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On 1/21/2019 at 7:23 PM, KRS said:

Has anyone but bought tickets for the Bristol show? I can see standing or seated tickets but no option for a seating plan. I haven't been to a UK show in a decade, where would standing be?

Motion in Bristol is a music venue, looks like a warehouse on Google. I imagine it'll be a few rows around the ring and standing around that, like say Fight Club Pro in Wolverhampton 

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1 hour ago, gadge said:

Motion in Bristol is a music venue, looks like a warehouse on Google. I imagine it'll be a few rows around the ring and standing around that, like say Fight Club Pro in Wolverhampton 

Thanks for that. I have gone for a standing ticket so will give it a shot. Mainly going to see Ospreay and YUU

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If they get anything even resembling the FCP atmosphere in there it'll be a good time :)

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i went yesterday. 

Its a cool venue, gives off that underground feel. The lighting was horrendous though, it may come off pretty unique look on video but¬†It'll look like the venues empty though because everyone moved from the hardcam side because i think they were blinded by the spotlights lighting the ring¬†ūüėĄ

 

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On 1/16/2019 at 2:41 PM, air_raid said:

How come nobody bothers updating this thread? Sure by nice to know if any other matches to Ospreay vs Pac had been announced for High Stakes without having to go on Twitter.

I.e. I can't be arsed.

Zoe lucas vs Sammi Jayne is the only other match announced so far 

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1 hour ago, gadge said:

@KRS how did you find it?

Pretty decent show overall for me. I was physically disappointed when I heard Ospreay and Yuu weren't going to be performing, as they were the reasons I bought a ticket, but I think everyone's performances made up for it. The men's tag match, the Great O Kharn's bout and the main event were worth the ticket price.

 

 I was upstairs and stayed on the balcony for the whole show and liked the venue. Will probably try another show after High Stakes.

 

Did you go too?

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I did not, Bristol is a bit far from Sussex. 

 

Will be at the Cockpit this Sunday and High Stakes, doing results on my Twitter as usual @gadget80 

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Off to High Stakes today. There's been some card reorganisation, but Pac vs Ospreay is still on, along with the Aussie Open vs Brookes and Gresham rematch.

They tweeted that they "think" the next York Hall shows will be Friday May 10, the day before Lucha at the Roundhouse in Camden, and Friday August 30, the day before NJPW at the Copper Box. 

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Can anyone let me know what the shows at the Cockpit are like?

I went to the Bristol show and wonder how it would compare to that? Do they use the same talent?

 

I'm debating whether to go up for a road trip to the Northampton show (lured by the poster more than anything else) or try one of the March Cockpit shows instead. Thanks

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I go every month, they are usually a lot of fun.

ZSJ is on the first one, and both PAC and ZSJ are on the one on the 31st.

Same talent, you'll see Chris Brookes, Aussie Open every month and some shite (Kurtis).

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Thanks for the quick reply!

 

I think I'll give them a shot then. Is it easy enough finding a seat or should I get there early?

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Some people line up an hour before but you don't really need to, it's tiered so every seat has a great view and the place is tiny (I reckon 200 capacity?)

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32 minutes ago, Tuna Taco said:

Some people line up an hour before but you don't really need to, it's tiered so every seat has a great view and the place is tiny (I reckon 200 capacity?)

Cheers for that. I've just ordered a ticket for the March 3rd show. 

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Rev pro need Big Joe, Damon Leigh and Thomas Wolfe. Having watching their stuff on Futureshock, they've all re invented themselves and deserve recognition

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