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IPW:UK: Martin Stone To Defend Title Against Leory Kincaide


Stone To Take On The Elected Challenger – Leroy Kincaide!

» With no true #1 contender crowned, three men were in the running to face Martin Stone on March 19th – former #1 contender Andy Boy Simmonz, winner of a contendership triple threat last month, James Tighe, or one of the most explosive challengers IPW:UK has ever seen, Leroy Kincaide.

After much discussion, the opportunity has been handed to Kincaide. The two men traded offence briefly in the November 2005 show, Brawl at the Hall, Kincaide’s debut. Since then, Stone has beaten Jody Fleisch and Andy Boy Simmonz in singles competition, while Kincaide ran through Dave Moralez in 8 minutes, before suffering a severe groin injury – ruling him out of action for the whole of February, and early part of March.

Truth be told, Kincaide, even though he’s in peak physical condition, should’ve been out for much longer. But through tireless training, and a dedication to returning in time for this show, he’s proven that he is indeed title challenge material. In the unlikely event that Kincaide’s groin injury flares up between now and March 19th, a special guest title challenger has been lined up to step in if needed.

Will Kincaide steam through Stone and take the title at IPW:UK’s biggest ever show, or will Stone add another impressive name to the list of casualties that have been downed by the London Bridge?

The Kartel vs. Dragon Hearts – Take Two!

» After turning down the opportunity to wrestle against Spud and Dragon Phoenix (collectively known as the Dragon Hearts) on Feb 18th, The Kartel are now back with their tail between their legs, still falling at the last hurdle having been unsuccessful in capturing the Scottish tag titles that evening.

Their scheduled opponents for that evening in Orpington would have been the new pairing of the Dragon Hearts. As luck would have it, Kartel’s declining a booking let in the team of Maximum Head, but in a back and forth battle, it was indeed the team of the Dragon Hearts who came out on top.

Now looking to take out another top scalp in the tag division on route to a sure-fire tag title shot, Spud and Phoenix look to prove that their win in February wasn’t a fluke. Meanwhile, The Kartel will look to prove that they don’t have “big match syndrome”, freezing on the bigger occasion. Which one team will out?

In Other News:

— Brawl at the Hall 2005 should be released next Sunday, March 19th, at Unfinished Business for general purchase. The cost will be £10.00 and features the full 8-match card.

— The final update for March 19th comes later in the week. Meanwhile, look out for updates on April 30th’s show, as well as first details on May 28th and June 25th, all from the Orpington Halls.

Therefore the current card for Unfinished Business on Sunday March 19th 2006 stands as:

IPW:UK Title Match
Martin Stone (c) vs. Leroy Kincaide

Six Man Tag Action
Vampiro & AK47 vs. ‘New Superstar’ Stevie Douglas & IPW:UK Tag Team Champions The Untouchables

Suicidal Four-Way Mayhem – IPW:UK Meets IWA:Mid South
Ashley Reed (w/ Donna) vs. Matt Sydal vs. Paul Robinson vs. Delirious

For The First Time Ever In IPW:UK
‘The Wonderkid’ Jonny Storm vs. ‘The Phoenix’ Jody Fleisch

Versus ‘The Old Gang’
Battalion vs. The Chav Army

Tag Team Rankings Match
The Kartel (Terry Frazier & Sha Samuels) vs. Dragon Hearts (Spud & Dragon Phoenix)

PLUS action from Max Voltage, JC Thunder, and more!

— IPW:UK presents “Unfinished Business”, Sunday March 19th 2006 at Orpington Halls, Orpington High Street, Orpington, Kent, England. Tickets £12 general admission (£6 children) and £20 ringside. Family ticket available for £30. Birthdays and Group Bookings now catered for specifically. For more information about IPW:UK, click here: or e-mail Daniel Edler:

— IPW:UK presents “The April Show”, Sunday April 30th 2006 at Orpington Halls, Orpington High Street, Orpington, Kent, England. Doors 6:00pm, show starts 6.30pm. Tickets £12 general admission (£6 children). Family ticket available for £30. Ringside £20 all ages. For more information about IPW:UK, click here: or e-mail Daniel Edler: