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SHOW IS FULLY SOLD OUT!! No More Tickets Are Available!

 

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What??!

 

Dynamic Pro Wrestling, in association with Wakefield Metropolitan Council, return Pontefract Town Hall on April 2nd with a fantastic and massive offer!! FREE WRESTLING!!!

 

Door Time: 7pm

Bell Time: 7:30pm

 

How??!

 

We are planning a blockbuster of a show to say thank you to both our present and future fans with a fantastic blow out of free wrestling!! On April 2nd we will bring our usual brand of live in ring action back to Pontefract Town Hall and will featue both the Dynamic Pro Wrestling British Champion and what will be the NEW and FIRST Dynamic Pro Wrestling Tag Team Champions alongside many of our usual roster members.

 

We will be announcing other stars to appear shortly.. so keep tuned..

 

FREE you say??!

 

For this blockbuster show ALL GENERAL ADMISSION AND FAMILY TICKETS ARE FREE WHEN PURCHASED IN ADVANCE VIA OUR WEBSITE WWW.DPWRESTLING.CO.UK And Front Row tickets are just

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As if a free show featuring some of the best talent in the UK was not enough, Dynamic Pro Wrestling can today announce even more reason to come along on April 2nd to enjoy some fantastic in ring action.

 

Dynamic Pro Wrestling earlier today took the decision to for-go a show in March, as been the norm now for the past 3 years and concentrate on making April 2nd a show not to be forgotten.

 

This means that on April 2nd Dynamic Pro Wrestling would like to invite everyone to come along for a FREE WRESTLING SHOW to help celebrate DPW : 3 YEARS OLD~!

 

Thats right! Dynamic Pro Wrestling turns 3 this coming March and we have decided that we will hold off on the celebrations until Satuday April 2nd where you will get to see the likes of El Ligero, Martin Kirby, Robbie X, the Juice CJ Banks and the DPW British champion Cameron Kraze ALL FOR NOTHING!!! (General and Family tickets are free when ordered via www.dpwrestling.co.uk before the show)

 

Even better than that, we can also announce the first matches to take place on April 2nd

 

DPW British Championship On the Line!

 

The few fans that made it to see the re-match in Ossett on our last show will know that the match between champion, Cameron Kraze and Colossus Kennedy was both heated and hard hitting. Following a brutal battle in the middle of the ring, Cameron Kraze became the first man in British wrestling to knock the monster Colossus Kennedy off his feet, something that did not pass the fans in attendance by. When the action spilled outside the ring it was a blessing for the security rails to keep the two big men at bay. As Milky, the DPW Referee, counted ever closer to 10 it seemed that both men were going to be counted out and end the bout with a draw. It was only by a last second roll into the ring that champion Cameron Kraze managed to beat the 10 count and was left standing in the ring as the winner.

 

This infuriated both the Colossus Kennedy and his manager Richie West. Grabbing the microphone, Richie again crowned Cameron Kraze as nothing but a coward, simply trying to escape the inevitable. It was then that Richie West issued a challenge to end this once and for all.. and one which Cameron Kraze was all too happy to accept.

 

Issued, Accepted, Signed and Sealed, on April 2nd 2011. Live in Pontefract Town Hall, fans will see these two great men go one on one for a final time to decide the right champion and for all. Dynamic Pro Wrestling can announce that champion Cameron Kraze will face the Colossus Kennedy with Richie West by his side, in a Last Man Standing match!!

Dynamic Pro Wrestling Tag Team Champions CROWNED!

Thats right, the tournament is finally over and along with the debut of the new Tag Team belts on april 2nd we will finally see the first ever DPW Tag Team Champions crowned as El Ligero & Bingo Ballance face off against Mad Man Manson & Martin Kirby. We have been assured by Martin Kirby that his very own personal referee, Ricc Dombriwski, will be officiating the match but we have to wonder if their personal tension has been fully resolved after a late arriving Ricc never fully explained his where abouts to an inquisitive Martin Kirby.

