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NEWS 2nd Anniversary Show, May 25th, Peterlee, Co Durham


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The North East Wrestling Society are heading into their 2nd Anniversary Show at Peterlee Leisure Centre on Friday 25th May with two epic title matches already announced!

 

NEWS British Champion El Ligero has seen off challengers including

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Front row sold out before a poster is up! Pre sale in excess of 75 via facebook advertising alone at this point, hoping for another Peterlee sell out and have a faint hope that we can break our attendance record which was made at the first anniversary show

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from www.newrestling.co.uk

 

In a cruel twist of fate NEWS Tag Team Champion Max Heat has been ruled out of our 2nd Anniversary Show at Peterlee Leisure Centre on Friday 25th May. A recurrence of a knee injury has forced him onto the injury list with doctor
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3 days til this show, its looking like another sell out show, there are still tickets on sale but 2/3 of them are gone and we havent yet hit the last minute rush or the walk up numbers on the evening

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Tonight - sell out expected due to having 70% of capacity pre sold before the last day rush and walk up that we normally experience. We are filming the show and if all goes well we will look to release it on DVD.

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Brief report of the show from another full house at Peterlee Leisure Centre

 

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Full Pack (Iain Robinson & Micky Long) beat AJ Anderson in a handicap match to win the NEWS Tag Team Championship after the female photogrpaher at the show interfered and temporarily blinded AJ with some form of powder

 

Lowthian came out and told the fans tonight's main event would be a "loser leaves" match as he wanted Ligero gone from the company and was confident enough that he would go if he lost

 

The Dragon Ryders beat a not so cohesive team of Kirby & Kraze

 

Rampage Brown made a huge impact on his NEWS debut besting Doug Williams

 

"Showstealer" Nathan Cruz beat "Seconds Out" Tony Spitfire in a rematch from the last show in February

 

Double Impact (Micky Mann & Tyler McQuade ) made a successful debut shocking Dead Reckoning (John Britain & Jack Norton) in tag team action

 

El Ligero defeated number one contender Lowthian to retain the NEWS British Championship. Lowthian was dismissed by the happy crowd following his own stipulation issued earlier in the show

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