Category Archive: Article

May 29

#TBT : Preston City Wrestling Supershow -Festive Fury by Dave Bodymore

Welcome to the first BritWres Blog Throwback Thursday, where we will feature a review of a show from years gone by. With this weekend seeing Preston City Wrestling present their fourth Supershow, we are rewinding back to Sunday December 9th and the first PCW Supershow. The two card event featured appearances from Chris Masters, U-Gene …

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Apr 20

BritWres Round Up Issue #2 By Dave Bodymore

Well here we are again! It’s the second in our weekly round ups of all the news and results for the last week in British Wrestling. We start this week with Preston City Wrestling who made several announcements for Supershow 4 which will run over May 30th and 31st. They announced that Mad Man Manson …

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Apr 12

BritWresRoundUp by Dave Bodymore

Welcome to the first of our weekly round ups of all the goings on in British wrestling. Each week we will bring you all the match news results and talking points from around the United Kingdom. We start this week with Revolution Pro Wrestling, who have announced that they will have 6 man tag team …

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Mar 14

Supermen: A story of British Wrestlers documentary review by Dave Bodymore

Throughout the 60s, 70s and 80s British Wrestling was a leader in the world wrestling market, producing some of the best wrestlers in the world. Over the years the American style has taken over and this has turned what was once a thriving industry into a niche market. But this has not stopped plenty of …

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Mar 12

IPW:UK Zack vs Hero DVD review by Dave Bodymore

IPW:UK’s latest DVD release see’s them debut at The Angel Centre in¬†Tonbridge Wells with all 3 titles on the line and 2 huge International Singles matches. The show opens with the All England tite on the line as the champion, and Peter Pan of British Wrestling, Jonny Storm defends his gold against Mark Haskins and …

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Feb 01

‘Progress Wrestling: Chapter 10 Glory Follows Virtue As If It Were Its Shadow’ review by Dave Bodymore

  Each time Progress wrestling run a show they continue to get better and better and ‘Chapter 10: Glory Follows Virtue As If It Were Its Shadow’ was certainly no different. The show opened with the debuting Mikey Whiplash taking on wXw unified champion Tommy End. The pair gave us a fantastic, back and forth …

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Sep 09

The Evolution of British Wrestling by Dave Bodymore

1988, the year British Wrestling lost its place on mainstream television. British Wrestling was once a staple of the public’s television viewing, but why did it get taken from its TV slot and how has it evolved since then? If you were to ask a person in the street most wouldn’t be able to name …

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Aug 23

The C-Bomb by Adam Curtis

*DISCLAIMER* The below thoughts are those solely of Adam Curtis and do not represent the thoughts or opinions of BritWres Blog, BritWre Chat or any other member of the team. ¬†We chose to give Adam a platform to talk about what he wanted, this is what we got. You know, for the first time in …

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Jul 06

Callum Murray – BWR24 The 2nd – By Robert Shade

Callum Murray is an eleven year old boy who from a very young age has been a fervent wrestling fan. When he was very young he first started out by watching both WWE Raw and Smackdown shows together with his Mum and Dad and as time progressed he then started to branch out into viewing …

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