Starting our coverage this week, Northeast Wrestling bring us WrestleFest 22 on Friday from Wilby High School, Connecticut. The show will see Tenille Dashwood wrestling Deonna Purrazzo, as well as appearances from Matt Riddle, Rey Mysterio, The Young Bucks, Mark Henry, Mick Foley and many many more. All information can be found on their website.
On Saturday, American Combat Wrestling present Luck of the Irish at The Gulf View Centre in Florida. Saieve Al Sabah defends his ACW Combat title against Eddie Taurus, Jake Jones wrestles Logan Creed and Hunter Law challenges Snoop Strikes for the ACW Cruiserweight Championship. All information can be found over at WWN Live.
Battle Club Pro host their next show, Welcome to War this Saturday in New Jersey. The Ugly Ducklings go against The Diamond Dogs, Su Yung wrestles Jessicka Havok and Shane Mercer battles Danny Maff. Tickets and all other info can be found on their website.
In Texas, Old School Wrestling Inc. have their Wrestlebowl 2018 show on Saturday at the MCM Elegante Odessa. A big show for the promotion as we will see the final of the OSW Championship tournament where Jason Erra and Chris Wolfe collide to see who comes away with the title. Everything you need to know can be found here.
A big show for Primal Conflict Wrestling on Saturday as they host Rise Up: 11th Anniversary Event on Saturday in Harpers Ferry, West Virginia. In the main event Ken Dixon puts his PCW Heavyweight title on the line against Sean Studd, Fenix Fury wrestles Drolix and Napalm battles Gory. Visit their website for all information.
Our UK coverage begins this week in Brighton for Riptide Wrestling, who present two shows this week with Brighton Spirit on Friday and Saturday at The Brighthelm Centre. Matches for both shows include Aussie Open vs South Pacific Power Trip, Chris Brookes wrestling Jonah Rock, Jimmy Havoc vs Trent Seven and Millie McKenzie against Tyler Bate. Tickets for both shows are available here.
In Leeds this weekend, Rise Wrestling present Blackout at the Boom at the Temple of Boom. The show will include a series of matches with the winners competing in a fatal four way later in the night to crown a number one contender. The matches include Sean Only against Amir Jordan, Danny Darko vs Dom York, Saxon Huxley wrestling Little Joe and Big Joe battling Michael Caden in a hardcore rules match. Visit their website for all information.
Scottish promotion, Discovery Wrestling host their next show on Sunday at the Jam House in Edinburgh. The best talent in Scotland will be on show as BT Gunn collides with Joe Coffey, Michael Chase wrestles Ravie Davie, and there will also be appearances from MVP, Joe Hendry, Viper, Session Moth Martina and many more. Visit their website for everything you need to know.
On the other side of the UK, Kamikaze Pro hold Shots Fired on Sunday from the Cadbury Club in Birmingham. Gabriel Kidd defends the Relentless Division Championship against White Tiger, Jonah Rock continues his UK tour as he competes against El Ligero and Chris Ridgeway wrestles Speedball Mike Bailey. Tickets for the show can be found here and all out information can be found on their Facebook page.
One of the big guns on the UK scene, Rev Pro host another Live at the Cockpit show on Sunday. Flash Morgan Webster wrestles Adam Brooks in what promises to a hell of a match from two of the finest high flyers currently working in the UK. Tickets are available here and all other info can be found on their website.
A lot of action in Germany this week. Starting with WXW as they continue the build towards the 16 Carat Gold Tournament with their We Love Wrestling Tour 2018 in Gotha on Friday and Hoyerswerda on Saturday. Matches for both shows include Bad Bones vs Speedball Mike Bailey and Timothy Thatcher against Marius Al Ahni. Tickets and everything else can be found here.
The German Wrestling Federation present a double show on Saturday with Chaos City 3 & Womens Wrestling Revolution in Huxleys Neue Welt in Berlin. Womens Wrestling Revolution takes place in the afternoon before Chaos City 3 in the evening. The women' show includes Blue Nikita challenging Katey Harvey for the GWF Womens Championship and Kaitlin Daimon wrestles Laura Di Matteo. The night show sees Muskel-Kater battle against New Wave and Chris Colen vs Splitter. Visit the GWF website for all other information.
New European Championship Wrestling next show Retribution is this Saturday at the N.E.W Hotspot, Der Wrestlingtreffpunkt. NECW will be holding their TV Tapings here with talents such as Iestyn Rees, Juvenile X, T.K.O and many other top German talents. Tickets can be purchased here and information on how to watch can be found here.
Also in Europe, Hungarian Championship Wrestling host Vendetta on Sunday in Budapest. Audrey Bride wrestles Zafar Ameen and there will be a tagteam roulette match. Tickets can be found here.
Rest of the World
In Canada on Saturday, Border City Wrestling present March Breakdown 2018 at St Clair College, Windsor Ontario. The stars of Impact wrestling are back for BCW as there will be appearances from Alberto El Patron, Trevor Lee, Braxton Sutter, Petey Williams as well as BCW regulars Cody Deaner, Aiden Prince and Brent Banks. Tickets all other information can be found over on their website
Lutte NSPW are back with Freak Show this Saturday at The Centre Horizon in Quebec. Sinn Bodhi goes to war with Markus Burke in a Carnival Death Match, Dylan Bostic defends the Combat TV Championship against Pee Wee and Marko Estrada wrestles Michael Style. Find out how to watch and purchase tickets here.
From Canada to Chile as Legion Neuva Era present Recargo 2018 on Saturday in Teatro Novedades. Sinner defends his championship against Anrko and Guanchulo in a three way and Atemista wrestles Montoya. Visit their website for all information.
We end our coverage this week in Japan with Zero 1 who host their next show this Sunday from Korakuen Hall, Tokyo. Akira Kitamura wrestles Yoshikazu Yokoyama, Sean Guiness defends Zero 1 World Junior Heavyweight title against Isami Kodaka, and Yosaku Obata puts his World title on the line against Kohei Sato. Information can be found here.
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