No Peace Underground
Wednesday, April 7
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NOTE: Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, wrestlers may be removed from shows due to positive COVID-19 tests or exposure, so cards may be different than what is previewed below.
An hour and a half from the hub of WrestleMania Weekend 2021 activity (Tampa), Orlando-based no-ring independent deathmatch promotion No Peace Underground will formally kick the week of action off with their show: Fatalism.
No Peace Underground’s Fatalism will be the first of 15 events streaming on IndpendentWrestling.TV for their Showcase of the Independents. If you’re wondering what no-ring deathmatches look like, well, they look a lot like this:
Born out of the mind of Cassanova Valentine and his idea to blend deathmatches with concerts, No Peace Underground was founded by two employees of the then-struggled music venue Back Booth (now Soundbar). With the bars potential demise staring them in the face, the duo decided to get creative.
Fox, Tawasha and Valentine hosted the first No Peace Underground show to coincide with Halloween and the rest, as they say, is history.
No Peace Underground ran consistently throughout 2018 and 2019 even venturing to New Orleans and Chicago for shows. Of course, 2020 threw a wrench in most of their plans but No Peace Underground has been aggressive thus far in 2021 running three shows, partnering with GCW for Fight Forever: Odim and spearheading three shows this WrestleMania Weekend.
— Germ T. Ripper 🐻🏳️🌈 (@rottengerm77) March 22, 2021
No Peace Underground Fatalism isn’t going to re-invent the wheel for WrestleMania Weekend. In fact, they will be the first of several deathmatch promotions or heavy deathmatch-influenced promotions running the weekend.
The event, though, offers the first looks—and the first wounds—for deathmatch veterans like Atticus Cogar, G-Raver and current No Peace Underground Champion Eric Ryan.
- Eric Ryan vs. Nolan Edward – No Peace Underground Championship
- John Wayne Murdoch vs. Matthew Justice
- Bam Sullivan & G-Raver vs. The Hallowed
- Jamie Senegal vs. Atticus Cogar
- Kennedi Copeland vs. Sawyer Wreck
- 1 Called Manders vs. Parrow