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One Promotion, Two Shows, One Review EBW- Elite British Wrestling

September 7, 2018


We attended a whole weekend of wrestling shows hosted by EBW (Elite British Wrestling) and we have decided to write this review to share what happened with you. 


Their first show was at Montgomery Hall in Wath upon Derne on Friday the 31.08 18. The second one was a fundraising event for Beighton Magpies FC held at Beighton Welfare Recreation Ground on the 01.09.18.


Throughout the review, underlined names/ words, will take you to a webpage. All wrestlers are linked to their Twitter Page.

Friday: EBW Presents Brawl At The Hall 2018


A Friday night at our favourite EBW venue. It has a fully stocked bar and plenty of mixed seating either at ring level or tiered, giving a theatre experience. It is always held on a Friday night and just over an hour’s drive for us. We would highly recommend attending a show here.

Here is an overview of this events matches;


Match 1- A Fatal 4 Way

Dirtbag Dave Stewart Vs James Bacon Vs Tommy Idol Vs John Green w/ Bob The Earl Schoire

John Green came out last with his manager The Earl who got straight on the microphone much to the crowds dismay, his chatter even made James Bacon have a snooze in the corner. Once he shut up Tommy Idol suggested to Dirtbag Dave Stewart and Bacon that they should all team up against Green. But this didn’t happen and Green promptly started the match by punching Idol. Bacon and Dirtbag then began to team together and it all seemed great until Bacon turned on him and went for the pin. Idol attempted sneaky pins throughout the match and The Earl meddled in the match whenever the refs back was turned. It was a good opening match.



Match 2

The Monsters (Sam Kenny and Jason Jacobs) Vs The Express (Elliot Lucan & Jack Raydon)

The Monsters out powered the smaller Express throughout and used every underhanded tactic in the book. The less experienced but certainly a lot more agile Elliot and Jack used their speed and a range of great tags throughout.



Match 3- EBW Women's Championship

‘Queen of the Monsters’ and current champion Ivy w/ Alan Kay Vs Eliza Roux

Ivy came out with a bat in her month, with her fellow Monster member Alan Kay by her side. This was the first time we had seen Eliza and we were impressed. The women put on a great match that spilt all over the venue. Ivy is the Queen of the Monsters for a reason, she uses a mix of mind games and an aggressive attacking approach every time she laces up her boots and tonight was no exception. Eliza was quick and delivered more than one brutally placed back stab to Ivy. She was not intimated by Alan's presence and under handed involvement throughout the match. The whole building let out a massive cheer when Eliza had enough of Alan’s interfering and released a kick to his meat and two veg.



Match 4- Triple threat for the EBW Catch Championship

Radu Bulat (c) Vs Aidan Sparx Vs Alan Kay w/ Ivy.

All three men displayed an abundance of agility throughout the match. Alan Kay was still tender around the sprouts and carrot from his interference in Ivy and Eliza match, but managed to shake this off and put on a great match. As expected Ivy got involved to give Alan the upper hand but one Monster wasn’t enough and Sam ‘Killer’ Kelly came out from the back to stick his beak in to.



Match 5- Tag Match

Mikey Van Riot and Adam Bolt Vs Hayden Scallan and Rex Dangerous