WAW V FWA: THE WAR CONTINUES
It’s taken almost two years, but finally, the clash between the World Association of Wrestling and the Frontier Wrestling Alliance has stepped up to the next level.
On Saturday, May 28th, at the Littledown Centre in Bournemouth, teams representing WAW and the FWA will clash in the first British Inter-Federation Cup tournament. Sweet Saraya will be leading her WAW team against Greg “The Truth” Lambert’s FWA army.
So far, only one team member has been confirmed. Despite rumours that he was going to compete for Team FWA, the Zebra Kid has confirmed that he will turn out for his home promotion.
The format for the tournament will be as follows – there will be four singles matches each, fought over a fifteen-minute time limit, with the winner scoring two points for the win. Should a bout end in a draw, both men will score a point each. There will then be an eight-man elimination tag match, with the survivors of each team scoring two points.
WAW Commissioner Steven Howard-Platt also announced that on the same show, current British Heavyweight Champion Ashe will be defending his title against one of Britain’s top stars. The Commissioner has told me that the negotiations with this star’s agents are nearing a conclusion, and we should have an update for you within the next week or so.
Tickets for the show, priced at £10 adult, £7 children, and £28 for a family (two adults, two children), can be reserved by calling WAW on 01603 474693, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
It has just been announced that the World Association of Women’s Wrestling will be a part of a big show in France on May 13th. Both Sweet Saraya and Erin Angel will be representing WAWW that night, and negotiations are taking place for more of WAWW’s roster to travel to France for the show as well. Keep an eye on the WAW website and forums for any upcoming information.
On a similar note, WAWW will also be a part of the DAM Promotions show in Holt, Norfolk, on May 20th. Other stars from WAW will also be a part of the show. Log onto UKPitbulls.co.uk.
The WAW-CC has also announced that a WAWW Superbrawl match will also be held at the next show at The Talk in Norwich on July 2nd, as Sweet Saraya defends the trophy she won in the first-ever Women’s Royal Rumble match last year.
TRAINING SCHOOLS UPDATE
WAW has two training schools coming up for the month of June.
The next WAW Training School will be held in Norwich on June 4th and 5th. The school will be run by Sweet Saraya and Jason Cross, with guest trainers including Ricky Knight. These schools are proving to be extremely popular, so it is advisable to book early.
On June 25th and 26th, Saraya will be joined by sixteen year veteran Nikki Best for a women’s training seminar. This is the first women’s training seminar that WAW has held, and hopefully, should it prove successful, future seminars will be added.
For information on either dates, call WAW on 01603 474693 or email email@example.com.
New sections have been added to the Knight Dynasty and Sweet Saraya websites. You can now find information on upcoming appearances and recent results, so you can keep a track of what your favourite wrestlers have been doing while working for other promotions. You can find out more information by logging onto KnightDynasty.com and SweetSaraya.com.
WAW will be returning to The Talk in Norwich on Saturday, July 2nd. However, at the moment, the show doesn’t have a name!
This is where you come in – WAW is holding a competition where you, the fans, can choose the name for the show. Keep in mind that the show is being held in the height of summer, so a summery name for the show would be great.
Entering the competition is simple. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, with WAW JULY SHOW COMPETITION in the subject box, with your name and address, and with your answer.
The prize for this competition is a family ticket for the show you have named.
All entries must be in by Tuesday, May 31st.
PS – No entries saying Summerslam please. I believe that name has already been taken!
That’s about it for this week. Keep an eye on the WAW website and forums at WAWrestling.co.uk for news on just who will challenge Ashe for the British Heavyweight title in Bournemouth on May 28th. We’ll be back next week with all the latest news.