by Mat Lindsay
ATTACK! Pro Wrestling and the Dragon Pro Academy team up on 3rd to present Club 100: Thursday Night Throws #2, at the Cathays Bingo Hall in Cardiff, where the current stars of the former company and the brightest prospects from the latter wrestling school will be thrown together on one card, allowing those in attendance to see established stars and the names who may well be the future of Brtiwres side by side.
Also on 3rd, Riptide Wrestling will be at the Brighton Birghthelm Centre for a card already scheduled to feature the talents of Jimmy Havoc, Chuck Mambo, “The Pride of Wales” Eddie Dennis, Session Moth Martina and “The Villain” Marty Scurll. But the main attraction on the night will no doubt be the six-man tag match pitting British Strong Style (Tyler Bate, Trent Severn and current WWE UK Champion “The Bruiserweight” Pete Dunne) against the US indie darling trio of Joey Ryan, Candice LeRae and true legend of independent wrestling, Colt Cabana.
Moving on to the 4th, HOPE return to the Forest Town Welfare in Mansfield in order to celebrate their fourth anniversary. Former TNA superstar Bram will face “The Kiwi Buzzsaw” Travis Banks, Cara Noir squares off against Damien Dunne of the Anit-Fun Police, and Jayde takes on former TNA Knockout Angelina Love. “The Mexican Sensation” El Ligero challenges Kip Sabian for the Kings of Flight Championship and HOPE Heavyweight Champion “All Day Smile” Ryan Smile defends his belt against Hustle Malone. In addition, CCK (Chris Brookes and Mondai Lykos) are scheduled to be in action on the night.
Southside have two shows emennating from the Ruschcliffe Arena in Nottingham on 5th, beginning with Day of Reckoning 18 in the afternoon, where Robbie X faces Blake, Adam “Flex” Maxted meets DJ Z, Bubblegum takes on Big Grizzly, El Ligero clashed with “The Modfather” Flash Morgan Webster, US stars Davey Richards and David Starr collide and the main event will be the Filthy Kliq (BT Gunn, Stevie Boy and Kay Lee Ray) against the team of Chris Tyler, Joseph Connors and Lana Austin. Menace II Society 7 follows that same evening, with the talent appearing on the afternoon show being joined by HC Dyer, Gabriel Kidd, Paul Malen and former WWE, TNA and NJPW superstar Billy Gunn. In addition, GBH (Big Grizzly and Robbie X) face Hubba Bubba Lucha (El Ligero and Martin Kirby) in the main event.
OTT ensure that both the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland are let in on the fun when it comes to their Wrestlerama show, as they are holding it at the National Stadium in Dublin on 5th and then crossing the border to repeat the effort at the Mandela Hall in Belfast on 6th. Set to appear alongside OTT regulars such as Session Moth Martina and The Kings of the North are a crop of international talent, including Joey Ryan, Candice LaRae, Matt Sydal, Jeff Cobb and true hardcore legend and icon of the Attitude Era, the one and only Mick Foley.