour.
Kurt Angle is one of the most decorated professional wrestlers of all time. He is the current reigning TNA World Heavyweight Champion and thankfully for us, he agreed to sit down and talk at length about his career and more. Parts one and two of our interview trilogy were revealing and this third instalment proved no different.
Our final stop and homecoming, had to be epic and what better way to finish than a night with ICW. Having colonised Scotland, the promotion had embarked upon its biggest UK tour and no doubt to the chagrin of southern promotions, had packed out Camden's KOKO for the night which is where we caught up with them.
In April 2015, for the first time in the company's history, Chikara toured the UK. As dedicated wrestling fans, or indeed members of the 'Chikarmy' will know, the promotion takes its name from the Japanese symbol meaning strength and it was in London that we witnessed first-hand, just how strong Chikara is.