 

Visit WWW.DPWRESTLING.CO.UK to get your FREE tickets to this show on April 2nd and be apart of an amazing evening of family entertainment!

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and it's set up the Last Man Standing Match nicely.

 

With two big passionate guys like them in the ring too it has brutal written all over it.

 

Also.. We got some nice completed pictures of the Tag Belts today.. I gotta say they look mint :D

 

Cant wait to d

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With just over 2 weeks to go before the biggest celebration in DPW history, 3 Years Old, the hype is increasing over 2 of the biggest matches in the companies' history. Of course, these are the 2 huge championship matches, the Last Man Standing Match for the DPW British Championship, and the finals of the tournament to crown the first EVER DPW British Tag Team Champions!

 

Keeping these 2 monster clashes in mind, Dynamic Pro Wrestling are proud to announce 2 further contests just signed for 3 Years Old!

 

The first of these is the clash of a man on a roll, and an exciting debut. Since losing his British Championship, CJ Banks has been turning up the heat on his opponents, with convincing submission victories over Robbie X and Sam Bailey, since the start of 2011. Using his patented Texas Cloverleaf, Banks has looked on great form, and continues to back up his claim that he doesn't need championship gold to be called 'the best'.

 

On April 2nd, a man will stand in the way of Banks' submission streak, a man who has never appeared inside a DPW ring. That man, is 'Xtreme' Dean Allmark. Whilst Allmark's name may not be known to the DPW faithful, anyone with British wrestling knowledge on a larger scale will be aware of the credentials that this man brings to the table. An exciting, athletic and creative kickboxing champion, Allmark has made his name predominantly for All-Star Wrestling, and has also represented the UK in TNA's World X Cup, and most recently, debuted for superlative Japanese company, Dragon Gate, on their latest UK tour.

 

Armed with the deadliest feet on UK soil, Allmark will attempt to halt Banks in his tracks.

 

Speaking of deadly, another DPW debut will see terror dominate the ring, when Pontefract will witness the might, power and hate of 'Big' Dave Mastiff!

 

Mastiff has long been established as one of the most hatefilled, yet talented heavyweights in the UK, having destroyed all that's in his path. Recently announced as making his return to Pro Wrestling NOAH, and having reigned as IPW:UK British Champion for months now, battling such adversaries as Takeshi Morishima, Mastiff is certainly a force to be reckoned with!

 

Standing across the ring at 3 Years Old on April 2nd, will be one of the most popular fan favourites in DPW, Joey Hayes. Hayes was last seen Teenage Kicking his way to victory over Martin Kirby back in January, and will be looking to try and accomplish an even bigger task in 2 weeks, as he attempts to put away the monstrous Mastiff. Certainly, this classic battle of speed vs strength has the potential to steal the show on a night where an entire card full of dream matches will be going all out.

 

DPW : 3 Years Old!

 

The current card stands as:

 

Last Man Standing Match for the DPW British Championship

 

Cam Kraze

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Got my tickets sorted for this show, looking forward to it. Should be a cracking weekend since I finish at uni on the Friday for Easter, head off to Sheffield to see a friend, come back Saturday afternoon for this and then back home to Liverpool on Sunday to watch Wrestlemania with a couple of friends. There's potential to be one of the top weekends of the year.

 

It's a cracking card as well! If half the tickets are gone, looks like there'll be a good sized crowd which can only be a good thing!

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Got my tickets sorted for this show, looking forward to it. Should be a cracking weekend since I finish at uni on the Friday for Easter, head off to Sheffield to see a friend, come back Saturday afternoon for this and then back home to Liverpool on Sunday to watch Wrestlemania with a couple of friends. There's potential to be one of the top weekends of the year.

 

It's a cracking card as well! If half the tickets are gone, looks like there'll be a good sized crowd which can only be a good thing!

 

Hahaha Literally ust enveloped your tickets now fella. Should be another top night at DPW!

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