The Indy Corner ‘Episode 48’ No Audio, Just LOADS of info

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Hi guys, there’s not that much news around this week so with Adam away rather than do a show on my own, I’ll just rundown a list of things here and we’ll be back next week where we’ll both talk about PROGRESS Chapter 9 that takes place this coming Sunday and I’m sure Adam will talk about the IPW-UK show from last Sunday which saw Chris Hero return to the UK to face Zack Sabre Jr.

However, there will be some audio uploaded this week this will be an interview with Eddie Kingston from a while back. The Indy Corner has had a few incarnations and one was when I used to do the show with Duckman of the MFX Podcast. I organised the interview but it was pretty much conducted by Duckman so look for that on your iTunes or Stitcher feed and of course over at http://theindycorner.podomatic.com

I’d just better post the results for the IPW-UK show for those who missed them –

1. Jonny Storm retained the All-England title over Marty Scurll & Mark Haskins

2. Rampage Brown defeated Kris Travis

*Earls Court: Danny Garnell comes out and challenges Earl Jonathan Windsor to a match, Windsor attacks Garnell and chokes him with a tie*

3. Danny Garnell defeated Earl Jonathan Windsor

4. Dave Mastiff defeated Prince Devitt

5. IPW-UK champion Paul Robinson defeated The Mexican Eagle

6. The London Riots WIN the IPW-UK tag team titles from The Bhangra Knights after Darrell Allen turned on RJ Singh

7. Zack Sabre Jr. defeated Chris Hero

So on with the news; In an Indy Corner EXCLUSIVE we can announce that the winner of the February 22nd rematch between ‘Dynamite’ Pete Dunne & El Ligero at Kamikaze Pro’s ‘Hostile takeover’ will face former WWE star Trent Baretta at Project K on March 8th – Tickets for both these events can be purchased over at http://ringsideworld.co.uk

The first show of a STACKED weekend of wrestling here in the UK will see Infinite Promotions return with ‘Mersey Beatdown II’ live from Liverpool city Centre at The Dome in Grand Central Hall. The card is as follows; Infinite Champion CJ Banks vs El Ligero,  The Indy 500 vs Davey Blaze & Andy Wild, Zack Gibson vs Rampage Brown, ‘Baseball Bat on a Pole – Loser Leaves Liverpool’ match Sam Bailey vs Bubblegum, ‘Gauntlet’ match Babyface Pitbull vs The Council and in a 4-way match T-Bone vs Dylan Roberts vs Tim Wylie vs Cyanide. For tickets head over to http://www.infinitepromotions.co.uk

This Sunday is Triple X Wrestling’s ‘Clusterfuck III’ coming from Club M in Coventry. It has been announced that Jonathan Gresham, Damian Dunne, Chris Brookes, Eddie Dennis, Tyler Bate, Scott Grimm, Big Grizzly, Terry Seddon, Scotty Essex & Local Jobber #2 will compete in the third annual Clusterfuck match

Also announced, Triple X Heavyweight champion Devilman will be defending against Wild Boar, ‘Dynamite’ Pete Dunne vs Zack Sabre Jr, Flash Morgan Webster vs Mark Andrews, The Hunter Brothers vs The Henchmen and Kieran Young vs Dave Mercy. For tickets, head over to http://triplexwrestling.bigcartel.com

Futureshock who celebrate 10 years as a promotion this year return on January 26th with Futureshock 72, announced matches are as follows – Zack ‘Diamond’ Gibson & Jack Gallagher vs Cyanide & T-Bone, James Drake of The Blackpool Blondes vs Joey Hayes of The Models, Ryan Hendricks vs Joe Vega and the latest match announced, Xander Cooper vs Simon Valour. Head over to http://futureshockwrestling.co.uk for further details of the show.

Followers of The Indy Corner facebook page may of seen a post I put up recently where I stated I may have something British, more so Futureshock fans may be interested in well I am going to keep you guessing a little bit more, it is a competition and when Adam is back next week we’ll announce what the prize is and what you need to do to enter it.

And ANOTHER show that will take place on the 26th will be ICW’s annual Square Go, matches announced for this one, of course there is the annual Square Go, a 30 man over the top rope battle royal where 5 random entrants will be given weapons. Onto not so crazy matches, ICW Heavyweight Champion Jack Jester will defend against Prince Devitt, in a 30 minute Iron Man match Joe Coffey will take on James Scott and Andy Wild will take on Jackie Polo.

Fight Club: PRO of course return on Friday 31st of January at The Planet in Wolverhampton with ‘Resolution’, announced for the show is The Hunter Brothers taking on the returning ‘Dynamite’ Pete Dunne and the debuting ‘White Lightning’ Mark Andrews, also announced, former champion MK McKinnan will be taking on Wild Boar. Both these contests should be great. I expect 2 more matches to be announced before the show but if you can, try and make it to Fight Club: PRO if you have not been before.

