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‘BAD BOY’ JED MASTERS v DOM TRAVIS
Bolton star Dom Travis comes to the IWF and challenges it’s top star ‘Bad Boy’ Jed Masters, the match will be for the IWF Championship.
Travis is considered to be one of the top stars in the Northwest, dominating foes in many different companies, and comes into the match with quite a bit of knowledge about Masters.
It is a little known fact that, when in summer 2006, Jed travelled to Canada to train with Lance Storm, one of the other wrestlers in the class was one Dom Travis. Travis kept a close eye on the IWF champs strength’s and weaknesses and, once he heard that ‘Bad Boy’ was now IWF Champion, let word out that he would be travelling east to challenge him.
Does he know something about the champ that we don’t? What is it that makes him so confident of becoming IWF Champion, on 12th May, we find out!
IWF RING OF FAITH CHAMPIONSHIP
JORDAN WRIGHT v ‘DANGEROUS’ DAMON LEIGH
After the recent attack by his best friend Lee Kyle, Jordan could be forgiven for having his mind on other things, yet, should this be the case in this match, we will almost certainly find ourselves with a new Ring of Faith Champion.
Having recently defended his title against North East’s Finest’s members Kid Richie and Anthony McIntyre, Jordan has certainly proven himself a worthy Champion against the cream of Northeast talent. However, Leigh, with his vast experience throughout the UK and Europe is Wright’s most widely experienced opponent yet.
Certainly, Jordan will have to have his mind focused firmly on this match if he is to face Kyle on the 25th May as IWF Ring of Faith Champion.
IWF TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP
TEAM WITH NO NAME v PAIN INC.
By virtue of their success throughout the UK, Pain Inc (Joey Hayes & Ruffneck) make their IWF debuts and immediately challenge for the IWF Tag Team Championship.
However, despite the reputations of the challengers, the IWF Tag Team Champions (‘Twisted Messiah’ Adam Christ & Flower Child) will be confident of victory, or, as is often their style, will look for an opportunity to keep their belts by disqualification.
IWF fans are sure to wholeheartedly embrace Pain Inc, desperate as they are to see the hated Team With No Name lose the titles.
LEE KYLE v ‘JUNIOR DRAGON’ LEWIS BEARDSLEY
With his shocking attack on Jordan Wright, Kyle raised the ire of IWF fans, and warms up for his inevitable showdown with Wright with a match against IWF Junior Academy Champion Lewis Beardsley.
The ‘Junior Dragon’ has been attempting to test himself against more experienced opponents recently, and although he has suffered defeats against Martin Kirby and Adam Christ he has managed to come surprisingly close to victory on each occasion.
With the veteran Kyle not in the best of moods, Dragon may have chosen the wrong time to challenge him, nevertheless, if he has learned from his recent defeats, he may be able to spring a shock result.
‘BIG MO’ BILLY MORRISON & LEXX v ‘J-BIRD’ JOEY WRIGHT & A MYSTERY PARTNER
Having blamed his Wright Stuff 2000 cohorts Lexx and Morrison for his recent defeat to Lee Kyle, ‘The J-Bird’ was shocked when the pair refused to put up with the abuse and he was met with a slap from Lexx.
Wright then challenged the pair to a match at West Denton, but refused to reveal the identity of his partner, saying only that he would scour the country to find a woman to take Lexx out. The outcome of this match could depend on Morrison’s mental state, he is said to be distraught about the falling out with Joey, who as well as being his best friend, is also his flat-mate.
NEW AGE ASBOS v BIG GARY’S FIRM (w/Big Gary)
These two met last week, with the ASBOS (‘CHARVA MC’ PAULY C & ‘RANK OUTSIDER’ ROBBIE RYDER) picking up the victory against the team of RICKY ‘VAN’ JAN and BAD BAD LEROY BROWN.
However, after the bell, with Jan beaten, Brown destroyed Ryder and Pauly and the Firm’s manager Big Gary challenged them to a rematch.
With that rematch accepted it was revealed that the winners of that match would be the number one contenders to the IWF Tag Team Championship.