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WAW Wrestling returns to the leisure centre Station Rd Dereham NR19 1DF Sunday 27th February 6-30pm Belltime.

 

Making his debut will be local lad Scott Gray who will be tagging with his friend and football team mate Zebra Kid. against the super heavy tag team of Karl Kramer and Ricky Knight. other stars confirmed so far are,

 

Gorgan

Zak Zodiac

Scott Fusion

Liberty

Destiny

Aron Frost

Aaron Sharpe

 

more to follow

 

Tickets for this event are

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WAW Wrestling returns to the leisure centre Station Rd Dereham NR19 1DF Sunday 27th February 6-30pm Belltime.

 

Making his debut will be local lad Scott Gray who will be tagging with his friend and football team mate Zebra Kid. against the super heavy tag team of Karl Kramer and Ricky Knight. other stars confirmed so far are,

 

Gorgan

Zak Zodiac

Scott Fusion

Britani Knight

Destiny

Aron Frost

Aaron Sharpe

 

more to follow

 

Tickets for this event are

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taken from wawff, credit goes to the caretaker

 

In only their second visit to Dereham in recent years, WAW have put together an exceptional card of professional wrestling. A few comments below.

 

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Aaron sharpe beat Aron frost.

Gorgan beat TJ Daniels and Sam knee in alaskan tag match.

Scott fusion went to a 20mins draw with Alex Young

Destiny beat Liberty

Zebra kid and Canary kid beat Ricky Knight and Karl Krammer, after Karl turned on Ricky and told him he had been well paid again and the faction was coming. Also Canary Kid took the top rope Krammer splash.

 

report from caretaker to follow

 

Results courtesy of Flash WAWFF

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WAW East Dereham Sunday 27th February 2011.

 

WAW returned to the Dereham Leisure Centre with a very strong five match card. The in-ring (and sometimes out of ring) action was well up to the usual high standards set by WAW and by the end of the show a number of questions were left unanswered.

 

The WAWCC chose to kick off proceedings with the eagerly awaited return clash between Aron Frost and Aaron Sharpe. This was a far less tense, but no less aggressive, confrontation than their previous classic at The Legion and both men’s work and workrate was exceptional, with Sharpe as bad tempered as ever. The honours were about even when Frost’s leg became entangled in the top two ropes after he was knocked off the turnbuckle by Sharpe, who quickly took advantage of an obviously badly hurt opponent to take the only score by submission.The attack by Sharpe on a still prone Frost after the win was announced was totally unnecessary and soured a good win.

An impressive opener well appreciated by those who enjoy quality wrestling.

 

The promised bout between the Polish bruiser Gorgan and T J Daniels actually materialised as an Alaskan Tag Match with special rules. T J was joined by Sam Knee with the stipulation that Gorgan (accompanied by the omnipresent Mr Tommy Lee) had to score against both opponents to win whereas TJ and Sam only had to secure one score to win the match. When the bout commenced with Gorgan facing TJ it soon became obvious that the change of match type was a smart decision and certainly gave the fans a better contest to watch. TJ, being very much the lighter man, was consistently being out outgunned by a wrestler who doesn’t take prisoners. Sam Knee, despite an unusually higher level of interference from Lee than normal, managed to hold the team together with another powerful showing which at times had the masked star reeling. Knee was finally slowed by a low blow, which earned the masked star a public warning. Gorgan took the first pin against TJ, and followed up by pinning him twice more. It took referee Joe Penny quite some time to convince Gorgan that he had to pin Knee to win the match. Sam again went on the offensive forcing Gorgan to take a number of two counts, but as at North Walsham last week, he became overconfident and walked onto a face full of Gorgan’s right boot. The resulting pin was a mere formality. No shortage of rugged action in this one.

