The BritWres thread (Big Daddy for HoF)

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Re: The BritWres thread (Big Daddy for HoF)

Post by jgilf » Sat May 06, 2017 3:03 am

Vimeo release has the match too. Odd as I was sure it was going to have to be dark. Guess WWE approved it?

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Post by VilinskiKonjic » Sun May 07, 2017 12:28 pm

jgilf wrote:Vimeo release has the match too. Odd as I was sure it was going to have to be dark. Guess WWE approved it?
The line about Elite making more from merch sales than BSS make from their entire WWEUK deals was edited out apparently so it would seem that way.

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Post by Takachulo » Sun May 07, 2017 11:46 pm

jgilf wrote:Vimeo release has the match too. Odd as I was sure it was going to have to be dark. Guess WWE approved it?
Wonder if this is an indication FCP is signing up with Progress and ICW on the WWE side of the "war". Given that Trent Seven is at least part owner, it would make sense.

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Re: The BritWres thread (Big Daddy for HoF)

Post by VilinskiKonjic » Tue May 09, 2017 12:24 am

Takachulo wrote:
jgilf wrote:Vimeo release has the match too. Odd as I was sure it was going to have to be dark. Guess WWE approved it?
Wonder if this is an indication FCP is signing up with Progress and ICW on the WWE side of the "war". Given that Trent Seven is at least part owner, it would make sense.
It makes more sense that they just sorted it so that a match that happened on their show can be aired on the tape of that show. It's far easier to just take this stuff at face value sometimes.

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Post by Padje » Tue May 09, 2017 8:29 am

With Gibson back in PROGRESS (following storyline events that coincidentally wrote out all World of Sport contracted talent) and CJ Banks in the WWE try out, its time to hashtag ask questions about the future of World of Sport.

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Post by Takachulo » Tue May 09, 2017 2:35 pm

Padje wrote:With Gibson back in PROGRESS (following storyline events that coincidentally wrote out all World of Sport contracted talent) and CJ Banks in the WWE try out, its time to hashtag ask questions about the future of World of Sport.
There were rumours ahead of the tapings last weekend that several wrestlers were looking to jump to WWEUK.

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Post by VilinskiKonjic » Wed May 10, 2017 2:23 am

Padje wrote:With Gibson back in PROGRESS (following storyline events that coincidentally wrote out all World of Sport contracted talent) and CJ Banks in the WWE try out, its time to hashtag ask questions about the future of World of Sport.
None of them were really written out, there was just nothing really to do with them. Progress has a habit of just not booking guys when that's the case. Hell, it happened with Gibson for like six chapters last year right when he was bordering on the strongest heel they had.

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Post by themib » Wed May 10, 2017 7:18 pm

Lucha Forever had to postpone their London show on Sunday due to problems they had with the venue - they're planning to run in July instead.

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Post by rocheyuk » Tue May 23, 2017 6:10 pm

Pete Dunne and Tyler pulled from lucha forever next brum show. Same date as the nxt tapings.

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Post by Empiresk » Tue May 23, 2017 6:48 pm

rocheyuk wrote:Pete Dunne and Tyler pulled from lucha forever next brum show. Same date as the nxt tapings.
Anyone taking odds for when Riddle pulls out?

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Post by Padje » Wed May 24, 2017 10:49 am

Travis Banks vs Matt Riddle is now the main event of the Lucha Forever show. Dunno who Starr is facing. An easy fix is just getting Ryan Smile into the ring, or Speedball, who has been announced for the show but has no listed opponent.

Banks vs Riddle though? Hooooo boy I'm ready for that one.

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Post by themib » Fri Jun 02, 2017 10:30 pm

Fight Club PRO confirmed the dates for next year's Dream Tag Team Invitational - March 30th, 31st and April 1st. One of the shows will be in Wolverhampton, but they've not confirmed them all yet.

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Post by themib » Sun Jun 11, 2017 6:13 pm

Naomichi Marufuji is doing the Lucha Forever show in London on October 5th. Can only think that he's doing wXw World Tag Team League, and needed something else to add to him being in Europe.

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Re: The BritWres thread (Big Daddy for HoF)

Post by themib » Thu Jul 13, 2017 5:42 pm

Fight! Nation have bought IPW:UK - the whole F!N operation (including the upcoming ONE shows) will be rolled into IPW:UK which will be the brand name going forward. F!N promoter Billy Wood is the new IPW:UK promoter, with Dan Edler moving into running the IPW:UK training school in Kent.


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