Jazzy Gabert, who chose not to renew her NXT UK contract earlier this year, has announced she’s starting her own promotion in Germany, Sirius Sports Entertainment. “I can announce that I will promote my very own show on April 19 in Germany,” she told Wrestletalk. “It’s not a typical wrestling show, it’s sports entertainment and inspired by the musical, Rocky. Its called SIRIUS Sports Entertainment. On April 19 there will be a press conference on Facebook and Instagram where I present to you the heavyweight championship made by Top Rope Belts.” So far Sirius has announced several big European stars, including former Westside Xtreme Wrestling (wXw) World Champion “Bad Bones” Jon Klinger, Arrows of Hungary, Kris Wolf, Tristan Archer, and more.

MLW CEO Court Bauer revealed that Kevin Ku has signed with MLW. Kevin Ku is a frequent regular with Nashville’s Southern Underground Pro (SUP), where Violence is Forever, the team of Ku and Dominic Garrini, is the tag team champions. The duo has also appeared for Pro Wrestling Freedoms (PWF), Beyond Wrestling, Black Label Pro, ACTION Wrestling, and Canada’s Capital City Championship Combat (C4). They also made their European debut in Germany with Westside Xtreme Wrestling (wXw) in 2019’s wXw World Tag Team Festival.

Impact star Ethan Page announced that Alpha-1 Wrestling will be joining the Impact Plus app, starting with the show Deadly Encounter. It was also announced that on March 22, Impact will be invading Alpha-1. The upcoming event is called This Is The Way.

Ethan Page founded the promotion in 2010. Past champions include AEW stars Orange Cassidy, MJF, and Joey Janela, former WWE star Luke Harper, WWE star Curt Hawkins, and Impact Wrestling star Michael Elgin.


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By Steph Franchomme

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