The 8th matchup for OWE UK Day Two will see three tremendous athletes compete in what will surely become a highlight match of the year. Robbie X, OJMO and Scotty Davis will face off in the same ring on September 19, live from the Dome in London.

When we interviewed Scotty Davis last year, he told us “any bookings I’ve received has been through hard work and I feel people recognise the hard work and dedication I put in especially over the past few weeks.” The Supreme Suplex Machine Scotty Davis has a background in Freestyle Wrestling, having started at age 6, being a 7x Irish Champion, a 3x British Champion and has won various lower-level championships. In 2017, at Road To Scrappermania 3, Davis debuted for OTT against fellow debutant Conor Andrews.

Outside of Ireland, Davis has started to make a mark in the UK on TNT IGNition, Pro Wrestling Clash, Fight Club: PRO, Frontline and Wrestle Gate. According to sources, “If we could give points on potential Scotty would be a definite ten. He’s simply one of the most exciting young wrestlers in the world right now, and he’s being handled to perfection by OTT. Scotty is incredibly versatile and already appears able to match up with pretty much anyone and put on a real show. He’s athletic but technical, he’s charismatic, yet works his arse off in the ring. Scotty might just be the next big thing.”

Robbie X started training at the age of 12 with 1PW, his trainers were Keith Myatt and Tommy Boyce. Since then he has had other trainers from all over the UK, including international stars such as SJK, Kid Kash, Doug Basham, Tracy Smothers, Chris Hamrick and more. He wrestled his first professional match in 2007. He has since become a professional athlete, wrestling for different companies all over the UK, such as 1PW, PW:101, SWE, ATTACK, Defiant, Kamikaze Pro, IPW:UK, FCP and many more. He’s a former 4-time ATTACK 24:7 Champion, 2-time SWE Tag Team Champions and 3-time SWE Speed King Champion. Robbie X has had the honour of wrestling international star Kid Kash at the age of 15 and, since then, he has wrestled the top wrestlers in the UK, like El Ligero, ‘The Juice’ CJ Banks, Martin Kirby, Kris Travis, Joey Hayes, his original trainer Keith Myatt, Damian Dunne and PAC, among many others.

Popular in RevPro and PROGRESS, Oku has taken on some of the best in the world over the course of his relatively short career besting the likes of El Phantasmo and Shigehiro Irie in singles competition. He has also had clashes with Shingo Takagi, Kip Sabian and PAC during his time with RevPro. OJMO has been trained by Darrell Allen and Eddie Dennis and is seen utilising the Half Crab and other technical based offence but when push comes to shove, he can brawl with the rest of them. He has been praised as someone with a lot of potential and the OWE UK tournament may just be the next place for him to showcase his talent.

To reply to the many requests for multi-day tickets for both venues in the UK tour, OWE UK decided to create passes for the 2 London shows and 3 Liverpool shows. A 5-day pass for all OWE UK shows is also available. Passes holders will have the chance to attends some meet & greets. The tour will be taking place from September 18th-22nd. For more information on the company and tickets, be sure to check out their Twitter and their website here.

Images courtesy of OWE, OWE UK, OJMO, OTT, Fight For Destiny, Defiant, Robbie X and Scotty Davis