Great Bear Promotions return on February 15th with their next show ‘Hamburger Hinderer’ at Sandbach Town Hall, Sandbach, they have recently announced that the returning Jonathon Gresham will be facing Joshua Bodom, this should be a very exciting match indeed. Other matches on the show are CJ Banks vs Zack Sabre Jr  and Great Bear Grand Champion Damon Leigh defending against Chris Brookes. Seriously, Banks vs Sabre Jr has all the potential to be a match of the year contender, both guys are amazing workers.

PCW have been announcing more stuff for the Feb 28th/March 1St Road To Glory shows, so far in the RTG tournament first round we’ll see Chris Hero vs Noam Dar, Grado vs Dave Rayne, Dave Mastiff vs Jonathan Gresham, Kris Travis vs Martin Kirby, Joey Hayes vs Robbie X & The Godfather vs Bubblegum. And in a tag team match current PCW tag team Champions Team Single (Rampage Brown & T-Bone) will face Lionheart & AJ Styles, these are what have been announced as of writing this, on night 2 of course, PCW champion Lionheart will defend his title against AJ Styles and we’ll see the conclusion of the RTG tournament.

PCW have also announced that former WWE superstar Juventud Guerrera will be making an appearances for them at the 4th Supershow on May 30th & 31st

On a final PCW note, they now offer an on demand service which you can find right here – http://vimeo.com/prestoncitywrestling

The Scottish Wrestling Alliance will be holding a Scotland vs England show on February 21st up in Govan, this show titled ‘The War of Independence’ will be run in conjunction with IPW-UK. Already announced was The Coffey Brothers (Mark & Joe) vs The London Riots and just announced, Lewis Girvin will take on Jonathan Gresham. For those who are not familiar with Girvin, he had a stellar 2013 which saw him pick up wins over Ultimo Dragon, Zack Sabre Jr, Chuck Taylor & Super Crazy. If you’re up in Scotland and can make it to this show please do. Head over to http://ringsideworld.co.uk and search for SWA Zero-1.

Premier British Wrestling also up in Scotland have announced that on March 21st Ricochet will be facing Kris Travis, also on the show will be Sonjay Dutt, Jay Lethal & Joe E. Legend along with the talented PBW roster.

Usually on the podcast we always start with Southside news, there’s not much at all around this week but today I saw that Southside and Kris Travis were mentioned on Ring of Honor’s website in a little piece about Tommaso Ciampa’s impending tour of the UK. Ciampa will be facing Travis at Battle of the Egos 4 where Ciampa’s ROH TV title will be on the line. This is great coverage for Travis and Southside. See the article here – http://tinyurl.com/SouthsideROH 

Kay Lee Ray has been announced as the number 9 entrant into the 2014 Speed King tournament joining Petey Williams, Mark Andrews, Martin Kirby, MK McKinnan, AR Fox, Robbie X, El Ligero & Noam Dar. Later tonight after this has been posted they will be announcing a match for Risky Business that features an international star – Tickets for this show and others can be purchased over at http://southsidewrestling.co.uk where you can also get your hands on the great DVD’s released by Southside.

March 29th Superstars of Wrestling will be presenting ‘SuperClash’ coming from GL1 Gloucester Leisure Centre, booked to appear – include former WWE star Matt Striker, Phil Powers, Paul Tyrell, Flatliner, Superstar Sanders, Matt Jarrett, Jimmy Meadows, Jace Da Ace, Marty Scurll, Danny Collins and Hollywood Stuntman Luke Hawx and let’s not forget, Jushin ‘Thunder’ Liger will be in action vs Roy Bevis and NWA World champion Satoshi Kojima will be facing Rampage Brown. Head over to the facebook page here http://tinyurl.com/SuperClash

And to round things off, not much of a chance at all of getting a ticket but this Sunday, PROGRESS Wrestling will be bring us Chapter 11 ‘To Fight War, You Must Become War’ from The Garage in Islington, both of us from The Indy Corner should be in attendance and we’re expecting ONCE AGAIN an excellent show from PROGRESS, this is the card; PROGRESS Champion Jimmy Havoc vs Zack Sabre Jr, Flash Morgan Webster vs Josh Bodom in the Natural Progression Series 2014, The Swords of Essex (Paul Robinson & Will Ospreay) vs FSU (Mark Andrews & Eddie Dennis), Screw Indy Wrestling (Nathan Cruz & Mark Haskins) vs STIXX & Dave Mastiff, both of these matches will be part of the PROGRESS Tag Team Tournament, Rampage Brown vs Tommy End and for the 3rd time in PROGRESS both returning after a while away El Ligero will square off against Noam Dar.

So that’s it guys, as I said, we’ll be back next week with an actual podcast so look out for that Eddie Kingston interview on the relevant feeds, I hope you enjoy it.

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