UK Scene Weekly

UK Scene #228

Welcome to the interactive UK Scene with me, your ever lovable Saz and a continuingly quiet off season…

Welcome to the interactive UK Scene with me, your ever lovable Saz and a continuingly quiet off season.

If you see a wrestling show this month it may be while you are in a holiday camp, don’t forget to put your comments about it here.

What we do care about in all aspects of the UK Scene is your opinion, especially the paying punter, so if you have a say you are more than welcome to express it, whether it is a popular opinion or not.


WZW have announced their “Summer Sizzler” show on Saturday 19th August at the Residents Club in Whitley Bay, Newcastle.

Currently announced matches are:

  • Iain Robinson (c) vs. Micky L

  • Carbon (c) vs. ?

  • The Highland Bad Boys (Liam Thompson & Highlander) vs. Los Pervitos (Tim & Mojo)

  • Max Heat vs “Bad News” Anderson

  • Plus Jake Rockwell, Lance Thunder, Anthony McIntyre, Dale “Kid” Richie, Chris Whitton, and more!


HEW have announced “Tears Are Falling 2006“, held on Saturday 19th August at the Takeley Silver Jubilee Hall in Takeley, Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire.

Currently announced matches are:

  • Paul Malen vs. AngelBlade

  • Hysteria vs. TigerX vs. John Doe vs. Isaac Rain

  • Zak Zodiac vs. Ricky Knight

  • The UK Pitbulls vs. Stixx, Martin Stone & Dean Ayass

  • Charlie Rage vs. Sykes

Official forums @ Talk Wrestling Online


If you are interested in becoming a professional wrestling, we are here for you on the TWO Forums, with a comprehensive list of training schools throughout the UK and now with links to suppliers of wrestling gear too! See how good we are to you?

Click here to see the list!

And Finally…

I do sometimes wonder why it is impossible for some people to go to a wrestling show, sit, watch, participate, go home happy and perhaps record comments on a forum.

It seems that there are rumours flying about one thing, or someone said something about one wrestler or even people complaining about wrestlers gimmicking their posts.

It’s a hard enough job to get a suitable venue, suitable wrestlers and make some money to expand without fans trying to involve themselves in the politics of the wrestlers.

Simple as, don’t do it, it does more harm than good!

Take care.