The canvas doesn’t change shape, it doesn’t change how hard it is depending on your gender, it’s the same ring, and it’s the same audience, its sport and business so gender should not come into play when training… Continue reading
On Sunday 17th September the O2 Academy played host to Insane Championship Wrestling and two Fight Club tapings (#67 and #68). Now those two tapings have been aired we are able to share our review of the event. Episode 67 is available for free on YouTube here and both episodes are available on ICW’s on demand service for $6.99 a month (approx £5.20) which can be signed up for here. Beware, the following contains spoilers for both shows. Obviously. Continue reading
Newcastle is Insane Championship Wrestling’s home away from home. The city was the first place outside of Scotland to hold an ICW show and since then we have held more events then any other English town/city and this year we were lucky enough to host the company’s annual Square Go event. Wrestling fans in Newcastle always attend ICW shows in their droves and they are near enough to Scotland that a lot of the ICW faithful make the journey south of the border meaning that shows have a unique a blend of fans. Continue reading
Absolute Wrestling has cemented its reputation for supreme, uncompromising action on the North East wrestling scene. Their upcoming “Chop til you drop” show at the Linskill Centre in North Shields is set to raise their reputation even higher and continue to set the tone for future shows. Continue reading
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
Next week is one of the biggest weekends in wrestling. WWE Survivor Series is being talked about internationally and closer to home ICW Fear & Loathing IX is the talk of British wrestling. Although both of the aforementioned shows will undoubtedly have some water cooler moments (if such things exist in 2016) there are other wrestling events running that weekend that have potential to be absolute classics. Up and down the UK companies like Fight! Nation, New Generation Wrestling, Preston City Wrestling and WrestleZone will be putting on show but the one that has caught my eye is Target Wrestling at The Venue in Carlisle. Continue reading