The Wrestling Forecast – 31st October to 6th November 2016

New all-female promotion British Bombshells make their debut on Wednesday 2nd with Rise of the Falling Angels, from the Belle Isle WMC in Leeds. Headlining the show will be a British Bombshells title match between Miss Roxie and Ruby Summers, and also scheduled to appear are Xia Brookside, Violet O’Hara, Lizzie Styles and Lana Austin.

The ICW Road to Fear & Loathing Tour rolls on with another four dates, beginning with Pray For Mojo at the Cardiff Tramshed on Thursday 3rd, followed by In Your Face Space Coyote at the Wulfrun Hall in Wolverhampton on Friday 4th, then on to the London Brooklyn Bowl on Saturday 5th for Scotchtoberfest and finally at the O2 Academy Leicester with I Hope They Kill That Iron Yuppie. ICW regulars Wolfgang, Jack Jester, Lionheart, Grado, Drew Galloway, Kay Lee Ray, Stevie Boy, Davey Blaze, Joe Hendry and Kenny Williams are scheduled to appear alongside an extensive list of talent from around the UK and beyond, including Lucha Underground regular Matt Cross, Iestyn Rees, Wild Boar, Trent Seven, Sha Samuels and the returning Jimmy Havoc.

Elsewhere on Friday 4th the unconventional people at ATTACK! Pro Wrestling take over the Bristol Trinity centre for their fourth annual Halloween outing, appropriately titled Goosebumps IV. No details were available at the time of writing, but judging by the off-the-wall style of the company’s previous offerings and the exhortation to make sure that you come along in fancy dress, one can only imagine what they have in store for fans in attendance on the night.

IPW:UK present Brawl In The Hall 2016 at the Tonbridge Angel Centre on Sunday 6th, with former WWE superstar Adam Rose taking on “Liverpool’s No.1” Zach Gibson and a supporting card featuring The London Riots, IPW:UK Tag Team Champions The Swords of Essex, IPW:UK All England Champion “Smooth” Sammy Smooth and IPW:UK World Champion Jimmy Havoc.

Also on Sunday 6th, Revolution Pro are at the UKP Leisure Centre in Sittingbourne for an as of yet untitled show, which despite the absence of a catchy name, should feature some action worth the price of admission, as names scheduled to appear include “The Villain” Marty Scurll, “The Bruiserweight” Pete Dunne, Joel Redman and Ryan Smile.

 

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