Bandido defeated David Starr and Jonathan Gresham to win the prestigious PWG Battle of Los Angeles. Rey Fénix, Penta El Zero M, Joey Janela, Brody King, Darby Allin, Jeff Cobb and Orange Cassidy were among the 24 wrestlers who participated in the 24 wrestlers tournament.
Since 2005, the Pro Wrestling Guerrilla tournament has attracted numerous famous independent wrestlers from AJ Styles and Christopher Daniels to Daniel Bryan and Kenny Omega. Ricochet is the only wrestler who won it twice. Among the notable winners of the tournament, we can quote Adam Cole, Kenny Omega, Sami Zayn, Zack Sabre Jr. and Marty Scurll.
— All Elite Wrestling (@AEWrestling) September 23, 2019
AEW has announced that “Hangman” Adam Page will be appearing live on the AEW Dynamite premiere. They teased on Twitter, “What does @theAdamPage have on his mind?” The AEW Dynamite premiere will air live from 8-10 pm ET on Wednesday, October 2 from the Capital One Arena in Washington, DC.
Below is the updated card of the show:
- Adam Page appears live
- Jon Moxley appears live
- Cody Rhodes vs. Sammy Guevara
- The Young Bucks and Kenny Omega vs. AEW World Champion Chris Jericho and two mystery partners
- Nyla Rose vs. Riho to crown the first-ever AEW Women’s Champion
- MJF vs. Brandon Cutler
Here below the brand-new episode of Being The Elite.
The latest episode of NWA Ten Pounds of Gold examines the top talents who have been assembled to create this retro forward product. National Wrestling Alliance President Billy Corgan announced in August that the brand would be bringing studio wrestling back to the mainstream from GPB Studios in Atlanta, GA.
In episode 58 of NWA Ten Pounds of Gold, Nick Aldis, Eli Drake, Jim Cornette, Billy Corgan and others talk about the importance of the National Wrestling Alliance project. How over the last two years, the stories of Tim Storm, Nick Aldis, and the Ten Pounds of Gold has set the table for this studio wrestling event happening in Atlanta, GA.
BREAKING | Eddie Kingston (@MadKing1981 is coming to Atlanta on 9/30 & 10/1…
"You have a lot of wrestlers… you don't have enough fighters… I'm a fighter…"
And he's not coming alone…
— NWA (@nwa) September 23, 2019
7 days away from the National Wrestling Alliance coming to GPB Studios in Atlanta, GA on September 30 and October 1, a new talent stepped forward. Eddie Kingston, aka The King, announced, You have a lot of wrestlers… you don’t have enough fighters… I’m a fighter…” And he’s not coming alone…
Best known for his time in Impact Wrestling, The Mad King has worked for Chikara, AAW Wrestling, Combat Zone Wrestling, Independent Wrestling Association Mid-South, Pro Wrestling Guerrilla, and Ring of Honor. Kingston is considered one of the best American Indie wrestlers of all time and a true veteran of the ring wars as time wore on. According to sources, “everything he does seems 100% convincing and authentic to the point of being recognized as one of the best sellers in the business right now.”
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