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post #111 of 1073 (permalink) Old 02-17-2013, 06:56 AM
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post #112 of 1073 (permalink) Old 02-17-2013, 07:16 AM
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What's the connection between RPW and IPW:UK? I'm asking because their sites are almost the same, and there's this: http://revolutionThis Site is Blocke...r-sizzler-2012 AND http://www.ipwuk.com/results/2012/08...r-sizzler-2012
Only just seen this

Basically IPW:UK was owned by 2 partners. They split and one of them kept promoting under the IPW:UK banner and the other under the RPW banner. Both promotions recognise the IPW:UK history though so RPW isn't really a new promotion. It's IPW:UK under a new name and IPW:UK is now a small local promotion running smaller shows and RPW has the big names brought in that IPW:UK used to have. Long story, short IPW:UK is now essentially called RPW.

Seeing as the thread's bumped 4FW March shows look super bossy:
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at some of those matches.

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Basically IPW:UK was owned by 2 partners. They split and one of them kept promoting under the IPW:UK banner and the other under the RPW banner. Both promotions recognise the IPW:UK history though so RPW isn't really a new promotion. It's IPW:UK under a new name and IPW:UK is now a small local promotion running smaller shows and RPW has the big names brought in that IPW:UK used to have. Long story, short IPW:UK is now essentially called RPW.



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I'm going to go to the Friday 4FW show, looks really awesome. Omega/Sabre Jr could be off the charts.
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post #115 of 1073 (permalink) Old 02-20-2013, 05:04 AM
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Just to update you all, went to the House of Pain Wrestling event at Donington last weekend and really really enjoyed it.... so did the wife!

Really put together very well, introduced the commentators, mics kept playin up which was bit awkward then harvey dale explained the rules to people who had never been before which thought was a nice touch

then there was first few matches, french and german fella's being the stereo typical anti british heels.

crowd (of about 50) seemed into it and clapped and cheered / booed in right places

wrestling was of a good standard and didnt see any botches, it seemed the expereinced wrestlers were putting over the new wrestlers from their academy which was surprising to see.

all the staff, helpers seemed really nice and friendly and for 6 was brilliant family entertainment

well done HOP Wrestling!!!
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Anyone going to any of the Dragon Gate UK shows this weekend or The Dynamite Kid Experience on Sunday?
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post #117 of 1073 (permalink) Old 02-22-2013, 06:54 AM
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No mate, whats it like as a company any good?

Have you been to many shows?
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Totally forgot about the Dragon Gate weekend. Sucks Generico isn't on the cards anymore. Has the replacement been announced? Hopefully it's someone great to face Ricochet and Tozawa. Shows look much weaker with no PAC. Main events should all rule though with the UK crowd.

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The DGUK website still lists Generico's slot as TBA. To be honest, his absence is the reason I'm not bothering. Tickets are available on the door for all three shows.

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Sabre/Omega?

Are there any major events that take place during June/July? I might be in the UK and I'm going to make it worth my while, this time. Especially if there's a hint of Sabre/Omega leveled epicness. Though if I do come up I'll most probably try slot in an WXW event, too. It's a pity both 16 Carat and this show are in March.



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