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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.
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.
Grado with 'Corrie' star Helen Flanagan (for some reason) Grado is now leading the #SayYesMadonna campaign on social media
Big and bold, touching and personal, dramatic, comedic and ultimately great TV, ICW recently returned in emphatic style to BBC for 'Insane Fight Club II'.
Creator, producer, brains behind and voice of British Boot camp 2, we were lucky enough to speak exclusively to Jeremy Borash about his thoughts on the show. What's next for Grado? Will there be a season 3 of Boot Camp? Read on to find out!
TNA's British Boot Camp 2 reaches its climax this Sunday on Challenge TV at 9pm. In advance of the final, we spoke with the hopefuls about their past, present and future. Rampage Brown has been a standout competitor from day one. With an immense physique, unquestionable talent and superb in-ring ability, he is a most formidable challenger for the TNA crown.
As a promoter, business woman, manager and mother it is clear to see where her tenacious company gets its inspirational work ethic from and whilst she may fulfil numerous roles it's easy to summarise Dixie Carter in three short words: a class act.
TNA's British Boot Camp 2 reaches its climax this Sunday on Challenge TV at 9pm. In advance of the final, we spoke with the hopefuls about their past, present and future. High Flyer Mark Andrews has impressed throughout the competition and won us over again with his wit, charm and honesty.
For those that haven't been glued to Challenge TV at 9pm every Sunday night for the past month or so (or indeed been reading our various blogs on the subject), you will have missed what has been a tremendous showcase of British wrestling talent. TNA has been affording an incredible platform to some of the UK's biggest wrestling stars and they in turn have been "maximising their minutes"...
Episode one of TNA's British Boot Camp 2 has aired and is receiving rave reviews. We sat down with TNA's very own Rockstar Spud to get his thoughts on the show, which can be seen Sunday nights at 9pm on Challenge TV...
We at Royal Ramblings were particularly surprised to see how genuine the judging was and the lack of pre-determined outcomes. According to Samoa Joe: "We wanted to set out to give own opinion. A lot people thought this would be pre-concluded process but we're looking for a star".
We failed to give appropriate time and attention to two huge announcements with equally large implications for the UK wrestling scene... the UK is not only providing top talents for wrestling rosters but is becoming a key strategic outpost in the wrestling world.