WCPW continue their tradition of bringing a string of big name imports into the mix with the British talent at Delete: WCPW, at the Harvey Haddon Sports Village in Nottingham on 30th November. Former WWE, AAA and Lucha Underground superstar Alberto Del Rio joins Joe Hendry, El Ligero, Martin Kirby, Rampage Brown, Joe Coffey, Jason Prime and WCPW Champion Joseph Connors on the card. But the undoubted star attraction comes in the form of “Broken” Matt Hardy, who brings his unique brand of insanity to the proceedings.

Hardy returns for the same company a mere twenty-four hours later at WCPW: Loaded at the Newcastle O2 Academy, on 1st December, with the same supporting cast of British talent, but unfortunately no Del Rio.

Not to be outdone, either in terms of star-power or number of dates, BCW presents No Blood, No Sympathy 2016, which takes place over two nights, firstly at the Ballerup Civic Centre in Glasgow on 2nd December and then at the Kilmarnock Grand Hall on 3rd. Matches announced for the second night include Kenny Williams defending the BCW Openweight Championship against Bubblegum, BT Gunn being challenged for the BCW Heavyweight title by Steve Xavier, and Drew Galloway taking on “Broken” Matt Hardy. Also, scheduled to appear are Reby Sky, “Iron Man” Joe Coffey and “The Villain” Marty Scurll.

Elsewhere on 2nd December, HOPE take over the Forest Town Arena in Mansfield for Evolution #41: Coz Mama We Came To Dance, featuring veteran “The Anarchist” Doug Williams, Jack Jester and L J Heron.

GRAPPLE continue their residency at Fibbers nightclub in York on 3rd December, where Liam Slater takes on Ricky J McKenzie, CJ Banks faces Davis Graves and Martin Kirby meets “Bhangra Bad Boy” Amir Jordan. Also, scheduled to appear are “Mexican Sensation” El Ligero, JC Thunder and York’s own “Hot-Blooded” Dom Black.

And finally, this week, IPW:UK look the next generation of talent with the aptly named Future #21 on 4th December at the White Oak Leisure centre in Swanley. Scott Star makes his first defence of the IWP All England title against Brandon Croft and IPW:UK Heavyweight Champion Jimmy Havoc is scheduled to see action in the ring. But the main attraction comes in the form of the annual Future Rumble match, in which the established names on the IPW:UK roster compete alongside the newest rookies, many of whom will be making their in-ring debuts on that very night.


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