Tag Archives: Jason Prime

Absolute Wrestling – Fight Forever, The NE6 Suite, 17/06/17

First off I have to congratulate Absolute Wrestling and their creative team for one again smashing it out of the park. The posters and artwork for Absolute are always incredible but they have trult surpassed themselves this time. If you haven’t seen them I urge you to check them out here.

Secondly, the people that put the matches together at Absolute also deserve a pat on the back as there are a few corkers lined up! Continue reading

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Main Event Wrestling – Planet of the Primate, Innisfree, Longbenton 27/01/17

MEW’s first show of 2017 is many things to many people. For many it will be their first wrestling show of the year, for some it will be the long awaited return of one of the Northeast wrestling scene’s biggest legends, Dave Carbon after more than 18 months in retirement. To Liam Slater it will be his first defense of his Northeast Championship. And for me it will be the end of approximately six months of organisation as the Calling Spots Championship Tournament comes to an end and the first ever Calling Spots champion is crowned. So without further ado here is our preview of the show. Continue reading

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Futureshock Wrestling ‘Uproar 91’ – 13/11/16

One look at the card for Futureshock Wrestling’s monthly shows tells you that the company is offering a unique proposition. The usual flavour of family-friendly sports entertainment is delivered with some of the top talent on the scene, with enough to reel in kids and older, more discerning fans alike. It’s a fine balance to strike and one that not many bookers would manage to pull off, but from the opening contest, the variety on offer is made totally clear. Continue reading

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NORTH Wrestling NCL: They Will March On – The Riverside, 5th November 2016

One of my favourite things about being a wrestling fan is seeing a wrestler for the first time and then following their journey to (hopefully) the pinnacle of the wrestling world. Take Noam Dar for example, I had heard of him, watched him and spoken to him years before he was on the WWE radar and now he is signed to the world’s largest wrestling, sorry, sports entertainment company. Maybe I’m wrong but I think that’s cool (albeit if a bit pretentious). Continue reading

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Main Event Wrestling, Northern Bash, 30th September 2016

This Friday at 7pm (doors open at 6pm) Northumbria University will be host of the North East’s longest running and most successful promotion, Main Event Wrestling. This will be the second year where MEW are bringing world class wrestling to the makes its return to the spacious room at the Ellison Building at the Uni, slap bang in Newcastle city centre and along with the MEW faithful, I can’t wait, so here is a preview of the shenanigans to come. Continue reading

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Review of WhatCulture Pro Wrestling – Series 1

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If you’re reading this it means that you, like many other wrestling fans don’t just enjoy watching wrestling you also like, or at least have some form of interest, reading/hearing/watching about other people’s thoughts on something wrestling related.

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Main Event Wrestling: Toon Tussle Preview

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What a time to be a fan of wrestling based in the Northeast of England. Main Event Wrestling: Toon Tussle will be the fourth show in a busy month of wrestling and off the top of my head I can think of at least five other shows that could also have attended. New promotions seem to be popping up every other week and competition to put fans in seats have never been higher. However, while all the new companies fight to establish a brand and get their name out there another promotion is able brag that it has been established for over ten years and has entertained literally thousands of customers, many of whom may not even have been wrestling fans (remember my friend Kirsty anyone). Continue reading

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