After the match Solomon (try typing that when your p*ssed!), who had been watching the match from the third row, came to the ring once Gorgan was on the arena floor and attacked Tommy Lee, who took a murderous looking bump in the centre of the ring. Gorgan then returned blind side of Solomon and counter-attacked, in the resulting mayhem the masked man is sent flying out of the ring over the top rope, where he stays whilst Solomon issues a formal challenge to wrestle him. Counter-threats were then issued by a rather pained looking Lee that Solomon needed to “watch his back” from now on, to which Solomon responds with the suggestion that Tommy Lee has lead Gorgan down a route where he has bitten off more than he will be able to chew. An excellent match, with an unexpected finish to the proceedings.

 

In the the third bout Scott Fusion faced Alex Young again in their third head-to-head in recent weeks. This confrontation between champions was, once again, an explosive match and probably the best of the trio to date. Another highly charged, all action face off between two men who certainly are not on one another’s Christmas card list. With the last two minutes remaining Scott opened up an all out assault on Young but just could not get the required pin. Real edge of seat stuff, with the result a time limit draw. A faultless contest, and my match of the night.

 

The Ladies featured in the fourth contest, With Destiny taking on the young star Liberty. The first five minutes saw the two ladies wrestle a relatively clean and technically sound match, until Destiny decided to kick off in her own inimitable style and create a bit of chaos. Liberty made a decent scrap until Destiny stepped up the pressure and took the only pin required, following a big splash, after 13 minutes. I did think that by her own standards Destiny was relatively subdued on Sunday night, but when she cut a promo to camera after the match I understood why. She’s saving most of her venom for Amazon. The WAWW Ladies seldom disappoint, and this was a good match to lead into the main event tag match.

 

Local lad Canary Kid made his professional debut, ably assisted Sunday night by his tag partner Zebra Kid and given ringside encouragement by the Zodiac Kid. They faced two of the biggest and roughest heels in Europe, The Barbarian Karl Kramer and Rowdy Ricky Knight. As I had predicted earlier in the week this really was a ‘baptism of fire’ for the Canary Kid (CK). What could so easily have been a Big Daddy CrapTag match proved to be a hard hitting rough-house of a contest. The CK was given a pretty rough time by both opponents during the opening session but managed to tag in Zebra who evened the odds a bit and had some good exchanges with both Kramer and Knight. To his credit CK rallied a number of times when tagged back in and eventually took the opening fall over Knight, who promptly whinged that the Kid had pulled his trunks. Inevitably, during the second session CK was given more punishment as he was constantly hammered by both opponents, with Zebra helpless on the ring apron. The end for CK came after Kramer splashed him from off the top turnbuckle with such ferocity that I thought that they were going through the ring. With CK being helped back to the dressing room area by security, Zebra had to continue solo. However, with Zebra seemingly at a disadvantage, Kramer suddenly turned on his partner and levelled Knight with a vicious clothesline. Zebra naturally saw an advantage, leapt onto Knight and took the winning pin.

Karl Kramer yet again bragged that he had been paid handsomely to ensure that Ricky Knight lost again, and that his mysterious benefactor would soon be revealed. Kramer then left the hall leaving a bemused Ricky Knight alone in the ring.

A suitable all action and controversial finish to another first rate evening of WAW wrestling. The Canary Kid made a decent debut, although I would rather have seen him in a solo match so that he could showcase his wrestling ability. He can certainly take the knocks and bumps as dished out on Sunday night. It will be interesting to see which direction his wrestling career will head after a top-of-the-bill debut.

 

The questions that need answers :

Who is paying Kramer to disrupt matches that involve Ricky Knight ?

What has prompted Solomon to challenge Gorgan for no apparent reason?

Is Solomon up to the task of taming the Polish pulveriser?

Why is it Tommy Lee’s fault?

Will Tommy Lee be wearing brown trousers to the ring in future?

 

Lastly, a lovely quote from a lovely lady before her match started – “ I thought I was in a morgue” – Destiny.

 

Credit Caretaker WAWFF

 

 

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