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4FW: Kingdom Rising II (10th Anniversary Event) Saturday 24th May


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4FW return to Stratton Leisure Centre in Swindon to celebrate our huge 10th year anniversary, with many stars from all over the World set to appear on this event, 4FW have had a complete makeover, the product has and will continue to be totally re-branded in preperation of this huge milestone.

 

Tickets for this event are on sale now! please visit our brand new website at WWW.4FW-ONLINE.COM to purchase your tickets

 

 

: Official Event Poster :

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: Announced Stars :

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'English Lion'

Eddie Ryan

On Saturday 14th June, the Three Lions of England will begin their quest to end years of hurt; heading into battle against a host of former champions, with their sport

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Unfortunately not I moved the date of that tournament because there is so much going on in March it would potentially have got lost in the shuffle, even though it would have featured the very best Junior Heavyweights from around the World, haven't decided when to move it to as of yet, Aerostar will be exclusive to this event in May as will a couple of the other talents we are bringing over

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4FW return to Stratton Leisure Centre in Swindon to celebrate our huge 10th year anniversary, with many stars from all over the World set to appear on this event, 4FW have had a complete makeover, the product has and will continue to be totally re-branded in preperation of this huge milestone.

 

Tickets for this event are on sale now! please visit our brand new website at WWW.4FW-ONLINE.COM to purchase your tickets

 

 

: Official Event Poster :

Coming Soon

 

 

: Announced Stars :

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'Big Dad'

Dave Mastiff

Writeup Coming Soon

 

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AeroStar

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'The Juice'

Juventud Guerrera

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Saturday 24th May 2014 : Swindon

 

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: New Years Wrestleution 2014 :

Saturday 24th May 2014

 

Stratton Leisure Centre, Grange Drive, Stratton St. Margaret, SN3 4JY

 

Doors Open: 6:00pm

Event Starts: 7:00pm

 

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Are there still plans for another MPro event with Sasuke and Funaki? Had a blast at the last MPro events and looking forward to re-watching when the DVDs are ready. Speaking of which is Night 2 getting a release, or is it just night 1?

 

Anniversary show is looking great thus far!

 

 

Will all depend on MPro schedule, as they are a touring company it means they are running events all the time, it's also making sure all/most of the talent needed are available on the potential dates, plus I want to make sure it is allot less stressful than last time, injuries were such a problem last time, the stress of it all almost affected my health, injuries, venue issues, most important figure in MPro history no longer able to make the shows, shuffling the cards constantly, issues with hotels, airport runs, visas etc etc, long old process when things don't want to go your way, ha, so hopefully everything will work out for the next one.

 

The night 1 DVD is almost complete and will be sent out shortly, Night 2 we are considering putting out for free, the Tag Team main event was absolutely fantastic, Jason Larusso | Hayato vs. Kenou | Tiger Ali was my choice of match of the weekend by quite some distance.

 

Hopefully people agree that it will be great to see Kenou come back to the UK, phenomenal talent.

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Are there still plans for another MPro event with Sasuke and Funaki? Had a blast at the last MPro events and looking forward to re-watching when the DVDs are ready. Speaking of which is Night 2 getting a release, or is it just night 1?

 

Anniversary show is looking great thus far!

 

 

Will all depend on MPro schedule, as they are a touring company it means they are running events all the time, it's also making sure all/most of the talent needed are available on the potential dates, plus I want to make sure it is allot less stressful than last time, injuries were such a problem last time, the stress of it all almost affected my health, injuries, venue issues, most important figure in MPro history no longer able to make the shows, shuffling the cards constantly, issues with hotels, airport runs, visas etc etc, long old process when things don't want to go your way, ha, so hopefully everything will work out for the next one.

 

The night 1 DVD is almost complete and will be sent out shortly, Night 2 we are considering putting out for free, the Tag Team main event was absolutely fantastic, Jason Larusso | Hayato vs. Kenou | Tiger Ali was my choice of match of the weekend by quite some distance.

 

Hopefully people agree that it will be great to see Kenou come back to the UK, phenomenal talent.

 

Agreed, i really enjoyed the main event and will be good to watch it back again. So i would be all for a release of some kind, be it physical or digital. Kenou was fantastic, that finisher was brutal! Hopefully things can be wroked out for another MPro show as both nights were well worth the travel down from York. Full credit to the roster also for being class acts, they all seemed happy to be meeting the fans and seemed to enjoy being in the UK. The surprise appearance of Togo may have been one of my highlights of the year.

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originally had Togo flying in a few days after the show for a 5 day training camp, as soon as Sasuke couldn't make it had to try and make it up to paying customers some how and thought it would be a nice little touch, was great to hear the fans chanting his name and showing apreciation, super nice guy.

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Next star announced...

 

 

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'Arabian Knight'

Tiger Ali

At a mere 20 years of age, Tiger Ali should be considered one of the stars to lead British wrestling into the next decade, an athlete truly at the forefront of a thriving nationwide resurgence. However, the fiendish Iranian superman has adopted an altogether darker agenda; that being to decimate his competition in the junior heavyweight ranks, to the point he is the only star remaining; in 4-Front Wrestling and beyond.

 

Making his 4FW debut in 2009 against trainer David Sharp, 2014 marks the Tiger's fifth year as an active in-ring competitor, with the anger-fuelled Ali using each passing month to build on his inherent streak of relentless ruthlessness within the squared circle.

 

This vicious competitor, known to some as 'The Sheik', has certainly made the most of his years between the ropes to date, enjoying three tours of Japan, while training extensively at the famous Kaientai Dojo under TAKA Michinokui and at the Michinoku Pro Dojo.

 

Unfortunately, it appears the knowledge gained has been used for more evil than good, with Ali pledging allegiance to The Hierarchy back in the UK, and adopting leader Gilligan Gordon's cause of dominating 4FW from the inside, across the divisions. As 4FW Junior Heavyweight Champion, Ali had begun to establish a reputation; tangling with New Japan star Prince Devitt, having already entered a career performance in defeat to Kaientai member Dick Togo in Togo's British retirement match.

 

However, his upset Championship loss to 'Dynamite' Pete Dunne drove the Sheik to the edge and ultimately back across the seas, in pursuit of vindication and victims. In September 2013, Ali linked arms with Ultimo Dragon prodigy Taro Nohashi to capture Michinoku Pro Wrestling's Tohoku Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship.

 

Returning to the UK with glistening gold en tow, Ali then joined forces with ASURA allies Nohashi and Kenou to maintain an unbeaten record on October's Michinoku Pro mini-tour of England. Having competed for wXw at the infamous Turbinenhalle in Oberhausen, Germany, and teamed with legendary figures Jinsei Shinzaki and The Great Sasuke, Ali international career appears to be blossoming. However, his anger remains strong for the fans of the UK, who Ali says fail to recognise his abilities and achievements on the world stage.

 

Some have speculated Ali's disgruntled attitude has stemmed from his failure to win a number of key matches on British soil. As an example, though the Sheik came within a whisker of pinning Shelton Benjamin within the opening seconds of their encounter at the first Kingdom Rising, the former WWE Intercontinental and United States Champion ultimately came through victorious.

 

However, in December 2013 the tide seemed to turn significantly, as Ali registered his biggest singles win to date, a pinfall victory over long-established Mexican favourite El Ligero. Having shaken the monkey well and truly off his back, the sky is now the limit for the hugely talented yet enigmatic Tehran native. Only time will tell however whether Ali uses his incredible skill set to climb to the top of the 4FW mountain; or to tear the mountain down.

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