ATTACK! Pro Wrestling return to the Frog & Fiddle in Cheltenham on 13th with Club 100 #3, where the ATTACK! Tag Team Championship will be on the line, as Bowl-a-Rama defend their belts against the challenge of the Anti-Fun Police. In addition, ATTACK! Heavyweight Champion, “The Pride of Wales” Eddie Dennis put his title on the line against Chris Brookes. Also scheduled to appear are “All Day Star” Ryan Smile, Mondia Lycos, E-C Drew, Mike Bird and the Wild Boar, as well as the usual off-the-wall antics associated with the court jesters of the Britwres scene.
Tables, Ladders & Challenges on 14th sees IPW:UK turn the Selsden Community Centre into a scene of hardcore chaos. Toni Storm faces Nightshade and Robbie X challenges Scott Star for the IPW:UK All England Championship, before the real carnage begins, with Mountain Stew meeting Muscles Mansfield in a Tables Grudge Match and Duggan and Donnelly face the daunting task of entering the ring in a Ladder Match for the vacant IPW:UK Tag Team Championship, and do so against one of the toughest teams in the UK (and probably the world) in the form of the formidable London Riots. Also appearing on the card will be genuine British legend and international superstar, “The Anarchist” Doug Williams.
Craziest title of the week and best 80s reference goes to Pro Wrestling Chaos, with Mysterious Cities of Chaos, at the Newman Hall in Bristol, also on the 14th. Rampage Brown faces Eddie Ryan, Alex Steel and Eddie Dennis take on Project Lucha (Martin Kirby and “The Mexican Sensation” El Ligero) in tag team action, and in the main event, Jimmy Havoc challenges Wild Boar for the appropriately named King of Chaos Championship.
And finally the march of conquest continues for PROGRESS, who make their second debut in a new city in as many months, arriving at the Birmingham O2 Academy on 15th for Chapter 42: Life, The Universe and Wrestling. No matches had been announced at the time of writing, but as anyone who was present at their debuts in Manchester at the end of 2015, or Brixton and Sheffield in 2016 will testify, PROGRESS tend to make a habit of pulling out all the stops on such occasions. So anyone lucky enough to have secured a ticket before the show sold out is in for a treat.