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Fight Club: Pro - NO DQ - 8th February


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Fight Club: PRO returns to THE PLANET for its first instalment of 2013.

 

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Fight Club: PRO - CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH

 

MK McKINNAN vs "ROCKSTAR" SPUD

 

After recently winning TNA British Boot Camp, "The Rockstar" has been in the ear of management. His title match has been granted for NO DQ.

 

MK has had a ground breaking start to his tenure as Fight Club: PRO Champion..

 

He battled NJPW Jnr Heavyweight Champion - Prince Devitt to a 30 minute draw then defeated the challenging Trent Seven at Fight Club: PRO - THREE.

 

His next opponent was Adam Cole at PROJECT MAYHEM 2 as these two tore strips off each other all over the planet nightclub in what was one of the matches of the year.

 

Then McKinnan moved on to the final show of the year... where the returning Eddie Edwards upped the stakes and challenged MK in a breath taking ladder match. With one specific comment coming from the onlooking crowd of, "it was like watching a computer game!" Outstanding was McKinnan in defending once more his title.

 

So now its the departing Spud who stands in his way.

 

Will the champion continue his defiant streak?

Or will the Rockstar take the belt not only from McKinnan but from Fight Club: PRO itself?

 

BRITISH STRONGSTYLE REMATCH

 

"BASTARD" DAVE MASTIFF vs TRENT SEVEN

 

This match has been over one year in the making.

 

At RESOLUTION 2012 these two met one on one for the first time. The result was a time limit draw with Mastiff knocking Trent out cold as the timer struck zero.

 

This time....

NO TIME LIMIT...

NO DQ...

BRITISH STRONG STYLE

 

GRUDGE MATCH

 

CLINT MARGERA vs T-BONE

 

The call out was answered this past week and management have made it official.

These two will meet face to face, one on one at NO DQ.

 

Can the cage contain these two brawlers?

Has Margeras mind set changed after the INFINITY 2012 win?

 

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TAG TEAM CHALLENGE MATCH

 

THE HUNTERS vs HASKINS & GRESHAM

 

Lee and Jim Hunter have challenged all comers this past year at Fight Club: PRO and 2013 will be no different.

 

With his tag partner, Chris Brookes away on international duty in the states it will be Haskins that debuts and replaces Brookes as they team up against Tiptons finest.

 

TRAIN-FIGHT-WIN DOJO MATCH

 

DANIEL MOLONEY vs TYLER BATE

 

These two top prospects from the training camp of Fight Club: PRO will do battle as your opening match of the evening

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If Colt is doing FCP I'd hope for Colt vs Spud, as it was supposed to happen at Rev Pro and never did due to Colt getting injured. Sincet wont be happening at the next Rev Pro with Spid going against Marty FCP might as well give us the match as Spud might not be here much longer and that is a dream comedy match.

 

But i wouldn't be suprised if Colt isn't on this show but I think Gresh is back by then and maybe LDRS could do their long awaited rematch with the Hunters.

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Do Fight Club Pro still have any of the Indypendence Day DVDs on sale at their shows or was that a hideous lie? I've tried their site, email, Facebook and Twitter but nobody seems to want to tell me.

 

If they do, and anybody fancies picking me up a copy of both Eve of Indypendence and Indypendence Day at the next show (I'll chuck an extra couple of quid at you for the trouble), drop me a PM.

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Not sure if there are any Indypendance Day DVD's left anymore but they did have them at one point.

 

FCP normally runs very late so last train home can be a problem no matter where you live, I'd recommend getting a hotel to make sure you don't miss the end. One thing that a friend of mine did lately was get the last National Express Coach back to London and slept on that, so that might be worth checking out.

 

I know their late running hours can be a pain but I assure you they are worth the effort.

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Not sure if there are any Indypendance Day DVD's left anymore but they did have them at one point.

 

FCP normally runs very late so last train home can be a problem no matter where you live, I'd recommend getting a hotel to make sure you don't miss the end. One thing that a friend of mine did lately was get the last National Express Coach back to London and slept on that, so that might be worth checking out.

 

I know their late running hours can be a pain but I assure you they are worth the effort.

 

I only live about 40 minutes away and i stop over every time, Only

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What time do they usually finish? I might pop up to one of their shows to see what the fuss is about.

 

I ask because the "last train" talk surprises me, last train to London Euston being 10:45 and to Manchester Piccadilly being 11:35 for example from Wolvo station which isn't far from the Civic.

 

Do Fight Club tend to run past 10:30 PM then?

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