Whether you see them as the new kids on the block or the enfant terrible of Britwres, WCPW have certainly made waves in the short time that they’ve been on the scene, and in the build up to their major PPV event that will take place later in the year, they have announced their final show beforehand for Thursday 15th September at the Newcastle O2 Academy. General entry to the show is priced at a mere £5, which is utterly incredible when you consider that the line-up includes Drew Galloway, Big Damo, Doug Williams, Joe Hendry, Joseph Connors, Joe Coffey, El Ligero, Martin Kirby, Nixon Newell, Jason Prime and many others not named at the time of writing.

Galloway, Damo and Joe Coffey are joined by the latter’s brother Mark, Grado and Jack Jester on Friday 16th at Clydebank Town Hall for SWA’s Homecoming show to complete a loaded card of Scottish wrestling talent.

Elsewhere on the 16th, VII Pro Wrestling presents Fight Forever at Dawley Town Hall. Chris Brooks defends the VII Pro Wrestling Young Lions Championship, Jinny and Sierra Loxton team up against Nixon Newell and Dahlia Black, Wild Boar meets Travis Banks and “The Bruiserweight” Pete Dunne puts the VII Pro Wrestling Championship on the line against challenger Tyler Bate.

Teaming with Wales Comic Con, PCW makes their Welsh debut at Wrexham’s Liquid nightclub on Sunday 16th with Wrexhamania. PCW regulars such as Joey Hayes, Dean Allmark, Sha Samuels, Dave Mastiff, Lionheart, Bubblegum and reigning PCW Heavyweight Champion Noam Dar will be joined by the likes of Drew Galloway, Iestyn Rees and Wrestle-1’s Kazma Sakamoto.

Ending the week on Sunday 18th is Jimmy Havoc Presents……Wrestling, an event for the benefit of the eponymous British grappler who has been sidelined for some time now with serious injuries. The event will take the form of a tournament on the night, with Mickey Whiplash, Viper and legendary British veteran the Iceman coming out of retirement to compete, and many more to be named before the date of the show. Tickets for this are strictly 18+ only and are priced at £10 and also offer those attending the chance to make a contribution towards the recovery of a British hardcore icon who has put his body on the line countless times over the past decade in the name of entertaining the fans.