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Watching a War Machine match, any match of Raymond Rowe and Hanson's, is a beautiful thing. Raw power, aggression, incredible feats of agility and tag excellence. The duo has been ripping a hole through the UK wrestling scene, most recently by way of What Culture Pro Wrestling (WCPW).
For a time, if you went along to UK independent wrestling shows it wasn't 'Ten', 'Delete', 'Yes' or 'What' chants you would have heard but rather the crowd in unison shouting 'Moose'.
Ring of Honor (RoH) delivers some of the most dynamic, gripping and action-fuelled drama the world of wrestling has ever seen...
Is there anyone you've not faced that you'd like to? Brock Lesnar would definitely be one. He's the biggest, baddest guy
In the first part of our exclusive interview with Stu Bennet aka Wade Barratt, we learned that not only does he have one
Traditionally the West Country and specifically Plymouth wouldn't be the first place that came to mind when thinking about wrestling. London sure, Glasgow - well who hasn't heard of ICW? Maybe Preston in the North or IPW in Kent but Plymouth?
The people's elbows have been dropped and the pedigrees delivered, the party is winding down and Wrestlemania is over. We have new champions, a new women's division championship belt and a host of new additions to the WWE roster. One might easily think that it is a time for sadness with more than 350 days until the next Wrestlemania but fear not! WWE is, as always, looking after it's universe of supporters and so here's five reasons why sports entertainment fans in the UK can feel suitably happy...
In the shadow of the Wrestlemania weekend, the British wrestling world lost one of its brightest stars and most favourite sons. Kris Travis, the 'Shooting Star' passed away after a two year battle with stomach cancer.
In one of our first reviews of an independent show, we wrote that Will Ospreay "is a ball of pure energy whose reputation clearly precedes him, given the crowd were chanting his name within ten seconds of his entrance"...